Cost, efficiency, and new technology provide contractors with another heat pump solution
Air-to-water (ATW) heat pumps and air-to-air (ATA) heat pumps are cousins. At least, that is how they are described by Dennis Schramel, national sales manager of Electro Industries Inc. in Monticello, Minnesota.
“Air-to-water heat pump systems work in similar fashion to their forced air cousins, the air-to-air heat pump; however, air-to-water captures heat through a refrigerant and instead transfers the heat to water via a coaxial coil or heat exchanger,” he said. “These systems are capable of producing 110°F or slightly higher water temperatures.”
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