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Tongyi Air Energy tells you how to choose the heat pump water heater suitable for your home

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Update time : 2021-07-14 17:48:55
With the development of society and economy, the country and people are more and more aware of the importance of replacing traditional coal power with new energy, which means that air sources will become the most important energy source for replacing coal power.
 
Air source heat pumps have entered the global market and have made great contributions to the greening of our homes on the earth and the natural environment on which mankind depends. Therefore, It has received strong support from the state and government.

However, there are so many types of air source heat pumps that people are confused when choosing. They don't know which one is suitable for their homes. So today, Tongyi Air Source will give you the following suggestions for your reference.


Comparing air source heat pumps
When trying to choose the best air source heat pump for your home, there are several key features to consider apart from the price.
Types of heat pump
There are two types to choose from: air to water or water to water. Air to water heat pumps are the most popular, as water to water only provides water heating and not hot/cooling conditioner production.
There is also a difference between monobloc or split heat pumps which refers to how the system is set up in your home. A monobloc has all of its components (apart from the hot water cylinder in your home) in one compact unit outside the home. A split heat pump includes an outdoor with the heat exchanger and refrigerant as well an internal unit inside.
Most homes in the UK are ideal for a monobloc air to water heat pump, but a split system may be suitable for more complicated installations as it can be installed up to 30m away from the home offering a more flexible installation.
Efficiency
Air source heat pumps are exceptionally efficient, as for every kW of energy they use, they generate three times as much usable heat. While some heat pumps may be labelled with better efficiency ratings than others, it is important to remember that the actual efficiency you achieve will be greatly influenced by other factors like the level of insulation, the outside temperature, and your demand for hot water.
Output

Air source heat pumps are available in a range of different outputs to suit different sizes of homes. It is important to install the right output, but a professional heat pump installer will be able to advise you on this topic.