Air-to-Water Heatpump

Toyotomi Air-to-Water Heat Pump Systems are a cost-effective, energy-efficient, and environmentally friendly method of providing ambient temperature to your house. Knowing that the use of natural gas for heating purposes will be banned in near future, an air-to-water heat pump is a great alternative. In simple terms, the air-to-water pump uses ambient air to heat water and then distributes that heat through a house, usually through radiant floors or a radiator. Air-to-water heat pumps make 1.5 up to 4 times more heat energy than the electrical energy the pump consumes. Air-to-water heat pumps are extremely effective at providing heat or cooling and cut carbon emissions by half.

  • Monobloc

    Monobloc (10)

    Connect this heat pump directly to your water heating system and experience the highest level of comfort, along with easy and flexible installation. Monobloc heat pumps are typically easier to install as they require less complex refrigerant and water piping connections.

  • Split

    Split (10)

    Monobloc units have all components in a single outdoor unit, while split type units separate the components into outdoor and indoor units for more flexible installation options.

  • All-in-One

    All-in-One (1)

    These all-in-one heat pumps are designed to provide both heating and domestic hot water (DHW) functions, offering a convenient and efficient solution for residential or small-scale commercial applications. They are often preferred in situations where space is limited or where a streamlined installation process is desired.