What Is A Heat Pump?

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A heat pump hot water system works by a refrigerant gas contained inside an evaporator absorbing heat from the ambient atmosphere. The refrigerant is then compressed causing the refrigerant to heat.

The heated refrigerant then transfers heat into the water of the tank either through pumped circulation or tank wrap/coil immersion heat exchange.

The process then repeats until all the water stored in the tank is heated to a full sixty degrees.