Advantages of Geothermal Heat Pump
Water to water geothermal heat pump is a geothermal heating system that transfers low-grade thermal energy to high-grade thermal energy by inputting a small amount of high-grade energy (such as electric energy) for terrestrial shallow energy. Usually, the water to water geothermal heat pump consumes 1kwh of energy, and users can get more than 4kwh of heat or cold.
Advantages of water to water geothermal heat pump:
1. Significant environmental and economic benefits
When the water to water geothermal heat pump unit is running, it does not consume or pollute water, does not require a boiler, does not require a cooling tower, and does not require a place for stacking fuel waste, which has significant environmental benefits. Compared with air source heat pumps, the power consumption of geothermal heating system units can be reduced by more than 40%; compared with electric heating, it can be reduced by more than 70%. Its heating system is nearly 50% more efficient than gas boilers. The efficiency of the boiler is 75% higher.
2. One machine with multiple functions, wide application
The Geothermal heating system can be used for heating, air conditioning and refrigeration, and it can also provide domestic hot water. One machine can be used for multiple purposes. One system can replace the original two sets of boilers and air conditioning devices or systems, especially for those requiring both heating and cooling building. Water to water geothermal heat pumps have obvious advantages. Not only saves a lot of energy, but a geothermal heating system can meet the requirements of heating, cooling, and domestic water supply at the same time, reducing the initial investment of equipment. Geothermal heat pumps can be used in hotels, residential quarters, apartments, factories, and shopping malls. , Office buildings, schools and other buildings, small Geothermal heat pumps are more suitable for heating and air conditioning in villas.
3. Low maintenance cost and unattended
The water to water geothermal heat pump system has fewer moving parts than conventional systems, thus reducing maintenance. The system is either buried underground or installed indoors. It is not exposed to wind and rain. The unit is compact, saves space, and can avoid damage, is more reliable, and extends life. The high degree of automatic control, unattended, remote management, no need to hire personnel to supervise.
4. Low pollution
Compared with air source heat pumps, the pollutant emissions of the geothermal heating systems are reduced by more than 38%, and compared with electric heating, pollutant emissions are reduced by more than 70%. The real energy saving and emission reduction are to reduce energy waste, reduce exhaust emissions more.
5. Simple maintenance
The geothermal heating system has fewer moving parts than conventional systems, thus reducing maintenance. The system is installed indoors, not exposed to wind and rain, and can also be protected from damage, more reliable, and longer life.
6. Long life
The underground pipes of the water to water geothermal heat pump are made of polyethylene and polypropylene plastic pipes, which can last up to 50 years, which is 35 years longer than that of ordinary air conditioners.
7. Maintain the balance of the ecological environment
The water to water geothermal heat pump discharges indoor heat into the ground in summer and takes out the underground heat for indoor use in winter. Relatively speaking, the geothermal heating system discharges less energy to the environment and maintains the balance of the ecological environment.
8. Save space
The energy of the water to water geothermal heat pump system comes from natural energy. It does not emit any waste gas, waste water, waste residue to the outside world, and is an ideal "green air conditioner". It is considered to be the most environmentally friendly and effective geothermal heating system and cooling system available. The system can be applied in severe cold areas or tropical areas. It can be widely used in office buildings, hotels, schools, dormitories, hospitals, restaurants, shopping malls, villas, residences and other fields.