What is a heat pump?
A domestic hot water heat pump is a very efficient water heating device. It uses a small amount of electricity to produce up to four times more heat energy. So by connecting an ITS heat pump to your existing hot water cylinder you can divide your hot water electrical consumption by up to four. Unlike a solar geyser, a heat pump is not directly dependent on the sun and therefore it can operate day and night, winter and summers, ensuring the highest possible saving and piping hot water 24/7
Commercial Heat Pump
How long does a Heat Pump take to heat water?
The heat pump size is normally selected so that it will heat the water slightly faster than what and electrical element will do
Does a Heat Pump need maintenance?
Our heat pumps range requires virtually no maintenance of the system except for making sure the evaporator is clean from dirt and leaves. We do however recommend that the system be checked annually to ensure that you are getting the best possible efficiency out of the system
Domestic Heat Pump
Industrial heating applications are endless. Anywhere where heat is being generated using either wood, coal, gas or electricity the installation of a heat pump will result in a drastic saving. On existing electrical boilers a heat pump will not only drastically reduce the power consumption but also drastical- ly reduce the peak demand saving you even more and freeing up valuable power capacity.
Typical applications for our heat pumps:
• Pasteurisation and sterilisation • Preheating boiler feed
• Heating of production halls
• Solar cooling