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Building services engineers_consultants, contractors, end users
Polyvalent heat pumps can provide an extremely versatile solution to the problem of decarbonising heat. They can heat or cool, but are most effective when operating in simultaneous heating and cooling mode, making use of the otherwise rejected heat produced from the production of chilled water. This presentation covers the basics of polyvalent heat pumps and how they can be applied to satisfy all of a buildings heating and cooling requirements, crucially, without the use of boilers.
Course title and key points covered
Polyvalent Heat Pumps - A guide to the intelligent, all-electric heating and cooling system 1 What are heat pumps, how do they work? Basics covered 2 What is a polyvalent heat pump - explanation 3 Applications, 2 and 4 pipe systems 4 Case study - Polyvalent vs traditional chiller and boiler system