How Heat Pumps / Air Conditioning
Systems Work

How do Heat Pumps & Air Conditioning systems work?

Heat Pumps simply transfer free heat (not air) from one place to another, just like your refrigerator does.

The heat that rises from the back of your fridge is coming from inside. An evaporator coil extracts warmth from the air inside, and transfers it out into your kitchen through the condenser coil in the back.

Heat Pumps work in the same way. Two coils, one inside your home, and one outside are linked to draw warmth from the outside air (even on a cold Kiwi winter’s night) and transfer it into your home trough the Heat Pump.

That’s a major advantage over electric or gas heaters, as Heat Pumps have no heating elements to burn energy.

Air Conditioning
Then, at the click of a switch your Heat Pump can run in reverse, acting as an Air Conditioning system to pump heat out of your home, reducing humidity and keeping it fresh and cool in summer.

Click here to contact Supreme Air Tauranga, your local experts in Heat Pumps and Air Conditioning systems. 

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