Traditional heat pumps can’t function much below 0 C, so you need an auxiliary heating source like an electric or gas furnace.
Fujitsu’s revolutionary design will heat your home all the way down to -20 C. It’s pretty rare for central Vancouver Island to see temperatures at -10 C, which means you can always depend on your Fujitsu to heat your home with no backup system, saving you additional heating and maintenance costs for a second heat source.
Regular outdoor heat pump units run around 75 decibels – that’s as noisy as a vacuum cleaner!
With Fujitsu’s breakthrough design, noise is reduced to 53 decibels – about the same as your refrigerator.
You and your neighbours will appreciate the quieter operation of a Fujitsu heat pump, especially when it cycles off and on.
Traditional heat pumps run at 100% capacity all the time, just longer or shorter periods, depending on the outside temperature.
Fujitsu’s new design matches capacity to the outside temperature. The warmer it is outside, the less capacity used. And lower capacity means less energy consumed and less sound generated.
Not only are Fujitsu units quieter than conventional heat pumps, they’re a lot smaller. They take up less of your yard, and give you more options where to place the units.
Traditional Heat Pump vs. New Fujitsu Heat Pump
No place for a conventional indoor heat pump unit? Fujitsu’s unique multi-position air-flow design allows you to fit the indoor unit to the space you have.