Fujitsu Heat Pumps

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Information about Heat Pumps

All heat pumps can cool, but not all air conditioning units can heat!

A heat pump is a ‘reverse cycle air conditioner’. During summer it cools, and due to a reversing valve in the system, it is able to reverse the gas cycle inside the unit to create heating for winter.

All heat pump systems have two major components, an indoor unit and an outdoor unit. The outdoor unit houses the motor (compressor).

It pays to have a look where inside your house you might like an indoor unit, and where outside you might like an outdoor unit. We are happy to discuss the options with you to ensure you get the optimal performance and results.

 

How do heat pumps work? | What heat pump is for you?

How do Heat Pumps Work?

Heat pumps simply transfer free heat (not air) from one place to another, just like your refrigerator does. The heat that rises from the back of your fridge is coming from inside. An evaporator coil extracts warmth from the air inside, and transfers it out into your kitchen through the condenser coil in the back.

Heat pumps work in the same way. Two coils, one inside your home, and one outside are linked to draw warmth from the outside air (even on a cold Kiwi winter’s night) and transfer it into your home.

That’s a major advantage over electric or gas heaters, as heat pumps have no heating elements to burn energy. Then, at the click of a switch your heat pump can run in reverse, acting as an air conditioner to pump heat out of your home reducing humidity and keeping it fresh and cool in summer.

How a heat pump works

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What heat pump is for you?
How to choose a Heat Pump/Air Conditioner

Here's a simple checklist to help you find the solution to suit you best.

How many rooms do you want heated?

You can buy a single heat pump to heat a single area or room, a `multi-system' to heat 2, 3 or 4 areas, or a fully ducted system if you wish to heat your whole home.

Many people start with a single unit, and later, when they see just how convenient and comfortable heat pumps can be, go on to buy more units for other rooms.

What you should expect from your Heat Pump?

Today's heat pumps come with a variety of features. However, there are some basic requirements that are important:

Quality - It is important to choose a brand you can trust. Fujitsu offer the longest warranty in New Zealand - 6 Years full parts and labour warranty when you choose a Fujitsu Accredited Installer, or 5 years if you choose a non-accredited installer.

Energy Efficiency - Efficiency means lower running cost, and a healthier environment. By their very nature, heat pumps are the most efficient form of heating there is. But different brands also have different levels of efficiency too - check to see the brand you are purchasing has the Energy Star logo, and the ratings from EECA. Efficiency has always been a priority with Fujitsu.

Quiet Operation - Most heat pumps are quiet indoors, as the only sound comes from the fan. The decibel levels of our heat pumps are shown in the brochure specifications. Fujitsu's improved fan design and `quiet mode' on many models means that you simply cannot buy a quieter heat pump anywhere.

Other features you might enjoy

Plasma Filters
These clever filters reduce dust and dirt in the air, as well as absorbing unpleasant household odours like kitchen and pet smells.

Self-cleaning Filters
This is a Fujitsu world exclusive - an automatic filter that cleans itself, sterilises dirt and dust and therefore refreshes the air, as well saving energy wasted by dirty filters. This feature is exclusive to the Nocria model range.

Other Technology Includes

  • Remote control
  • Reverse cycle
  • Sleep and digital timer
  • Moisture removal

 

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