How air source heat pumps work
Heat pumps are a source of renewable energy as they take a low grade heat (from the air or ground) and transfer it into a high grade heat.
Air source heat pumps extract energy from the air even as low as -15°C. Extracting this low grade heat at this temperature is still enough for the heat pump to multiple or amplify this heat to 65°C. Therefore, satisfying your heating and hot water demands.
At each core of a heat pump is the compressor which has refrigerant fluid, it’s the process of the refrigerate fluid which captures the energy from outside and boils at very low temperatures (lower than -15°C) which changes its state from a liquid to a gas. This changing of state is the process which amplifies or multiples the energy. The increased energy enables the heat pump to deliver water at high flow temperatures and meets the power required to heat your home.