A heat pump works in principle like a refrigerator
but instead of utilizing the cold, utilizes the heat. The system consists of two parts, an outdoor unit and indoor unit. The heat pump outdoor unit extracts heat from the air and sends it into the home where the indoor unit distributes the heat. The system works all year round, although the air temperature reaches right down to minus 15 degrees, there are still natural warmth in the air, the heat pump can exploit.
Conversely, the heat pump can be reversed so that it acts as an air conditioner, delivering cool air during the hot summer months.
Air conditioning equals cooling and dehumidification of the air in a room
The desire to cool the air to comfortable temperatures goes way back in history. The ancient Romans let the water run down the inside channels in the walls, in order to cool the rooms in the warm periods. Since then development as we know, been rapid, and today it is possible to get a TOSHIBA systems with the following features:
- air circulation
- Purification of the air
- low noise level
- Power consumption in Energy Class A
- ISO 14001 environmental certification
The compressor in the system consumes power, but compared to a conventional electric heater, is typically up to 5 times as much heat. In other words, a very energy-friendly energy source that helps to reduce CO2 emissions, while saving you money.
We negotiate obviously also a variety of other models such. ductwork and ceiling and floor models. If in doubt about which system suits your needs, we will like to drive by and give our non-binding bids for a solution. You are of course always welcome to contact us with any questions or price inquiries.
Floor heating = comfortable warmth.
There is uncertainty about future energy policy. With the prospect of increasing energy prices is a water-based underfloor heating system with heat pump, always preferable to an electric floor heating system.
Facts about floor heating:
- Our architect calculates and takes a project chart for the abandonment of PEX pipes in the floor.
- PEX pipes are laid in a 5 mm vapor barrier and 30 mm insulation.
- The floor heating system is connected to a heat pump as an energy source.
- The house is divided into zones which can be individually temperature controlled via the distribution box
But what is a heat pump?
A heat pump utilizes the energy in the air to heat the water in the heating system up. It works like a refrigerator – only in reverse. It is a cheap form of heating that is also environmentally – and climate-friendly (reducing CO2 emissions).
Floor heating is controlled manually and single in the distribution box.
Pool heating = extended bathing season.
Do you know the feeling that lowering yourself slowly into the warm water of half a cold December day. The water surrounds you and a wonderful feeling of well-being shower through the body.
Facts about pool heat pumps:
- Extend the bathing season with a heat pump
- Heat exchanger titanium. 5 year warranty on the heat exchanger.
- Very economical in operation even if compared to heating using gas, oil or electric heating element.
- The heat pump can deliver almost up to 5 times as much heat as an electric heating element, for the same money. For 1 KW power you get 4.82 KW heat. Even at 10 degrees providing the heat pump 4 times as much heat.
- Simple and fast installation (also on existing pools)
- The heat pump is fully automatic. After setting the thermostat does the heat pump rest.
- The heat pump must be outdoors.
- Available in various sizes
- It is recommended to use the pool cover when using heat pumps to reduce heat loss at night.
But what is a heat pump?
A heat pump utilizes the energy that is in the air to heat the water in the pool with. A heat pump works like a refrigerator – only in reverse. It is a cheap form of heating that is also environmentally and climate-friendly (reducing CO2 emissions).
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Toshiba – air conditioning for more than 50 years.
DANCON has collaborated with Toshiba since 1990. It is a close and longstanding collaboration as both parties enjoy.
To make a long story short
Since the late 1950s, Toshiba has designed and manufactured high-tech air conditioning. Toshiba was the first to introduce Inverter technology in the late 1980s, all manufacturers of air conditioning systems using today. In 1999, Toshiba was the first to break with the industry’s views on environmental policy by producing plants that use the environmentally friendly refrigerant (R407 and R410), which does not deplete the ozone layer.
Toshiba heat pumps deliver 4 to 5 times more energy than they consume in electricity, which means a significant saving on your heating costs. This means less CO2 emissions, thus reducing the greenhouse effect.
Technology and Environment
Toshiba is constantly working to remain market leader in technology and the environment, and it benefits our customers and the next generation of the well.