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What is an air conditioner with heat pump?
A heat pump is essentially an air conditioning system that also has the ability to heat your home during cold weather months.It's called a "heat pump" because it pumps heat into your home in winter, and pumps heat out of your home in summer. A heat pumps ability to both heat and cool makes it a very economical and efficient home comfort system.

A powerful air conditioner is going to be your best friend when temperatures soar. All the air conditioners listed by www.airconditionerwithheatpump.com are factory direct from named brands such as Mitsubishi, Gree, Daikin, Fujitsu, etc. Our hard-working heat pumps offer peak performance at a price suited for any budget and need. In addition to that, each of our air conditioner is durable and designed to last for years and years.

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  • FAQ'S Air Conditioner with Heat Pump
  • What is an "Inverter"? Is it a heat pump?
  • Do heat pumps just "heat"? Are they air conditioners as well?
  • What is a programmable thermostat?
  • How do I best use my heat pump? Can you give me an example?
  • How do I know what size heat pump to buy?
  • What is a heat pump?
  • How do heat pumps work?
  • Do I still need a backup heat source?
  • Which is more efficient, a ducted or ductless system?
  • How do you control a heat pump?
  • Where is the best location for my heat pump?
  • What kind of maintenance does a ductless heat pump require?
  • How much does a heat pump cost?
  • Are Heat Pumps reliable?
  • How often should I change my filter?
  • What type of filter should I use?
  • Should I turn my system off when I go to work/ on vacation to save energy/ money?
  • How often should I have preventative maintenance done?
  • What are the preventive maintenance measures for my ducts?
  • How do I determine the size, or capacity, of my HVAC system?
  • What is R-410A?
  • What is an "Inverter"? Is it a heat pump?
  • An Inverter is a piece of technology that makes newer heat pumps more efficient. Older style heat pumps operate a fixed speed compressor motor. These motors are either on or off, so they stop and start repetitively to keep the temperature at the level you set it - similar to a fan heater set on a thermostat.

    Newer, inverter style heat pumps use a variable-speed compressor motor that slows down and speeds up as required to maintain a more consistent temperature. This makes them more energy efficient. In fact, Panasonic Inverter Heat Pumps are extremely efficient, meeting or exceeding the most stringent Energy Efficiency Ratings. - See more at: http://www.panasonic.co.nz/help-and-support/your-guide-to-heat-pumps/heat-pump-frequently-asked-questions/#sthash.rLvpIe3A.dpuf Top ?
  • Do heat pumps just "heat"? Are they air conditioners as well?
  • Heat pumps are Air Conditioners that literally "pump heat". That means they can pump heat from outside into your home to warm you in winter; and vice-versa - pumping heat out of your home in summer.

    As soon as an inverter air conditioner is switched on, it provides the exact amount of power needed to rapidly cool or heat of the room. This enables it to reach the set temperature in about a quarter the time required by non-inverter models. So you're comfortable soon after you arrive home on a hot summer day, or after entering a room on a cold winter morning. Top ?
  • What is a programmable thermostat?
  • A senses the room temperature and controls the HVAC system according to a schedule established by the homeowner. This type of thermostat allows different temperature settings to automatically regulate the HVAC system at different preset times. Top ?
  • How do I best use my heat pump? Can you give me an example?
  • Your personal preferences, your home, and your lifestyle all affect the way you'll use a heat pump. There is no 'One' solution that fits all, but here are four usage examples that might help:

    A young working couple with no kids tend to be home only in the evenings. As nobody is home during the day, the perfect solution for them is to use the timer on their heat pump - turning it on an hour before they wake in the morning, and again an hour before they get home from work.

    For a young family where one of the parents and the children tend to be at home during the day, a great way to be comfortable and manage the power bill is to operate the heat pump throughout the day, but reduce the temperature (e.g. to 16ºC) when leaving the house during the day. This means the heat pump doesn't have to work so hard to bring the temperature back up to 20ºC when they return. Equally, reducing the unit's target temperature overnight keeps the winter chill at bay - making it comfortable for tending to children, without heating the entire house all night.

    A retired couple who have moved into a smaller home now the kids have left the nest tend to spend much of their day at home. Maintaining a comfortable temperature at all times is desirable - so the stable temperature control of operating their heat pump all day is desirable, but they can turn the unit off at night (manually, or using a timer) to save power.

