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HEAT PUMP SYSTEMS

Heat pump is a system that transfers heat from one place to another by using
electric energy. This system is not new; on the contrary, refrigerators, air
conditioners, hydrophilic systems, and deep freezers, we use in our homes, all
work with the same principle. Nowadays, energy is of value, and costs of fossil
fuels are too high to use in heating systems, so heat pomp systems are accepted
as alternative resources.
While the inside of refrigerators are cold, surface of the pipes behind of it are
hot. These systems produce heat and cold at the same time and this is how heat
pomp systems work as well. There are different kinds of heat pomp systems that
use different resources as ground, water, and air. Heat pomp systems do not
depend on producing heat but transferring it. Therefore, they need a pool to
transfer the heat and this pool can be ground, water, and air.

HEAT PUMP SYSTEMS AIR TO WATER

Since these systems use air in their pools, daily changes in temperature can
affect the performance of the device and energy use. The most commonly used
heat pomp systems depend on air and they are more economical and
environment friendly than fossil fuels. Installation and usage is quite easy.

HEAT PUMP SYSTEMS GROUND AND WATER SOURCE

Since these systems use ground and water in their pools, effects of daily
changes in temperature are almost absent, so the performance of the device
and energy use is not changeable. However, they have some disadvantages in
terms of installation. In order to install these systems the areas filled with
ground or water are needed to be proper areas for digging. Although they
perform better and save more energy than heat pomp systems using air, cost of
installation is higher.