Tuesday, December 20, 2011

air source heat pump


The outdoor section on some units may 'frost up' when outdoor temperatures are between 0°C and 5°C (between 32°F and 41°F) and there is sufficient moisture in the air[citation needed] which restricts air flow across the outdoor coil. These units employ a defrost cycle where the system switches to "A/C" mode to move heat from the home to the condenser to melt the ice. This requires the supplementary heat [...]


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The outdoor section on some units may 'frost up' when outdoor temperatures are between 0°C and 5°C (between 32°F and 41°F) and there is sufficient moisture in the air[citation needed] which restricts air flow across the outdoor coil. These units employ a defrost cycle where the system switches to "A/C" mode to move heat from the home to the condenser to melt the ice. This requires the supplementary heater (resistance electric or gas) in the indoor section to activate, to temper [...]


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