    For the rural lifestyle, it often pays to have a few heating options up your sleeve. Here the simple convenience of pushing a button to heat your home beats some of the more labour intensive options - especially if you're only home for a cuppa before heading out again. If your heat pump isn't your primary heat source, you can choose to turn it on and off as required.
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  • How do I know what size heat pump to buy?
  • Every home is different. The outside air temperature, the size of the room you want to heat, the number of windows, amount of insulation… it all affects the power requirements of your new heat pump. It's important to choose one that suits the size of the space you want to heat; if the heat pump is too small or too large, it will use more energy, cost more to meet your heating requirements and may not perform to the level required. Use our heat pump calculator (just click the "Get Recommendations" button) to get an idea of which Panasonic Heat Pump might suit your needs, or arrange for a free consultation to get a more accurate picture from a professional. Top ?
  • What is a heat pump?
  • A heat pump is a device that provides heat energy from a source of heat to a destination called a "heat sink". Heat pumps are designed to move thermal energy opposite to the direction of spontaneous heat flow by absorbing heat from a cold space and release it to a warmer one, and vice-versa. A heat pump uses some amount of external power to accomplish the work of transferring energy from the heat source to the heat sink.

    While air conditioners and freezers are familiar examples of heat pumps, the term "heat pump" is more general and applies to HVAC devices used for space heating or space cooling. When a heat pump is used for heating, it employs the same basic refrigeration-type cycle used by an air conditioner or a refrigerator, but in the opposite direction - releasing heat into the air-conditioned space rather than the surrounding environment. In this use, heat pumps generally draw heat from the cooler external air or from the ground. Top ?
  • How do heat pumps work?
  • 1. A brine* circulates in a collector loop and absorbs heat energy from the bedrock, ground, air or water.

    2. In a heat exchanger (evaporator) the tepid brine in the collector loop meets refrigerant** circulating in the refrigerant loop. The refrigerant heats up and converts into gas.

    3. The pressure of the refrigerant is raised in the compressor, which also raises the temperature to a useable level.

    4. Via a condenser, the refrigerant releases the heat to the heating system for the house, and in connection with this the refrigerant is cooled.

    5. The refrigerant circulates further. The pressure is lowered in an expansion valve. It reduces the temperature, the refrigerant returns to liquid form. The process restarts when the refrigerant once again meets the brine.

    * Brine is a mixture that cannot freeze, for example water together with alcohol or glycol.

    ** These days environmentally friendly refrigerants such as carbon dioxide and hydro carbons are used. Freon was previously used. Top ?

  • Do I still need a backup heat source?
  • A ducted heat pump system would be installed along with an integrated backup heat source – either electric, propane or natural gas. A ductless system could rely on any previously existing heat source as the backup. The heat pumps are the primary heat sources, the backups would only supplement them in extreme weather conditions.

    When you choose an ENERGY STAR® rated heat pump, you can expect it to work at outside temperatures as low as -30 C and beyond, depending on the make and model. When the outside temperature dips below that temperature, then your other fuel system kicks in. Top ?
  • Which is more efficient, a ducted or ductless system?
  • This depends on a few factors, including house size and layout. Ductless systems tend to be a bit more efficient because they help cut down on the heat loss that can occur along the ducts. Top ?
  • How do you control a heat pump?
  • A heat pump can be controlled by wall mounted controls or remote controls. You can set them on timers and adjust them manually. Top ?
  • Where is the best location for my heat pump?
  • Every house is different, so the best way to find out where to locate your heat pump is to have a qualified contractor visit your home.

    For outdoor units, the primary consideration is clean airflow through the unit. This means under deck options aren’t always the best. You should try to place outdoor units on the ground and away from bedrooms, so the small amount of noise they do make is not transferred to the house.

    For the placement of a ductless unit in a room, you’ll need to consider how the air flows through the room in order to evenly distribute the heat. Top ?
  • What kind of maintenance does a ductless heat pump require?
  • Ductless heat pumps require some basic maintenance to ensure optimum performance. In most cases keeping the filters and coils clean is all that’s needed, and can be performed easily by the homeowner. Top ?
  • How much does a heat pump cost?
  • The average cost of an installed ductless heat pump with one indoor heating/cooling zone is between $3,000 and $5,000. Additional heating zones and greater heating capacities will increase the cost of the system. Other factors that will affect the cost of an installed system include: the manufacturer and model, difficulty of installation, and contractor rates. We recommend you get at least three quotes from a qualified contractor. Top ?
  • How quiet are Heat Pumps?
  • Modern inverter heat pumps from the top manufacturers are very quiet. The source of noise in a typical Heat Pump is air impinging on the grille as it is forced out of the unit. Air noise is marginally higher than ambient background noise and is usually not distracting. Top ?
  • Are Heat Pumps reliable?
  • Yes. Heat pumps are extremely reliable. They use the same process as a home fridge or freezer and have the same level of dependability and life expectancy. The top brands come with 5 Year manufacturer's warranty or more.

