Heating Pump

A heat pump is a device transfers all the heat energy from a source of heat to what can be called a heat sink. Heat pump move to opposite direction where there is cold space and can warm up the space quicker. The heat pump uses a small amount of external power to accomplish the work of transferring energy from heat source to heat sink. The four main components of heat pump involved are; a condenser, expansion valve, evaporator and compressor.