Air-to-water heat pump
Lots of power with good efficiency
Did you know that an air-to-water heat pump is suitable for both new construction and renovation construction?
And did you know that by connecting an air-to-water heat pump alongside an existing oil / bio-oil boiler, savings of up to € 1,000 per year in energy costs can be achieved?
An air-to-water heat pump (also known as an air/water heat pump) has taken a foothold from ground source heat pumps and established itself as an easy and economical form of heating in detached houses. In 2019, almost 6,500 air-to-water heat pumps were already sold to satisfied customers.
Free outdoor energy for good
Jäspi air-to-water heat pumps are suitable for both new buildings and old houses, and are a viable alternative to geothermal energy. Each heat pump captures the free solar energy in the open air and converts it to heat the house and domestic hot water, and the difference between a geothermal heat pump and an air-to-water heat pump is mainly in investment costs. A ground source heat pump needs a borehole, while a water-to-air heat pump does not use a well. With AWHP, a form of auxiliary heating is used, which can be an existing oil / bio-oil boiler or an electric boiler – this gives the old heating system an extension of its life cycle.
Air-to-water heat pump (AWHP) for builder or renovator
The Jäspi air-to-water heat pump range has the most suitable solution – be it a system solution (Jäspi Tehowatti Air) or a solution that is installed in the building alongside an existing system (Jäspi Basic).
The delivery content is very comprehensive, which facilitates installation work on site. The high-quality components of the equipment, which is designed for northern conditions, also bring savings with maintenance freedom and are easy to use.
The delivery also includes MyUpway remote monitoring as standard, which allows the system to be monitored from anywhere. The optional Cool cooling provides additional living comfort during the summer.