And this is how it works!

A heat pump functions similar to a refrigerator in: reverse. The heat pump absorbs energy via the heat source (soil, water, or air) and gives off this energy as heat via the heating side of the system. An agent that collects and transmits this ernergy evaporates as a result of the absorption of the ambient heat. The heated, gaseous agent is compressed by a mechanical compressor and thus raised to a higher temperature level. The heated agent transfers this heat to water in a condenser, where it cools down and the gaseous agent returns toa fluid again. The fluid agent flows back to the evaporator and the cycle starts from the beginning again.




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