Air-to-water heat pumps draw energy from the ambient air even when the outdoor temperature drops to -15°C or even to -20°C. The energy gained at a low temperature is then “pumped“ to a higher temperature and transferred into heating water. Electric energy is consumed just to run a compressor and fan of the heat pump. This makes about one third of the energy supplied by the heat pump, the rest is drawn from the ambient air. Reliability and excellent parameters of CTC heat pumps are proved by many thousands annual installations in the harsh Scandinavian climate.   

Advantages of air-to-water heat pumps

  • + Low purchase costs
  • + Easy installation
  • + No groundwork

Drawbacks of air-to-water heat pumps

  • - Inconsiderate placement might cause noise disturbance
  • - Power output sinks at extremely low temperatures

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