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Burners for Heat Pumps

Heat pumps use burners as a source of heat. In a heat pump system, the burners are typically used to provide auxiliary heating when the temperature outside is too cold for the heat pump to be effective on its own. The burners are activated when the heat pump is unable to meet the demand for heat, and they provide additional heat to help keep the space warm. 

The heat produced by the burners is then used to warm the refrigerant in the heat pump's evaporator coil. The heated refrigerant is then circulated through the rest of the heat pump system, where it transfers heat to the indoor air before returning to the evaporator to be cooled and reheated. The burners in a heat pump are typically controlled by a thermostat and only turn on when needed to supplement the heat provided by the heat pump.

Other Heat Pump Parts

Compressor Evaporator Coil Expansion Valve

 

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