1. Reduction in energy consumption
Without doubt the first argument for opting for such technology: the significant reduction in energy consumption. Over a year, the saving is between 30 and 40% compared to a conventional heat pump. The higher the COP, the lower your electricity bill.
2. Operation that adapts to your use
Thanks to its intelligent operation, the heat pump takes into account the temperature of the water and the ambient air to regulate itself. It therefore operates automatically and adjusts to your needs.
At the beginning of the season, the temperature rises quickly.
At the height of the season, it will adjust and run at low speed to maintain the water at the right temperature.
3. Low noise levels
Due to its low speed operation, the noise level of the heat pump is considerably low. The choice of fans (e.g. variable speed brushless technology) also contributes to this noise reduction. This is a significant advantage in small spaces where the heat pump is placed close to your house, or where it does not disturb the neighbourhood.
4. Low impact R32 refrigerant
Pool heat pumps with full inverter technology use R32 refrigerant. In addition to inverter technology, the use of R32 refrigerant, which is more efficient and environmentally friendly than the traditionally used R410A, results in a lower impact.
The benefits of a full Inverter heat pump compared to a traditional heat pump
The main difference between a full-Inverter heat pump and a conventional heat pump is the start-up of the heat pump:
A conventional heat pump (on/off) starts up using all its power, and may cause some noise pollution. It switches off once the set temperature has been reached. It will restart as soon as it is necessary to correct a temperature difference (even for 1°C). It should be noted that frequent start/stop operation consumes a lot of energy and tires out the components.
A full inverter heat pump, on the other hand, starts up gradually and does not cause a peak in consumption. When the set water temperature is almost reached, it activates its idle mode without switching off. It then simply adjusts its operating intensity to keep the water at the desired temperature.
A full-inverter heat pump is, of course, a little more expensive at the outset, but it offers good guarantees in the long term. In particular, its life span is extended. Because the full inverter heat pump does not generate peak loads, the components do not run at full speed. As a result, parts wear out more slowly and the heat pump has a longer service life.
Post time: Jul-19-2022