Screw Compressor Water Ground Source Heat Pump
A product of Hope Deepblue. Rock & soil masses on the Earth’s surface, rivers, lakes, seas, urban domestic sewage and industrial waste water are a reservoir of tremendous heat resources, which, however, are not ready for direct use because these are low-grade heat sources.
Constructed on the basis of the principle of a heat pump, a water/ground source heat
pump (WSHP/GSHP) system utilizes a refrigeration cycle system to extract heat from low-grade heat sources by consuming part of the energy. The heat energy is heated by a heat pump and then used for air conditioning or other home heating needs. In winter, the heat energy indoors is extracted, released into water and used to supply heat/cold to the heat pump.
A heat exchanger (intended for waste heat recovery) in the WSHP/GSHP system can recover part or all of the waste heat produced by the system during condensation to supply domestic or industrial hot water. This technology contributes to significant cuts in operating costs.
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