Definitions for "HEAT PUMP"
Similar to an air conditioner but can operate in reverse to heat as well as cool. Transfers heat (usually from the air) from one location to another.
A HVAC unit that heats and cools by transferring heat. In cold weather a heat pump draws heat from outside and circulates it through your home's air ducts. In warm weather it reverses the process and removes heat from your house and moves it outdoors.
A mechanical device used for heating and cooling which operates by pumping heat from a cooler to a warmer location. Heat pumps can extract heat from air, water, or the earth. They are classified as either air-source or geothermal units.
Keywords:  exergy, mov, pump, moved, device
a device for moving heat mechanically
a device that moves heat energy from one place to another and from a lower to a higher temperature
a device that moves (pumps) heat from one area to another
a new type of electrically operated HVAC
a Three/Four to one ratio appliance, in that for every three/four kilowatts of heat output, the electrical input is one kilowatt
an actual physics term nothing hillbilly about it
Keywords:  comfort, tech, round, year, saving
a high-tech energy saving device which provides year-round comfort
a year-round comfort conditioning
Keywords:  choice, florida, excellent, good, home
an excellent choice
a very good choice for the Florida home
a versatile product that is extremely necessary in places with varying climates