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Last edited 20 Jan 2022
Closed loop heat pump system
Energy Storage in Buildings, A Technology Overview (BG 73/2018), written by John Piggott and published by BSRIA in March 2018, defines a closed loop heat pump system as: ‘A heat pump system in which a fixed mass of working fluid is entirely contained within pipework.’
- Absorption heat pump.
- Air source heat pumps.
- Ambient loop heat pump system.
- BSRIA definitions.
- Exhaust air heat pump.
- Gas absorption heat pump.
- Ground source heat pumps.
- Heat pump.
- Hybrid heat pump electric panel heating.
- Open loop heat pump system.
- Reverse cycle heat pump system.
- Room-based heat pumps.
- Sewage heat pump.
- Solar-assisted heat pump.
- Types of heat pump.
- Water loop heat pump system.
- Water source heat pumps.
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