Inverter Heat Pumps

What is an Inverter heat pump?

Inverter heat pumps use a variable speed compressor motor, the motor speeds up and slows down as needed to achieve and maintain the required temperature, the result is that the desired temperature will be reached more quickly and maintained more efficiently than a fixed speed motor.

Fixed speed motors reach the desired temperature more slowly as the output is fixed, once the temperature is reached they maintain the temperature by switching the motor on and off. By varying the output an inverter heat pump can speed up the time taken to achieve the initial temperature and thereafter maintain a constant temperature without the need to keep stopping and starting the compressor to control output.

This enables Inverter Heat Pumps to intelligently adjust according to the pool temperature demand, and to continuously perform with the highest efficiency in the most cost-effective way.

Rated 5.00 out of 5
£1,269.00 - £4,389.00 inc. VAT

£1,057.50 - £3,657.50 ex. VAT

£1,500.00 - £3,936.00 inc. VAT

£1,250.00 - £3,280.00 ex. VAT

£829.00 - £1,099.00 inc. VAT

£690.83 - £915.83 ex. VAT

Benefits of Inverter technology

  • Variable speed compressor and fan
  • Higher COP = Higher efficiency
  • Lower speed = Quieter operation
  • Lower speed = Energy savings
  • More accurate temperature control
  • Soft start = no current spikes