How Does a Gree Heat Pump Work?


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A Gree heat pump works by using electricity to move heat from the outdoors into a warm house during colder seasons, while moving heat from the indoors to the outdoors during warmer months. Gree heat pumps move and circulate heat rather than generate heat for an energy-efficient solution.

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Heat pumps extract heat from buildings in addition to pollutants in the air to re-circulate cooler, natural and cleaner air into the residence or commercial building. Heat pumps are common fixtures in Southern states where the outdoor air does not typically fall below freezing. Heat pumps are also convenient for home owners with limited storage space for air conditioning units or furnaces because the units are relatively small and cost effective.

Many Gree heat pumps feature high-efficiency, ductless split heat systems. The quiet and compact design provided by Gree sustains energy savings with low voltage start-up features, intelligent defrost and heating capabilities and advanced inverter technology. Many Gree heat pump systems offer sleep mode functions and steady temperatures to reduce costs and increase comfort within a home. Gree heat pump systems feature low ambient cooling, intelligent pre-heating and multiple fan speeds. Equipped with an auto-clean feature and dry anti-mildew design, many Gree heat pumps are designed to circulate natural heating and cooling while also minimizing pollutants in the air.

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