Heat pump theory is based on the principle that heat will move from a high temperature to a lower temperature. This means that if a heat transfer coil can be kept at a lower temperature than its surroundings, it will pick up heat from those surroundings. Used in homes and in some industries, the "heat pump" is a heat-moving mechanism. Heat is absorbed into an evaporator from one location and released through a condenser in another location. Some systems use a special reversing valve to reverse the operation so that the evaporator becomes the condenser and the condenser becomes the evaporator-heat flow is reversed. The system either heats or cools the conditioned space. Please view the DATA FILE for complete brochure information.
P.O. Box 563
East Longmeadow, MA 01028
(Toll Free) 800-253-2133 or 888-HEC-CORP
Copyright 2020 CLICK WebDesigns