How does a heat pump work?
Heat pumps extract heat from the outside air, the soil or the groundwater. This heat is transferred with a very high efficiency to, for example, the central heating system or hot water in a building. The device can also be used for cooling. A heat pump works on electricity, but compared to other electric heating systems, the heat pump is a very energy-efficient system.
Types of heat pumps
Mark Climate Technology has several types of heat pumps in its range, such as the TOSHIBA DX heat pumps. Thanks to a wide range of heating and cooling capacities, these appliances have a wide range of applications. These heat pumps are compatible with the Mark air handling units and DX air curtains as well as available separately.
Mark Climate Technology also has high-quality air-water heat pumps in its program. These pumps are very easy to install and extremely suitable in combination with various systems for cooling and heating.
The Mark heat pump split units are very suitable for conditioning the indoor climate of a home, office or shop. This energy-efficient air conditioner can both cool and heat. The system consists of an indoor and outdoor unit. In addition to cooling, the indoor unit also provides heating and dehumidification.
The benefits of a heat pump
Heat pumps are a sustainable solution for creating a pleasant indoor climate. Thanks to its energy-saving and environmentally friendly properties, the heat pump is becoming increasingly popular. Another advantage is that a heat pump can be used for both heating and cooling. Thanks to the option of heating completely gas-free, the heat pump is also a very good and safe alternative for the future.
Mark’s heat pumps can be perfectly combined with other products from the range. For example with hot water air heaters, radiant panels and air handling units.
The best choice for a heat pump
Interested in a heat pump but not sure which type is suitable for your situation? The specialists at Mark Climate Technology are happy to provide you with non-binding advice. You can reach us by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone on +31 (0)598 656 612. You may soon also benefit from the advantages of a Mark heat pump!