High temperature air source heat pump refers to a heat pump that has a heating outlet water temperature above 60 ℃ or an outlet air temperature above 80 ℃. Compared to the popular conventional heat pumps on the market today, the temperature of hot water is generally below 55 ℃, while the new generation of high-temperature air source heat pumps can produce high temperature hot water of up to 85 ℃, which can be used in industries such as electroplating, pasteurization, slaughtering, glass cleaning, printing and dyeing.
It is to use the reverse Carnot cycle principle to obtain a low-temperature heat source through natural energy (air heat storage), which is then integrated into a high-efficiency heat collection system to become a high-temperature heat source for heating, drying, or supplying hot water.
1. Energy conservation, which is conducive to the comprehensive utilization of energy. High temperature air energy heat pumps absorb low-temperature heat energy from the air, which is compressed by the compressor and converted into high-temperature heat energy, and their energy-saving effect is quite significant;
2. Good for environmental protection;
3. The combination of cold and hot equipment has a high application rate, saving investment.
4. Because it is electrically driven, it is more convenient to regulate. Compared to electric boilers, it can save more than 50% of electricity consumption and reduce the hassle of frequently replacing electric heating tubes; Compared to traditional coal and oil boilers, it is pollution-free, emission free, and safe, eliminating the need for annual routine security checks and professional boiler workers. It also has fully automatic temperature control and significantly reduces operating costs by more than 50%. High temperature heat pumps are heat pumps that can meet the heating and cooling needs of a specific field. Generally speaking, high-temperature air energy heat pumps use specialized heat pump compressors, special refrigerants, and systems.