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As the world moves towards a low-carbon future, heat pumps are likely to play an increasingly important role as they are the only green alternative for home water and space heating. Heat pumps will be a crucial part of the energy transition plan for tomorrow’s decarbonisation. They are becoming more and more popular as a means of water heating, as they offer many benefits over traditional fossil fuel-based systems, and with very low emissions.

Find the best eco-friendly solutions for Air to water heat pumps at Area Cooling Solutions

At Area Cooling Solutions we are aware that eco-friendly technologies are the key to a more sustainable future. We are proud to be a part of this movement by providing reliable and high-performing heat pumps that can keep environmental impact and operating costs low.

There are several different types of heat pumps available on the market, each with its own advantages and disadvantages. Air-to-water heat pumps are conceivably the most common type and can be used in both new builds and existing properties. They use the same principles as refrigerators and air conditioners, which transfer heat from one place to another rather than generate it themselves. This means that less energy is required to operate a heat pump, making it environmentally friendlier and cheaper to run in the long term.

Heat pumps must be able to perform under all kinds of ambient conditions, especially during winter when the temperature goes below zero degrees. Air-to-water heat pumps work very well in winter, even in cold climates. As a matter of fact, they become the best water heating option no matter the country or climate.

Area Cooling Solutions offer dedicated Inverter compressors with natural and low global warming potential (GWP) refrigerants. The Inverter technology is the latest evolution in the domain and has increased efficiency significantly. We also use natural refrigerants like CO2 and R290 for residential water heating systems.


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