Air source heat pumps are an energy-efficient and economical way of heating your spa. While we have already seen the benefits of air source heat pumps for heating homes, commercial spaces or swimming pools, the use of these for spas is equally beneficial too.
Heat pumps make use of significantly less energy when compared to natural gas. Although the time taken to heat the water might be the same as their electric or gas powered counterparts, the process is much more efficient and economical.
How does a heat pump work?
Heat pumps heat up the water by extracting natural heat from the outside air. The heat pump fan draws in the air and directs it over the evaporator coil which contains an advanced liquid refrigerant. The air turns into a gas which is then compressed to increase the heat. This hot gas passes through the heat exchanger which transfers the heat from the hot gas to water and heats it up.
Our Viessmann heat pumps
are industry leading and hold a further advantage. Viessmann pumps also feature active natural cooling functions as well which means they can also cool the water if required during the summer.
Here are some of the benefits of our heat pumps:
- Savings on hot tub heating or spa heating bills
- Can heat up to temperature within 2 hours - great for a quick turn around.
- Can heat inside and outside hot tubs and spa’s
- Works all year round and down to -15 degrees external temperature
- Self-regulating and timer controlled
Get in touch with us to know more about this technology and how it can be beneficial for you.
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