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Whilst Samsung Heat Pumps were a relatively late comer in the air source heat pump market in 2011, they brought a solution to many of the problems that early manufacturers had come across. Inventions such as commissioning information designed around a specific type of installation and an extremely lightweight chassis meant that installation and commissioning was some of the easiest ever seen from a heat pump.
What is a Samsung Air Source Heat Pump?
Samsung Air Source Heat Pumps are an energy efficient way of heating your home and water by using the heat from ambient air. This is a free and renewable form of energy that has a low environmental impact. Samsung Heat Pumps have proved to be 300% more efficient than regular heating systems.
How do Samsung Heat Pumps Work?
Transferring heat from ambient air outside to water within your home. The energy input is used to move heat rather than generate it since a heat pump will give out more energy than it uses. For example, a general Samsung heat pump will output as much as 4kW and only use 1kW of input. A Samsung heat pump works by passing around a refrigerant. A refrigerant has a low boiling point, which is altered by changes in pressure. Absorbing the heat as it evaporates from boiling it then releases that heat as condensation cause it to form back in to a liquid. It is then pumped around by a circuit, controlling its pressure, where useful heat energy is transmitted from various places. It works like a refrigerator in reverse where heat is taken from the air outside – even in colder weather – where it is then moved into the hot water cylinder and pumped through radiators, underfloor heating systems or heat emitters.
Types of Samsung Heat Pumps
Samsung’s Heat Pump line is called the Ecological and Economical Heating System (EHS). The line was designed as a response to the continually growing problem of increasing CO2 emissions and oil shortage. These types of Heat Pumps have a high seasonal coefficient of performance (COP) releasing only a small amount of CO2 and cheaper running costs. This includes three types of Samsung Heat Pumps models.
EHS Mono: This model is made composed of an inverter compressor that works to the external temperature. Installation of this type is easy and requires minimal effort as the outdoor units are light and compact. Included is a pre-plumbed cylinder unit that will reduce time spent on constructing all the components together.
EHS TDM: This system heats both the indoor area and the eater by using a single outdoor unit which is controlled by the Time Division Multi. It allows accurate allocation of energy between air to air and air to water devices. This multi system can heat up your property in the winter and cool it in the summer. EHS TDM uses mixed heating to help speed up the warming process and uses underfloor heating combined with hot air blowing for maximum impact.
EHS Split: The EHS Split is highly efficient and reliable throughout the year as it can work with additional devices. This means the system is very flexible to your heating needs and can be adapted to suit. This model has also had some adaptions made for an improved performance by including a low noise fan, anti-snow mode and silent mode for night time.
Benefits of Samsung Heat Pumps
Samsung Heat Pumps are efficient, powerful and manageable as an all-in-one heating system. The user can create a comfortable environment with a range of operation and easy convenience with wireless control. Below are some of the key benefits for using this type of heating system.
- Powerful Heating – This System offers an advanced heating performance at a low ambient temperature with a heating capacity of approximately 90% at -10 °C.
- Low Noise Levels – The noise levels are as low as 47dB.
- Energy Efficient – Samsung systems provide the highest quality of eco-friendly heat pump technology, helping you significantly save.
- Smart Wi-Fi – Manage the temperature in your home anytime and anywhere wirelessly.
- Range of Operation – Create the right comfort with your home to suit your needs even down to -25°C
Costs and Savings
It’s difficult to determine an accurate price evaluation of Samsung Heat Pumps since the final result will depend on many factors such as the size of your home, overall consumption required for desirable temperature and usage. You can contact us for a quote on Samsun Heat Pumps and for any additional advice on this type of heat pump system.
The efficiency and savings from your heat pump will depend on two external factors which are the heat you want your radiators to give out and the temperature of the air outside. The colder it is outside means there is less heat to capture so the unit will need to work harder to produce heat.
Green and Energy Efficient
The key is the efficiency with which the heat is transmitted from the outside to inside, predominantly in lower temperatures. This is why Samsung Heat Pumps are so successful. Its effectiveness means that less energy is required to produce hot water, saving on bills and reducing the impact on the environment.
Heat pumps tend to use electrical energy to capture renewable heat from the air in the garden. On average you can capture 2 kWs of energy for every 1kW of electrical energy. This means you will get 3kW of heat for only 1kW worth of electrical input making this system 300% effective.
Samsung Heat Pump Installation
The installation of a Samsung Heat Pump is a relatively easy one since the unit is external and pre-plumbed. The pump itself will be located outside near a wall of the property and serve by using the heat from ambient air for heating and hot water. The unit is connected to a pre-plumbed cylinder with a built in buffer tank/ this is usually located on the ground floor of the property. This is generally a useful addition to any system as a literal buffer for the air pump that has to go off and on consistently. The pre-plumbed tank that holds the properties domestic hot water will be supplied with the buffer tank to include a secondary coil to receive heat from an external heating source, usually solar panels. For any sort of Heat Pump installation it is beneficial for you to contact a professional company that has expert individuals who can advise on the correct model for your home.