How Does Heat Pump Work in Cold Water


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Do you want to know how a heat pump in cold weather works? Normally, heat pumps for cold weather- Arctic Heat Pump is designed with modern technologies and works using the refrigeration cycle. As one of the best quality heat pump water heater- the Arctic Heat Pump is designed to work in below freezing temperatures. You can use our cold climate heat pump for hot water solutions that will prove to be cost-effective. To know more about the best quality heat pump for cold climate, please browse through this url:!


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2 How Does Heat Pump Work in Cold Water For most homeowners around the United States cold climate air source heat pumps ASHPs can be affordable option for improving home comfort. They deliver energy and cost savings that make their homes more affordable to live in. A heat pump for hot water can be installed in different types of housing around a great range of climates.

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3 Arctic cold climate heat pump for heat water is specifically designed to work in temperatures that goes below freezing point as low as -25C -15F. Few people realize that the air going below freezing point has nearly the same amount of relative energy as it does so by going above freezing. Though the cold air contains energy a cold climate heat pump can work well for hot water. Only in the space where the temperature is absolute zero -273 C is no energy left in the air. Cold air has energy.

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Warm air always moves to cold. ◎ This is the next principle used in a heat pump. However warm air has energy and more molecule collision as compared to cold air and will migrate naturally to cold air until establishing an equilibrium condition. So an Arctic heat pump for hot water uses a colder liquid like Freon that doesn’t freeze until -50 C. It can make the -25C air water for energy transfer to colder Freon inside the heat pump. 4

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Different substances come with different boiling points and it can be changed by adding or removing pressure. Water boils at 100 C at 14.69 PSI Sea Level. However you can reduce the pressure it boils sooner. On Mount Everest water boils at around 71 C with a pressure of 4.89 PSI. This is because of less pressure. Pressure allows you know the boiling point. 5

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The refrigeration cycle uses Freon that transitions from a liquid to a gas at a much lower or colder temperature as compared to water. When you adjust the pressure of Freon you can manipulate during its phase change. However the Arctic heat pump for hot water uses a refrigerant known as R410a suitable alternative to storing energy during cold climate conditions. The refrigerant temperature can boil at low as -50C by minimizing the pressure inside the heat pump. 6

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7 The basics of refrigeration cycle work in the heat pump system. If you understand the basic principles you can get a better understanding of how a heat pump works even in – 15 F or -25 C. A heat pump is a mean of transferring energy from a source to another. This same principle is used in a geothermal heating system which pulls the warmer energy out of the ground and delivers it to house through a series of heat exchange processes.

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Bottom Line – When it comes to buying a heat pump for hot water it’s better to choose no other than Arctic Heat Pumps. Our Arctic series heat pumps are highly efficient and performance oriented alternative to heating water. For more information cold climate heat pumps please visit our website at 8

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