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How It works
By transforming the energy found naturally in outdoor air and using that to help provide cost effective heating, we’ve already established the efficiency of Ecodan and the fact that it ‘upgrades’ energy.
Take that one step further and consider using Ecodan powered by electricity from a renewable energy source such as wind, biomass, solar or tidal and you could have a heating system that is zero carbon rated.
Inverter Driven Technology
At the heart of Ecodan is a modern, inverter-driven heat pumps compressor which converts free energy from the air and upgrades it to higher temperatures suitable for heating.
The inverter control regulates the system so that heat output modulates to match the exact capacity required, meaning the boiler will only consume the exact energy needed at any given time and thus increase efficiency further. The advanced heating technology used in heat pumps make them ideal for use in the UK's ambient temperatures and hence perfect for the domestic market.
Whatever the location, simply install Ecodan and enjoy efficient, effective heating and hot water at a fraction of the alternative cost.
How Air Source Heat Pumps Work
Heat pumps are air conditioners which can be used both for cooling and heating. The principle is that it is able to reverse the process of transporting heat from one place to another.
Moreover heat pumps are much more energy efficient than other heaters. The reason for this is simple: rather than burning a fuel, what it does is 'moving heat'. Because of this heat pumps are up to five times more energy efficient than other heaters.
Heat pumps additionally allow the refrigerant cycle to be reversed. A heat pump extracts energy from the outdoor and transfers the heat indoors. This principle even continues to function on very cold days with temperatures down to -5°C, -10°C or -15°C, depending on the type of air conditioning system used.
Using air conditioners to heat Heat pumps are an integral part of air conditioning technology. Heat pumps transfer heat from one environment to another via refrigerant. In cooling mode, heat pumps transfer the heat in an enclosed area (room, industrial process) to the outside air, resulting in a cooling of the area in question. This is the role that heat pumps play in common refrigeration and air conditioning systems. Heat pumps, however, also allow this process to be reversed. They can pump heat extracted from the outside air indoors, allowing indoor environments to be heated as well as cooled using the same technology.
Heat pumps offer numerous advantages as a heating solution. The same systems used to cool can also be used to heat, resulting in less initial investment and simplicity in operation and maintenance. Heat pumps also have an important advantage in the area of efficiency. Unlike fossil-fuel based heating systems, heat pumps extract available heat from the outside air. Heat pumps offer efficiency gains on the order of 3:1 and higher, compared to electrical heating. Thus for every unit of energy consumed by the heat pump, three or more units of heat are gained.
Heat pumps in combination with inverter technology offer unparalleled indoor heating comfort and process efficiency.Heat pumps can extract heat energy from the outside air even on the coldest days of winter. Oakland’s Heat Pump systems are capable of meeting exacting industrial heating and cooling requirements as well as of providing comfortable and efficient indoor heating. Energy Efficient Heat pumps
View Our Range
All of Oakland’s commercial products are available with a heating mode that allows the system to heat as well as cool. Units with a heating mode include single split systems, multis, VRVs/VRF’s and Chillers. To see a range of Heat Pump A/C units available from Oakland please visit our shop.