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How does the Pico Energy Heat Pump work?

In principle, the heat pump works like a refrigerator: the same technique, only reversed utility. The heat pump receives energy from the heat source side (earth, water or air) at a low temperature and releases heat with a higher temperature on the heating side.

A heat pump uses solar energy stored in the air. This energy is available at any time, day or night, summer or winter. In the case of air source heat pumps, it is important, on the one hand, that they are designed for our latitudes (cold climate) in order to ensure maximum efficiency and, on the other hand, to ensure the lowest possible sound emission. Our heat pumps have been optimized for these criteria. The use of the PicoEnergy air source heat pump does not require any excavation work in your garden, only a little space for installation.

Air Source Heat Pumps

  • 4 to 12 kilowatts (single and three phase)

  • 6 to 21 kilowatts (single and three phase)

  • Cascade up to 72 kilowatts

The outstanding feature of the Pico Energy heat pump is its efficiency. With its special heat pump technology, the heat pump converts a kilowatt hour of electricity into five kilowatt hours of heating energy, often even more. This results in exceptionally low operating costs
compared to conventional heating systems.

Die Photovoltaic Air Source Heat Pump

The outstanding feature of the PicoEnergy heat pump is its efficiency and future-oriented control technology. This results in compared to conventional heating systems exceptionally low operating costs and the ability to prepare with this system for both heating, cooling, and hot water. Even systems such as solar thermal, photovoltaic and house management systems work hand in hand with our heat pump control.

Thanks to the sophisticated PicoEnergy controller with TouchScreen, self-generated electricity from the photovoltaic system can be used for heating and cooling of the house. The speed control of the heat pump adapts itself to the photovoltaic power independently. The free photovoltaic electricity can thus be used as best as possible to heat the house, hot water and swimming pool.

Frequently Asked Questions

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