HEAT PUMP APPLICATIONS
Heat pumps can provide an energy-efficient method of heating buildings while also playing a key role in mitigating climate change.
An air-source heat pump is generally better and more economical than ground- or water-source solutions. Air is a freely available medium of energy, allowing for greater flexibility, while also removing the need for bureaucratic approval processes.
Because they extract heat from the surrounding air, the performance of heat pumps is particularly good in urban areas, where heat is dissipated by residential and commercial buildings, and by industry. If a heat pump is operated using renewable energy, large amounts of CO2 emissions can be saved.
We can help you to plan medium-scale applications such as commercial plants or neighbourhood flats, and also offer an effective solution for large-scale district heating projects.
Air-to-water heat pumps can be installed almost anywhere, depending on the system and heat exchanger design. In temperate regions, a heat pump can heat water year-round, with a considerable energy saving, and also generate cool air in summer and heating in winter.
In colder regions, the use of heat pumps is already widespread: in Europe, for example, the Nordic countries lead the way in terms of the number of heat pumps installed in all sectors, from small households to large industrial plants. In cold weather conditions, heat pumps need to work harder, which means engineering solutions such as Güntner’s, which are designed to cope with harsh environments, come into their own.
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