high temperature air to water heat pump price

High temperature air can have an impact on the price of water heat pumps. Normally, high-temperature air models are slightly more expensive than standard models because they require more heat-resistant materials and special designs to adapt to high-temperature environments. The price generally ranges from 8000 to 15000 yuan. It should be noted that when purchasing, the product’s performance, energy efficiency, and the manufacturer’s after-sales service should be considered. The most important thing is to choose the product that best suits your needs after comprehensive consideration.

The benefits of installing a heat pump

Although they are more expensive than stoves, heat pumps have many benefits. We have listed the most important benefits below.
Tax credit
You can reduce the cost of installing heat pumps through tax credits. Energy Star provides a 30% (or up to $2000) tax credit for air source heat pumps.
energy efficiency
Heat pumps are also more effective than other heating and cooling systems. In the long run, this can save more energy costs.
Save space
Because heat pumps handle all aspects of traditional HVAC systems, you can save space by installing one. Many homeowners can avoid letting the stove occupy basement space
Investment return
The US Department of Energy reports that homeowners who switch to air source heat pumps can save $1000 per year. At least, you will receive a 10% return on investment every year.
security
Heat pumps are considered safer HVAC systems because they do not rely on combustion. Due to lack of maintenance, oil and natural gas furnaces pose greater risks, and compared to other heating options, heat pumps reduce your overall carbon emissions.

EVI high-temperature air source heat pump

Gomon EVI high-temperature air source heat pump is suitable for commercial/industrial hot water heating with a minimum air temperature of -10 ℃ or above.
Efficient and energy-saving
Heat pumps freely absorb heat energy from the air, while electrical energy is only used to drive compressors to extract heat from the air, so its power consumption is only one fourth of that of traditional electric water heaters, saving users a lot of electricity.
Green and environmentally friendly
By utilizing air and electricity, heat pumps do not emit harmful gases during operation. R134A refrigerant ensures fluorine free emissions.
Available 24/7
24/7 operation: Stable operation, unaffected by any wind, rain, or snow weather.
Tolerable
Enhanced Steam Injection (EVI) technology from Copeland compressors, Danfoss electronic expansion valves, Eaton AC contactors and thermal relays, and other brands of heat pump components ensures high quality and long lifespan.
All of our screws and clips (external and internal) are made of stainless steel. The cabinet we use is made of galvanized steel plate, which is more rust proof and durable.
Multiple protection
For example, if there is insufficient water in the system, the system will display high pressure protection and automatically stop the heat pump to protect the compressor from damage. There is also high current protection: if the power supply is unstable, the heat pump will display a high current error and stop the heat pump to avoid compressor damage
Link function
External signal on/off function
Ensure safety
Completely isolate water and electricity to avoid electric shock, explosion, and poisoning.

Product characteristics

According to the provided information, the parameters of the two heat pumps are as follows: in terms of power supply, the former is 220V~240V/50Hz/1ph, while the latter is 380V~415V/50Hz/3ph. The refrigerant is all R134A. In terms of heating capacity, the former has a power of 7.5KW, input power of 2.61KW, COP of 2.87, rated current of 13.2A, maximum current of 17.8A, fan power of 90W, quantity of 1, and water volume of 107L/h. The latter has a heating capacity of 8.5KW, input power of 2.96KW, COP of 2.87, rated current of 5.6A, maximum current of 7.6A, fan power of 90W, quantity of 1, and water volume of 122L/h.

How much does an air temperature heat pump cost?

Most air conditioning brands offer a range of equipment at different prices, from cheap and low-quality options to expensive and high-quality systems. The installation cost of a typical air source heat pump is $3500 to $7500, but the cost of a more well-known high-end brand may be close to $7000 to $11000.

Types of heat pumps

Now that you know how heat pumps work, you can review the various types available. Each has its own advantages and disadvantages, and the price is also different. We will provide a detailed introduction to these below, but professionals can best assist you in evaluating which type is suitable for your home.
Air source
The average cost of air source heat pump units and professional installation is $3500- $7500. These heat pumps store the outside air in refrigerant and compress it, sending hot air into a centralized pipeline in the home to provide heating for each room. Air source heat pumps can be used for up to 20 years without much maintenance, saving homeowners a lot of energy costs.
Compared to other systems, air source heat pumps are usually affordable, and switching from typical resistance heating to air source heat pumps can result in long-term savings.
Geothermal energy
The average equipment and installation cost of geothermal heat pumps ranges from 13000 to 36000 US dollars. Although the efficiency is extremely high in the long run, their startup costs are high due to the large amount of work required for installation.
Geothermal heat pumps collect and store underground constant temperature pipelines, making them an ideal choice for those who want to save on annual energy bills, as the system operates with minimal energy consumption.
Due to the use of heat from the ground, the pipeline must be laid in a trench at least 4 feet deep. The labor cost of this installation is high and varies depending on the depth of pipeline installation.
Mini Split without tube
Mini segmentation without pipes is one of the cheapest options because installation is quite simple and labor costs are lower than other heat pumps. Their average price ranges from $1500 to $5000.
The piping system in HVAC systems can account for 30% of energy loss during operation. They are an ideal choice for households with small areas and limited air conditioning areas, and an effective choice for households that have not yet installed piping systems.
We recommend mini split without pipes for anyone looking for a fast and affordable heat pump in their small house.
Gas
The total average cost of standard gas heat pumps and installation is approximately $4500 to $8000. Heating and cooling systems driven by natural gas may have lower efficiency than other types of heat pumps because they require the use of natural gas, resulting in expensive energy costs each year. However, gas heat pumps are a great choice for commercial enterprises and large buildings. In fact, they are becoming increasingly common in residential areas exceeding 4000 square feet.

Type of Heat Pump SystemTypical Installed Cost
Air Source Split System$1,800 – $8,900
$5,000 – $14,500
Packaged Heat Pumps$3,000 – $7,140
$5,000 – $12,000
Mini-Split / Ductless$900 – $13,340
$2,000 to $17,800
Geothermal Heat Pump$5,000 – $16,560
$9,000 to $25,000

Performance characteristics and price factors of heat pumps

A basic air source heat pump provides 14 SEER efficiency with a single stage compressor. This means that regardless of when the unit is turned on, it operates at full load, which may result in significant temperature fluctuations.
In mild climate conditions, upgrading may not be cost-effective, but you can still enjoy the improved temperature balance and increased summer dehumidification brought about by upgrading.

Fluid heating equipment for heat pumps

The key to a successful hydraulic heating system is to seamlessly integrate multiple heating zones with a single heating/cooling source, enabling the execution of multiple applications. Now, you can easily share your boiler with high and low temperature heating and cooling zones. Your project will be optimized for optimal performance, and installation time will be reduced by a few days. Our pump panel and modular pump station can handle up to 10 unique heating zones in a professionally installed package. The key to any integrated hydraulic heating project depends on the ability of components to communicate and optimize the system appropriately as a complete unit. The hydraulic controller is easy to set up and provides real-time monitoring and on-site system display.

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