Karlsson Klimat AB


What does a heat pump do?

- The heat pump compresses a gas that becomes hot, if cooled condensates the gas into liquid. - When the liquid passes a restriction, such as a clogged tube, the pressure drops on the liquid and boils to gas in the evaporator. - When boiling, the gas absorbs heat and then the evaporator becomes cold. - When the gas is re-compressed and then cooled, for example the radiator water in the house, the circuit is closed and the house can be supplied    the heat recovered from evaporation plus the energy supplied.

Why develop the Ice-Stick?

- Avoid environmental degradation with boreholes in the mountain, ie, mountain heat. - Avoid problems with permafrost, ie mountain and geothermal heat. - Avoid groundwater disasters, ie groundwater and rock heat. - Avoid noise from fans, ie air and cooling heat. - Avoid energy consumption on the outside of the house, ie fans, pumps and defrosting. - Combining the art with technology, an ice sculpture where the heat absorption surface is enlarged. - Regular gasol with refrigerant. - No audio problems with the unit (for XP model). - Connect directly to the radiator water. - Only a moving part, the compressor. - Better efficiency.

What is ice heat?

- It requires a large area where the ice can be formed. - When the water vapor in the air turns into frost, the steam emits 628 Wh of heat during condensation to water and an additional 93 Wh upon freezing to ice per kg of water    (1.4 kg caught frost frost gives the ice pole 1 kWh heat).