Heat pumps use energy from the air, water or ground and therefore achieve targeted cost savings.
Which types of heat pumps are available?
How the heat pump works
The principle of how a heat pump works is always the same, regardless of which energy source it uses:
A liquid coolant circulates in the heat pump circuit.
The coolant is heated by the heat from the surroundings and evaporates at a low temperature.
A powered compressor condenses the now gaseous coolant, which heats it even more.
In a condenser, it is then liquefied again and thus delivers the released heat to the heating system.
Heat pumps can also be used to power ceiling cooling. To do this, the principle of how they work is simply reversed.