Ground-source heat pump technology is a low-temperature […]
Ground-source heat pump technology is a low-temperature low-level thermal energy formed by utilizing the solar energy and geothermal energy absorbed by the shallow surface water source soil. The heat pump principle is used to realize the transfer of low-level heat energy to high-level heat energy through a small amount of electric energy output. In theory, up to 4.9 kW of heat can be supplied with 1 kW of electricity.
When heating is required in winter, the ground source heat pump system collects heat from the earth through the closed pipeline buried in the ground, and then the heat is brought to the room by the circulating water in the loop. The compressor and heat exchanger driven by the ground source heat pump system installed in the room concentrate the energy of the earth and release it to the room at a higher temperature.
In the summer when cooling is required, the running procedure is reversed. The ground source heat pump system discharges excess heat from the room into the loop and absorbs it for the earth, so that the house is cooled.
The ground source heat pump air conditioning system exchanges heat with the soil, and the soil temperature is relatively constant throughout the year. Therefore, the cooling and heating effect is not affected by the external environment, and the heating does not need to be defrosted, and the outdoor unit will not blow cold air when the winter is cold. It is currently the most popular, energy-efficient and most advanced air-conditioning system.
A multi-purpose machine, air conditioning heating hot water to meet the needs.
The ground source heat pump system supports multiple modes of central air conditioning + floor heating + concentrated hot water. While solving the summer cooling and winter heating, it can also provide the owner with hot water for the whole year of the year, especially in the summer cooling season. The domestic hot water can be obtained free of charge without using energy, saving operating costs.