Your best place online to find heat pump condensing units

The place online to find outdoor condensing units for air-source heat pump systems. Standard to high efficiency split-system heat pumps and condenser compressors.

Heat pump outdoor, split-system, air-source condensers online.

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Heat Pumps: Outdoor Condensing Units

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Heat Pump Equipment

Go to Air Handlers / CoilsHeatPump Air Handlers / Coils linkAir Handlers & Coils

In colder weather, it is normal for a heat pump condenser to run longer.

Heat Pump Condensers:
Terms & Online References

Condensing Coil / Finned / Wrapped
Contactors / Single / Double Pole
Defrost Controls
Diagnostic / Logic Control Boards
Electric Voltage / Low / High
Fan Motors / Blades
High Efficiency
Hard Start / Potential Relays
Heaters / Oil
Orifices/ TXV / TEV
Package Units
Pressure Switches / Sensors
Reciprocating Compressors
Refrigerant Types
Reversing Valves / Solenoids
Rotary Compressors
Scroll Compressors
SEER / HSPF Ratings
Service Valves / Schrader
Split Systems
Subcooling & Superheat /
Temperature Switch / Sensors
Time Delays
Variable Speed Compressors
Variable Speed Motors

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By Category: Heat Pump Equipment

Go to Indoor Air Handlers / CoilsHeat Pump Indoor Air Handlers / Coils linkIndoor Air Handlers & Coils

A heat pump system works on the principle of a lower temperature at a higher volume of air.

A heat pump condenser is just the reverse cycle of an air conditioner. In air conditioning systems, indoor heat is "absorbed" through the flow of refrigerant and expelled outside. In a heat pump system, it's just the opposite.