heat pump work

How does the air source heat pump work?

It successfully uses the inverse carnot principle to drive the heat pump with
electric energy,and through the components in the heat pump device,the evaporator, the compressor,the condenser and the expansion valve,the refrigerant is continuously evaporated (absorbing heat in the environment).The heat is circulated and condensed, and the heat of the air is transferred to the domestic water.

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Why do people choose air to water heat pumps?
From a global perspective, air source heat pumps are becoming more and more popular as a new product. Why are people willing to choose air source heat pumps?  There are below reasons:
1. It is a safe heating product.
The principle of the air source heat pump is to transfer the energy in the air to water and flow it, then the output hot water can be used on the situation that needs heating.

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how to save energy when produce the hot water

In order to get there hot water. People create some traditional hot water heater. Such as gas water heater. Electrical water heater. These products produces hot water conveniently. But indeed it is not so efficiency. That means it consume too much power energy.

Traditional hot water heater consume much power, What's worse is that these products create more CO2 emissions causing global temperature rise.

Under this situation, Air source heat pump water heater is designed. It takes Carnot cycle to transfer the heat energy from air to hot water. It absorb the heat from the outside air, Then it releases heat to the water in room side. By keeping circulation, Room inside water will be hotter and hotter. The advantage of this kind of hot water producing is: You will get the hot water with less power energy. Comparing with the traditional electric hot water, You're safe about 70%, Comparing with the gas, water heater. You will save about 45%.

All in one heat pump water heater is one of exact product . It is composed of two parts. Top part : Absorb the heat from air, Bottom part : release the heat into hot water.