How do heat pumps works?

A heat pump works by extracting energy from one place – the air, ground or water and transfers it to your business in an effective, sustainable way.

Air is blown across an evaporator, where heat energy from the air is absorbed by a sealed refrigerant circuit

The heat energy absorbed increases the refrigerant temperature and the refrigerant evaporates from a liquid to a gas, storing the captured energy

The refrigerant gas passes through a compressor where it is pressurised, increasing its temperature even more

The refrigerant gas passes into a condenser where the refrigerant cools and condenses back into a liquid, releasing the heat energy

The released heat is transferred into the building’s heating and hot water circuit

The refrigerant passes back through an expansion valve to begin the whole process again

There are a few different types of heat pump. But they all have one thing in common: they’re powered mainly by renewable energy, making them one of the most economical and eco-friendly heating solutions available today.

Advantages of renewal heat pumps

Help to achieve renewable energy targets

Provide high levels of efficiency, cutting running costs as well as co2 emissions

Are easy to design, reducing installation times and minimising disruption

Offer cost effective renewable heating, suitable for retro-fit or new build

Are fully scalable and able to work independently or in conjunction with other systems

Provide sanitary hot water

Thanks to Aircon for the great work. The air conditioning units are brilliant and will make our hall a much more pleasant place to be in!

Find out more

If you are interested in finding out more about our heat pump systems and would like more information, please get in touch with the Aircon Scotland team by completing the form below. We will then be in touch as soon as possible to provide a free one-to-one consultation.