High COP Eco Inverter Pool Air Source Heat Pump with WIFI Function
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High COP Eco Inverter Pool Air Source Heat Pump with WIFI Function

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R32 heat pump


  1. Full inverter Technology,High COP

  2. Use low GWP R32 refrigerant,Environmental friendly

  3. Higher efficient heating/cooling-Saving energy cost

  4. Anti-UV Plastic ABS corrosion resistant casing

  5. World brand compressor

  6. LED/LCD display and control panel

Built-in WIFI function make your life smarter(optional)

Easily control your climate remotely from virtually anywhere using your smartphone or tablet. Download the application for free via the App Store and achieve optimal temperature conditions with great energy savings.


Q&A on air source heat pump.

Q. Will a heat pump provide all the heat you need in the winter?

A. Heat pumps generally become less effective below ambient temperatures of 35 to 40 degrees Fahrenheit. Below that, it may be necessary to replenish the heat provided by the heat pump.

Q: How expensive are heat pumps?

A: The initial cost of heat pump equipment can be 10-15% more than a unit that uses natural gas or LP Gas for heating, but the difference is minimal compared to the cost of a natural gas or LP Gas service setup.

Q: Do the heat pumps have to exchange heat with the outside air?

A: No. Different models of heat pumps can exchange heat with ground water, making them less susceptible to external air temperatures..However, ground water heat pumps are somewhat more expensive to install.

Q: How do I know if my electric heat is on when I use my heat pump?

A: Most heat pump thermostats have a small light or icon that lights up when the supplemental electric heater is in use.

Q: On really cold days, my heat pump sometimes has steam coming out of it..Why?

A: When this condition occurs, your heat pump is going through a "defrost" cycle. Outdoor coils can freeze over on cold, wet days..When this occurs, the defrost control senses it and automatically initiates a defrost cycle. To perform defrosting, the reverse valve is switched on, and the unit is effectively in cooling mode for the time being..The hot refrigerant gas now flowing through the outdoor coils melts away the ice, and the resulting steam is created by the evaporation of the water..A defrost can last from one to 10 minutes, depending on the unit and conditions..Electric supplemental heaters are automatically activated during this time to temper the indoor air..Expect slightly cooler discharge air during this period.

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