About Heat Pump

In the field of heat utilization, heat pumps uniquely convert unused “ambient heat” into heat of utilizable temperatures, by inputting a very small amount of primary energy without burning fossil fuels as a source of CO2 emissions.

Moreover, heat pumps need electricity that is only about one-sixth in order to collect “ one unit of heat ”. Therefore, heat pumps produce heat energy that far exceeds the primary energy consumed at power stations, even if the loss in the process of generation of electricity is taken into consideration. For these reasons, heat pumps can dramatically reduce the damage to the environment.


Applied area of heat pumps Improvement of efficiency by inverter air-conditioners
Heat pumps help to reduce CO2 emissions A variety of heat pumps
Variable Refrigerant Flow System Heat Pumps for Use in Cold Climate Areas
Technological development of industrial heat pump