Traditional geothermal water-to-water heat pumps and air source air-to-water heat pumps are excellent options for low-temperature hydronic heating such as radiant in-floor heating. But what if you have a hydronic heating system that requires high-temperature hot water, such as hot water baseboards, radiators, or large quantities of domestic hot water? If this is your situation, you may need a high-temperature heat pump to heat your home or provide domestic hot water heating.
Fortunately, we manufacture two different types of efficient high-temperature heat pumps that can provide hot water, the WH Series heat pump, and the WC Series heat pump.
This high-temperature heat pump can heat hot water baseboards or radiators from an incoming liquid temperature of between 50°F (10°C) and 122°F (50°C). Learn More »
This high-temperature hot water heat pump is ideal for uses such baseboard heating or domestic hot water from a ground loop. Learn More »