When winter plunges you into sub-zero territory, your primary heating source is not always enough to keep your house and family comfortable. Supplementing your existing oil, gas, propane or wood system is a must, especially when temperatures drop to -5º F, -10º, and beyond. Hyper-Heating technology is designed to provide you with year-round comfort even in the dead of winter. Especially in the dead of winter.
Split-ductless heat pumps solved a big problem for people in temperate regions of the country. These systems, which feature an indoor and outdoor unit, allowed them to cool and heat their homes without the hassle, expense and inefficiency associated with furnaces, stoves, and other traditional air conditioning methods.
How do they work? Heat pumps use refrigerant to transfer heat. In the winter, they absorb warmth from the outside air and transfer it inside. In the summer, they extract warmth from the home and transfer it outside.
Until now, these heat pumps left you out in the cold. Designed for moderate climates, traditional models can’t handle extreme temperatures. As sub-zero weather sets in, the refrigerant doesn’t work as efficiently. The pumps can’t bring in enough heat. Patented Hyper-Heating technology, though, erases the 20°+ separating you from year-round comfort, energy savings and increased efficiency.
Hyper-Heating INVERTER® (H2i®) technology uses an enhanced compressor system to deliver heat down to -13° F. When the weather outside is frightful, you’ll be snug and warm. Supplementing your existing climate control system with Hyper-Heating offers a number of other benefits:
They can adapt to meet the changing needs of your home so you enjoy year-round comfort in extreme temperatures. Don’t let the term “Hyper-Heating” fool you. They cool as effectively as they heat. You don’t need a separate unit, or another expense, to condition your home in the summer.
Supplementing your oil, gas, propane or wood heating systems is a reality for those of us in the coldest regions of the country. Thanks to Hyper-Heating technology, efficient, effective ductless heat pumps are also a reality.
This article and its content are sponsored by Mitsubishi Electric US Inc., Cooling & Heating Division.