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Air Source Heat Pumps

Heat Pumps generate more heat than the electricity they consume.

Here's how a heat pump works: It captures heat from outside and transfers it into your home. While it uses electricity to do this, the heat it brings into your home is much greater than the amount of electricity required to operate it. One great advantage of a heat pump is that it doesn't burn any fuel itself. Instead, it takes existing heat from the environment so it doesn't release any carbon dioxide.

In the case of an air source heat pump (ASHP), the process begins with the cold refrigerant in the outdoor unit (called an evaporator). This refrigerant absorbs heat from the air as it's blown across a heat exchanger using fans. Even though the air might be cold during winter, there's still a lot of heat energy in it due to the large volume of air passing over the heat exchanger. 

Air Source Heat Pumps

Air source heat pumps extract the available heat in the air to heat your home and hot water. Heat can be extracted from air temperatures as low as -15C.

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