Are you considering cellar cooling but don’t want to waste energy? Using waste chill in conjunction with a dehumidifier could be the answer. But how does it work, and what are the benefits?
Cellar cooling is a type of hydronic heating and cooling system. It works by using an air source heat pump or a geothermal heat pump to draw air from outside into a cellar, where it is cooled and then circulated around the home. This process helps to reduce temperatures in hot weather, making your home more comfortable.
The use of waste chill in conjunction with a dehumidifier can help you save energy when it comes to cellar cooling. Waste chill is the cool air produced by refrigeration systems that would otherwise be wasted. By using this cool air alongside a dehumidifier, you can reduce humidity levels in the cellar as well as keeping temperatures down. Not only does this make your home more comfortable, but it also reduces your energy bills.
In addition to saving energy, installing a heat and chill recovery system can also help you reduce costs. Heat pumps are usually quite expensive to run, so by using waste chill you can significantly reduce the amount of energy needed for cooling. In fact, depending on your location and climate, it’s estimated that you could save up to 40% on your energy bills compared to traditional cooling methods such as air conditioners or electric fans.
If you’re looking for an experienced team of engineers and installers who specialise in hydronic heating and cooling systems, look no further than Euroheat Australia in Perth. With over 30 years’ experience designing and constructing these systems, they can ensure that your system is installed correctly and safely with maximum efficiency. They also offer design services so that you can get the most out of your system – no matter what size or budget – and reap the full benefits of installing a heat recovery system for cellar cooling purposes.
So why not give Euroheat Australia a call today to find out more about using waste chill in conjunction with a dehumidifier for cellar cooling? You could soon be enjoying cooler temperatures while saving money on energy bills too!