Hi folks, First off let me say what a great website this is. There are so many folks here with lots of great advice.
If someone wouldn't mind I have a question about my Hydron 5 ton heat pump. It has the de-superheater attached. What I don't understand is how it can produce hot water? The way I understand it, the water coming in from my well is about 50 degrees (this time of year anyway in NH) and that is run across a heat exchanger. The air is then compressed which heats it up and blows into the house. My question is where is the heat coming from to then warm water for the 87 gallon tank? I would think that the 50 degree water has been pretty much drained of most of it's "heat" in order to warm the air. What am I missing? Thanks for any response.