Delhiites witnessed record-breaking winters this year when the mercury touched 1.7 degree Celsius and broke a 117-year record. Leading a normal life in such cold weather is quite challenging. People complained their room heaters had become ineffective and their water heaters ran out of hot water too quickly. Even the 25-litre ones! They would have loved their geysers to be more efficient that allowed them to take longer baths.
Like most ACs become less effective or stop working at temperatures of 46-48 degrees, your heating appliances can also fail at extremely low temperatures. What is the answer to such excruciatingly cold weather when you need day to day hot water for your morning ablutions, bathing, washing vegetables and dishes in the kitchen, or washing your hands after eating a meal?
To manage through record-breaking cold temperatures, your home requires some extraordinary hot water solution, such as Heat Pumps. They provide uninterrupted comfort in the form of continuous hot water for every kind of chore, to every member in large households.
Heat pump water heater is an energy-efficient solution because they simply transfer heat, rather than burn fuel to create it. It is low maintenance, durable water heating solution that beats all other water heating technologies hand down when it comes to large volumes of hot water needs.
What is a Heat Pump water heater?
When you think of cooling a building, air conditioners come to your mind first. Heat pumps are similar to air conditioners and operate in a very similar way. A heat pump is an electric device that uses a small amount of energy to transfer heat from one location to another – here it pulls out the heat from the air and transfers it to water. In both situations, they operate on the same basic principal – heat transfer.
How do Heat Pumps work?
Heat pump water heater transfers heat by circulating refrigerant through a cycle of evaporation and condensation. A compressor pumps the refrigerant between two heat exchanger coils. In one coil, the refrigerant with low temperature and pressure absorbs heat from its surrounding air and in the second coil, the refrigerant with high temperature and pressure transfers heat to water.
How are Jaquar Heat Pumps different?
Jaquar heat pump water heaters come with a lot of benefits. They have a compressor that operates silently and is highly energy efficient resulting in low running cost. They are eco-friendly and have low maintenance too. Jaquar heat pumps have a durable water tank, which lasts very long. Their heating coils are also long-lasting. They come with convenient user modes, temperature settings and an off-on timer. Other features include intelligent defrosting and a memory backup.
Jaquar Heat Pump water heaters types:
There are two options of heat pumps – Monobloc and split heat pump water heaters. In the monobloc heat pump water heater, the heating system is enclosed in the same unit along with the water storage tank. The Jaquar Integra Monobloc heat pumps come in a wide range of capacities.
The other option – the split heat pump water heater – has the heating system enclosed in a separate unit along with a separate water storage tank. Jaquar Integra Split heat pumps start with a capacity of 300 litres and can go up to infinite capacity – simply by adding the number of units.
Jaquar heat pump water heaters cater to both domestic and commercial requirements. While the smaller variants are meant for large houses and villas, the bigger variants, because of their infinite capacity, are suited for hotels, motels, resorts, lodges, guest houses, hostels, hospitals and nursing homes. A heat pump is probably the simplest and most modern solution to cut your electricity bills to a fourth while ensuring almost a perennial supply of hot water.
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