Bosch heat pumps are highly efficient, electric solutions for heating and cooling residential homes and commercial buildings. Driven by industry-leading inverter technology, Bosch heat pumps are designed for smart and sustainable home comfort.

What Are Heat Pumps and How Do They Work?

Heat pumps use electricity to provide indoor heating and cooling. These versatile systems operate by transferring heat from one area to another. Heat pumps achieve this through a cycle of four main processes: evaporation, compression, condensation, and expansion. In warmer months, heat pumps extract heat from inside the home and expel it outside to cool indoor spaces. During the colder months, the operation process is reversed. Heat pumps in heating mode extract heat from outdoors (via air, ground, or water), and move it inside to provide indoor heating.

How Do Inverter Heat Pumps Work?

Bosch heat pumps are driven by highly efficient inverter technology. Conventional heat pumps frequently cycle on and off, which can cause uncomfortable temperature fluctuations. However, inverter-driven heat pumps are able to self-adjust. The inverter compressor is able to change its frequency to match the demand for heating or cooling, providing a consistent, comfortable room temperature.

Benefits of Heat Pumps

Because heat pumps do not rely on fossil fuels, these systems offer an energy efficient alternative to traditional furnaces and air conditioners.
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