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  • What kind of maintenance does a ductless heat pump require?
  • Ductless heat pumps require some basic maintenance to ensure optimum performance. In most cases keeping the filters and coils clean is all that’s needed, and can be performed easily by the homeowner. Top ?
  • How long will the Heat Pump On-site Survey take?
  • In most cases visit will take about half an hour. Technician may be able to give you an on-the-spot quotation if your planned installation is straightforward. Otherwise he will provide you with a quotation taking into account various possible options so you can make a choice based on your design needs and budget. Top ?
  • Do Heat Pumps cause stuffiness?
  • No. Unlike fires and glowing electrical elements, heat pumps don’t burn oxygen. Top ?
  • Are Heat Pumps any good for allergy & asthma sufferers?
  • Yes. Heat pumps have a range of filters that clean and purify the air:

    Catechin Filter: Dust, mold spores and micro-organisms are absorbed onto the filter by static electricity and growth is inhibited and deactivated by the polyphenol ingredient extracted from apples.

    Ion Deodorizing Filter: The filter deodorizes by powerfully decomposing absorbed odours using the oxidizing and reducing effects of ions generated by the ultrafine particle ceramic.

    Plasma Filter: High performance electronic air cleaner removes dust and odour, improving indoor air quality. Top ?
  • Do heat pumps take up a lot of room?
  • No, heat pumps are designed to be unobtrusive in their size and style, with low noise levels. Top ?
  • What is Silent Comfort Technology?
  • It is a patent pending fan design (in cooperation with an insulated compressor) that greatly limits noise production. Top ?
  • How often should I change my filter?
  • Filters should be checked every thirty (30) days. Filter should not be left in place any longer than ninety (90) days, regardless of the amount of residue found ~ unless specifically rated for longer periods, and are clean. Top ?
  • What type of filter should I use?
  • Standard furnace filters work well to keep your system and its ductwork clean, but they don’t really improve indoor air quality. To do that you need a media filter. The media filter rests between the main return duct and the blower cabinet and will improve dust and particle removal by seven times that of a standard furnace filter. However, upgrading to a pleated media filter will remove everything from insecticide dust to airborne viruses from the filtered air.

    A media filter can have a life exceeding two years, and its only drawback is that its tight fiber weave can cause your furnace to have to work harder to blow air through the house. Always choose a filter that matches your blower’s capacity. Top ?
  • Should I turn my system off when I go to work/ on vacation to save energy/ money?
  • No. Your system will have to work longer and harder to achieve (catch up) the temperature you desire when you return. Try setting your system to 80 in the summer, and 68 in the winter when you are away for long periods. Another option is installing a programmable thermostat. With this option you can set several temperatures on different times and days. Top ?
  • How often should I have preventative maintenance done?
  • Preventative maintenance is recommended to be performed every six months. Top ?
  • What are the preventive maintenance measures for my ducts?
  • Although modern technology has made significant advances in air filters over the past decade, a fractional amount of dust still finds its way past heating and cooling filters and into your home’s ducts. As this dust accumulates throughout your home, it creates the perfect environment for the growth of mold, mites and harmful bacteria. To check your ducts for dust buildup, pull off several supply and return registers and see how much dust has accumulated in the system. If you choose to clean your system, your best option is to contact a professional duct cleaner. Top ?
  • How do I determine the size, or capacity, of my HVAC system?
  • Factors affecting the size of your new system include the climate in your region, humidity levels, the number of windows in your dwelling, total square footage of your home, the direction your home faces, the number of heat-producing appliances in your home, the type of insulation you have and the number of people that live in your residence.

    WE can perform the proper calculations to determine the appropriate heating or cooling unit for your home and lifestyle. Top ?
  • What is R-410A?
  • R-410A is the common name for an emerging hydro-fluorocarbon (HFC) that is being used as a refrigerant in the HVAC industry. R-410A is more environmentally friendly than R-22 and is being seen as the most likely replacement for R-22 by HVAC manufacturers. At the beginning of 2010, the use of alternate refrigerant will be required in HVAC manufacturing. Top ?

    What does "SEER" mean?

  • Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio - it basically means how efficient your unit uses electricity. Think of it as the "MPG" of your A/C system ~ just like your car. Units in production today range from 13 SEER to 25 SEER. Units today are two and a half times more efficient than just 10 years ago. We can save you up to 60% on your cooling cost by simply replacing your A/C system.
  • Heat Pumps are very energy efficient
  Heat Pumps are currently the most cost-effective form of heating using electricity and most good quality systems achieve average COP (Coefficient of Performance) figures of four or more. This means that to achieve four kilowatts of heating or cooling power, they use an average of less than one kilowatt of electricity.

A conventional heating system such as an electric fire or gas boiler has a COP of less than one. This means that it burns more than one kilowatt of power to produce a kilowatt of heating power. The higher the COP the cheaper a heating appliance is to run. In comparison to other forms of heating, Heat Pumps offer the most energy efficient heating with between 300% to 400% efficiency.
 
 
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