of Air Conditioning Heating
Air source heat pumps operate by taking some of the residual heat from a large volume of air and transferring it into a much small volume of air. By concentrating the heat, the air temperature is raised and made suitable for interior space heating.
Almost all modern air conditioning systems are able to work as heat pumps, in what is referred to as “reverse cycle heating” mode. This is a very efficient means of heating, so it is well worth specifying a unit that has a dual heat
Allcool supplies and installs new air conditioning units to new-build and existing premises. Typically, they will have a reverse cycle function incorporated into the design. As a result, they can help to provide a cost-effective solution whilst maintaining a stable temperature and a comfortable working environment throughout the year.