New Zealands Heatpump Centre Click here to check
your units' star rating
Click here to check your units star rating
  Home PageContact InformationHeatpumps Information and LinksDisclaimer and Policies  

network of qualified heatpump and airconditioning installers


How can it get heat from cold outside air?

During heating, a heatpump absorbs heat from the outside air through the outdoor unit finned coil (even at temperatures below zero there is still heat in the outside air) and rejects this heat through the indoor unit finned coil. Because the indoor unit finned coil is fan assisted this enables a good throw of heat from the indoor unit throughout the room. During heating this process is reversed (hence the term “reverse cycle”) whereby the indoor unit absorbs heat from the room (thereby cooling the room) and rejects this heat through the outdoor unit.

“Choose a contractor who will install a reputable and reliable heatpump that is sized correctly for your application”


Home : Contacts : Info : Disclaimer top

© 2005 - All Rights Reserved

Links to Suppliers websites


Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
supplied by Temperzone


Mitsubishi Electric

Life's Good