Represents the type of heat pump, specifying whether it is an air-source or ground-source heat pump. Air-source heat pumps absorb heat from the outdoor air, while ground-source heat pumps, also known as geothermal heat pumps, extract heat from the ground.
Denotes the maximum power output of the heat pump in kilowatts (kW), indicative of the heat pump's capacity to heat or cool the space.
Stands for the Seasonal Coefficient of Performance at a specific temperature condition (B0/W35) in a cold climate. It represents the efficiency of the heat pump in converting electrical energy to thermal energy under specified conditions.
Is indicative of the noise level of the heat pump, measured in decibels (dB). It helps in assessing the acoustic comfort provided by the heat pump during operation.
Indicating whether the heat pump has an integrated domestic hot water boiler, signifying its capability to provide hot water for domestic use in addition to space heating or cooling.