Reverse cycle heating and cooling is a type of climate control in which the indoor air is heated or cooled by using the outdoor air as the input. This system works by reversing the process that heat pumps use to move air from the interior to the exterior: in reverse cycle heating, the outdoor air is brought into the building and used to heat the indoor air.
The main benefits of using reverse cycle heating and cooling over other forms of climate control are that it is more energy-efficient, it uses less water, it saves money on cooling costs, and it can be more comfortable because it doesn't require you to wear a lot of clothes in cold weather.
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How does a reverse cycle heating and cooling system work?
In a reverse cycle heating and cooling system, the air conditioner (AC) removes heat from the environment and sends it back into the building. The AC unit then uses this heat to cool down the building. The process is reversed each night, so that during the day the building is heated by the AC unit, and at night the AC unit cools down the building.
Where do you get a reverse cycle heating and cooling system?
A reverse cycle heating and cooling system is a great way to save money on your energy bill. This type of system uses the waste heat from your home’s heating and cooling systems to provide cooling or heating when you need it. To use a reverse cycle system, you first need to install an energy recovery system (ERS).