U.S. startup Harvest Thermal’s smart heat pump system is also said to reduce carbon emissions from heating and hot water production by 90% compared to gas systems.
The company updated its units to prevent the buildup of defrost ice for the growing New England market.
The manufacturer’s Aegis heat pumps – which can produce water temperatures up to 185°F – have been installed in California, Florida, New York and Tennessee.
With COVID safety measures, the HVAC&R trade show will feature R744 products from a number of manufacturers.
The air-source Heat2O is said to deliver a COP up to 4.11.