The efficiency of the heat pumps is determined by the ratio of the electricity input to the transferred heat to the conditioned environment. Typically, this ratio is greater than 1, which is explained by the fact that heat is not “produced” but only transferred (pumped) from one medium to another. The “pumping” of heat energy is the easier when is smaller the temperature difference in the two media (respectively in the two heat exchangers bordering the environments). In other words, the efficiency is directly dependent on the temperature difference.
Many industrial processes associated with cooling or heating can be made energy efficient by using heat pumps. For the specific case, we will offer the most effective solution. Please contact us to offer you an energy efficient solution with a heat pump in combination with a renewable energy source.