Renewable Energy Heat Source Heat Pump

ZENERAL HEATPUMP INDUSTRY CO., LTD

Overseas Installation Example

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Company name ZENERAL HEATPUMP INDUSTRY CO., LTD.
Established  1984/11/6
Capital Fund 70,000,000 Japanese Yen
President and CEO Yoshiro Shiba 
Head Office& Factory 121 Mishinden Odaka-cho Midori-ku Nagoya 459-8001 Japan
Main Office 7F Toshin Meieki Build.    (2-45-14 Meieki Nakamura-ku Nagoya 450-0002 Japan)
Phone: 81-52-589-9010   Fax: 81-52-589-9011
Branch Office 6 offices (Tokyo area , Hokkaido area, Tohoku area, Hokuriku area, Nishinihon area, Kyushu-area)
Business Area ・Ground Source (Geothermal) Heat Pump system 
・Water Source Heat Pump 
・Air-source Heat Pump 
・On-site Remote Controll system
・Maintenance 
Membership

・Geo-Heat Promotion Association of Japan

・Chubu Geo-Heat Promotion Association

・Chubu Refrigeration Industry Association

Heat Pump & Thermal Storage Technology Center of Japan

The Japan Regrigeration and Air Conditioning Insdustry  Association

・The Society of Heating, Air-Conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan

・Aichi Equipment Association

The Geothermal Research Society of Japan

Main Customer  Toyota Tsusho, Major Construction Company
Award received May 2004 / June 2007/ Feb 2011/ Feb 2012/ Feb 2018/ Feb 2018

What is a Heat Pump?

How does a heat pump work?  
Heat pumps transfer heat from low to high temeprature by circulating a substance called a refrigerant.
Refrigerators and air conditioners are both examples of heat pumps.
Comparing to boilers or absorption chiller which need to generate heat, Heat pumps only transfer heat, so that  it can provide significant energy savings over conventional heating  due to their low running costs.

*Q1+E=Q2 【law of the conservation of energy】

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The coefficient of performance , called as the COP, is defined as the ratio of the desired effect from the heat pumps.  
COP is determined by dividing the energy generated from the heat pump by the electrical energy needed to run the heat pump.
The higher the COP is, the more efficient the heat pump is.
While the electric heater COP is 1.0, the COP of heat pump is 3.6 in cooling, and 4.6 in heating, and 8.2 in simultaneous cooling and heating.   Therefore, it is a highly efficient system which can convert to large amounts of heat energy with less electric energy consumption.

 
Overseas Installation Example