With the most advanced heat energy conversion technology, air source hot water heat pumps have been widely used in the world. Whether for businesses or consumers, hot water heat pumps must meet many advantages at the same time. Firstly, for enterprises, heat pump water heaters should be environment-friendly, which is also a factor that must be taken into account in the future development. For consumers, although the comfort of a water heater is very important, its safety is even more critical. The potential safety hazards brought by traditional water heaters are quite frequent, which also makes consumers pay more attention to the performance and safety of water heaters. Then, what are the differences between air source heat pump water heaters and traditional water heaters? Next, we will give you a comprehensive analysis of the principle and overall structure of an air source hot water heat pump.
Working Principle of Air Source Heat Pump Water Heaters
The working principle of an air source water heater is based on a heat pump. It does not need any heating elements in the process of use, but requires the compressor to absorb and convert the heat energy, which is compressed into high-temperature gas to heat the water temperature. In the operating process, the air source hot water heat pump can also discharge cold air, which will effectively reduce the indoor temperature and bring us additional enjoyment. Because of its special heating principle, the safety margin of an air to water heat pump is greatly improved by the design mechanism of water-electricity separation. In providing us with a safe bathing experience, it can also effectively help improve the surrounding environment. Generally speaking, air source hot water heat pumps are used to transfer heat into water, and then discharge cold air into the room, while solving the problems of both hot water utilization and high room temperature.
Integral Structure of Air Source Heat Pump Water Heaters
An air source hot water heat pump is composed of different parts. The whole water heater needs effective cooperation between different components in the working process, so as to complete its hot water heating task. The main components of an air to water heat pump include a compressor, a condenser and an evaporator. The major function of the compressor is to compress the heat energy and then convert it into low temperature, which is discharged into the room. The role of the evaporator is to evaporate refrigerant liquid. After absorbing the cold gas, some waste cold water can be discharged. The condenser is also a type of heat exchanger, which can output heat and then cool the heat in the compressor, thus converting it into the temperature range we need.