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What Is a Heat Pump?

LG THERMA V air-to-water heat pump (AWHP) is a new heating solution providing heating, cooling and hot water for an efficient, comfortable home, replacing gas boilers with renewable technology.

How Does a Heat Pump Work?

The LG THERMA V reduces fossil fuel reliance by harnessing a combination of 25% electricity and 75% outside air : an excellent low-carbon solution. Switch to LG THERMA V to start living more sustainably.

* Each ratio given is given to help to understand and is based on the Coefficient of Performance (COP) 4. Please note that the actual SCOP of THERMA V R32 will be higher than 4 under Lower Temperature & Average Climate conditions. The actual efficiency may vary with water and outside temperatures.

Efficiency and Cost Saving

LG THERMA V can produce up to 4 times as much heat energy as it needs to run. It efficiently heats the home and provides hot water year round. Make an investment that pays you back.

* The efficiency ratio is to help general understanding and is based on the Coefficient of Performance (COP) 4. Please note that the actual SCOP of the THERMA V R32 Series is higher than 4 when under Low Temperature & Average Climate conditions. The actual efficiency may vary with water and outside temperatures.

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The majority of energy consumed in a home is consumed to provide heating and hot water. And as much as 70% of energy used for heating and cooling in Europe comes from fossil fuels. While fossil fuels provide us with a source of heat, the use of fossil fuels is impacting the environment through the emission of greenhouse gases such as CO2. Recent global trends are also causing fossil fuel prices to increase. As you begin to prepare for winter in the coming months, you may have concerns about your heating solution and how you can reduce your impact on the environment while reducing energy costs. Heat pumps may provide you with a solution to these concerns. In this article, we will look at what a heat pump is, how efficiently they operate, how they are better for the environment and how much you can save when opting for a heat pump solution.

As eco-conscious heating solutions are becoming more popular in response to global environmental trends and policies, you may be looking for a cost-saving solution that can get you on track. Heat pumps are innovative and efficient solutions that can do just that. Heat pumps offer lower operating costs and stable operation that can save on maintenance costs. Although these heat pumps can provide efficient heating, hot water, and even cooling, they can be expensive to install without government grants or incentives. When making the choice to switch to a heat pump, there are some important factors to consider, including space for installation, costs, the type of building, and the region in which you live.

Most homes burn fuel or convert electricity to heat for heating. Heat pumps also use electricity. However, thanks to their simple structure and powerful operation, heat pumps use considerably less electricity to accomplish the same goal. Heat pumps are able to extract as much as 75% of the energy they consume from ambient air or geothermal energy and only use 25% electricity. This is why heat pumps have become eco-conscious solutions that can replace systems that use fossil fuels for hot water and heating.

Are you familiar with Global Warming Potential (GWP)? GWP was developed to allow comparisons of the global warming impacts of different gases. The larger the GWP means, the more the given gas warms the Earth compared to CO2 over the given time period. Eco-conscious refrigerants such as R32 used in some heat pumps solutions can reduce the Global Warming Potential (GWP) by as much as 68% over the commonly used refrigerant, R410A. These factors not only ensure eco-conscious products, but also help users comply with government regulations concerning the impact their products have on the environment.

LG THERMA V Air-to-Water Heat Pumps

The LG air to water heat pump line-up features various models differing in installation type, capacity and more.

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Split

• Flexible installation
• Heating, cooling and hot water supply
• A+++ energy class (average climate at 35℃ water outlet)
• Leaving water temperature up to 65 ℃ for R32 / 57 ℃ for R410A / 80℃ for High temperature
• Works at outdoor temperature as low as -25 ℃
• Outdoor unit connects to indoor unit by refrigerant piping
• Free of potential freezing risk
• Wall-mounted hydro box or floor-standing integrated water tank type indoor unit

LG-Heating-Hydrosplit

Hydrosplit

• Only water passes through the home
• Heating, cooling and hot water supply
• A+++ energy class (average climate at 35℃ water outlet)
• Leaving water temperature up to 65 ℃
• Works at outdoor temperature as low as -25 ℃
• Outdoor unit connects to indoor unit by water piping
• Wall-mounted hydro box or floor-standing integrated water tank type indoor unit

LG-Heating-Monobloc

Monobloc

• Simple all-in-one solution
• Heating, cooling and hot water supply
• A+++ energy class (average climate at 35℃ water outlet)
• Leaving water temperature up to 65 ℃
• Works at outdoor temperature as low as -25 ℃
• No indoor space for indoor unit needed
• Safe indoor environment from leaking refrigerant