Beyond comprehensive heat pump solutions, NEWNTIDE provides tailored services and guidelines for its customers or for them to spread the knowledge to their customers whether they are first-time users or seasoned pros.
Winter is just around the corner, and it's time to prepare your heat pump for the cold months ahead. To get the best out of your air source heat pump this winter, take the time NOW to make sure the system is in tip-top condition.
Here are 6 tips for you to start up a heat pump in winter.
Fins cleaning: Check and clean heat pump fins. Make sure it is clear of debris, snow, leaves, or any obstructions. Unrestricted fins are crucial for efficient airflow for good performance.
Refrigerant levels: Refrigerant plays a fundamental role in the air source heat pump. There are two methods that help confirm whether there is any leakage or not after a long-period pause.
Method 1: Unpack the heat pump and check if any oil leakage marks on the copper pipe surface.
Method 2: Turn on the unit and check if a low-pressure error flashed on the wire controller. Any positive answer means refrigerant leakage.
Electrical connection: Inspect the electricity wires. Ensure there are no loose connections or visible electrical issues.
Water pipe connection: ensure there are no blockages or leakage issues in the piping system, no rust on valves, cleaning filter valve.
Water pressure: see if the water pressure is within the normal working range. If abnormal, fulfill the expansion tank, ensuring a good water cycle before starting the heat pump operation.
Thermostat calibration: Before you start up your heat pump, make sure the thermostat is calibrated correctly. Ensure it accurately reflects your desired indoor temperature. Correct settings will help maintain comfort and save energy.
NEWNTIDE monobloc or split-type air to water heat pumps show their high efficiency and reliability for space heating through long and cold winters. Be sure to take a few minutes to check on the above things before starting up the unit for this winter. And leave the rest on the NEWNTIDE heat pump.
Remember, proper maintenance not only keeps you comfortable but also extends the lifespan of your heat pump and helps you save on energy costs. Contact the professional heat pump manufacturer NEWNTIDE for more on products and services!