In this paper, the theoretical limitations of the Carnot process, as well as the more realistic theoretical approach of the vapour compression refrigeration cycle are examined. By comparing these theoretical processes to real refrigeration systems, we can identify ways to improve the energy efficiency of the vapour compression cycle. And by evaluating data from existing refrigeration systems, the energy efficiency of current state-of-the-art systems can be assessed.
The Heat Pump Compressor - HHP compressor is designed for Air/Water heat pump applications and is suitable for Brine/Water or Water/Water heat pump applications as well. The dedicated design and optimization of the compressor makes it possible to achieve high energy efficient performance when producing heating or sanitary hot water at very low ambient temperatures.
In accordance with the logical evolution of the energy consumption of our societies, measurement standards and subsequent labels are coming into a phase of maturity with regard to seasonality. A theoretical comparison of the different compression technologies applied to a reference installation helps us to make an assessment of the possible benefits of a yearly approach for hot and cold climates. In this example, there is a seasonal COP gap of up to 54%, depending on the compressor technology chosen.
By using renewable energy sources instead of fossil fuels, we can help reduce fossil fuel gas emissions. With a heatpump installed we can help reduce your impact on the environment.A heatpump collects and extracts the heat from geothermal, aerothermal and hydro-thermal sources, warms it up and “pumps” it into our homes to heat our living spaces and water.
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