A heat pump is a machine or device that moves heat from one location (the 'source') at a lower temperature to another location (the 'sink' or 'heat sink') at a higher temperature. They work by exploiting the physical properties of an evaporating and condensing fluid known as a refrigerant
Since the heat pump or refrigerator uses a certain amount of work to move the refrigerant, the amount of energy deposited on the hot side is greater than taken from the cold side.
What is COP?.....Coefficient of Performance is the amount of heat moved per unit of input work required. A typical electric resistance heater has a COP of 1.0. That is, one joule of electrical energy will cause a resistance heater to produce one joule of useful heat, while under ideal conditions, one joule of electrical energy when used for heating a Swimspa or Spa on a mild day of say 10 °C, a Catalina ECOheat pump has a COP of between 3 and 4 and up to 6.8 at 25 °C
Why choose a Catalina Eco Heat Pump?
They consume a small amount of electrical energy
Will save up to 80% on energy bills
3 years Full Guarantee
Friendly on the environment
Heats and cools
Rust proof cabinet