The heat pump is an air-conditioning system that we frequently hear in the house heating in recent years and is becoming increasingly widespread in our country. We are more familiar with the air conditioners, chiller and refrigerators we use in our homes is actually a heat pump. The concept of heat pump has emerged with the idea that the heat can be drawn from the environment and transferred to the high temperature zone by the reverse operation of the Carnot Cycle. The basic operating principle of the system is to heat the heat from the outside air, soil or water source (rivers, lakes, etc.) used as a low temperature source in the winter months. or transfer to a water source.
New heat exchanger and new compressor have been developed in order to achieve high efficiency in the new series. As a result of these studies, the KXZ Series reached approximately 40% higher cooling efficiency (EER) and approximately 8% higher heating efficiency (COP). Mitsubishi VRF Air Conditioner The KXZ Series has a working range of approximately -20 degrees of heating and +46 degrees of cooling. There is a wide range of indoor units with 17 models and 92 models, including open and concealed types, offering good solutions for all applications. Mitsubishi Heavy VRF Systems will continue to develop products in order to provide high energy saving, low cost, space saving and comfortable air conditioning solutions.
Bodrum Rainbird and Hunter Automatic Irrigation Systems Automatic irrigation systems are developed for healthy and regular watering of plants. Thanks to the savings of around 30% in irrigation, regular and regular watering, reduction of plant deaths and diseases, saving manpower and time, the system pays off itself after a while.
Water Pipe in floor heating; 35-50 C hot water is circulated through the pipes laid on the floor and the floor and thus the environment are heated. The pipes used in the floor heating are plastic based. In the case of heating with water pipe, modulation panels with heat insulation feature are installed on the floor of the building and pipes calculated on these panels are laid at regular intervals.