What is the lifespan of a heat pump?

A heat pump is an environmentally friendly and highly efficient heating and cooling system that can be used to heat and cool your home.

Lifespan of a heat pump

But how long does a heat pump last?

The average lifespan of a heat pump is around 16 to 18 years, although some modern heat pumps like those from Kanartic can last even longer.

The lifespan of a heat pump depends on several factors, including:

- the quality of the installation: Cleaning the lines as well as vacuuming are very important for the longevity of your machine. This is why we recommend using our pre-vacuumed lines to ensure the highest quality installation. Our pre-charged lines are made from premium "SUPER CLEAN" copper that we find in Europe.

- the quality of the parts: at Kanartic , we pay very close attention to the quality of every single part. All machines are built to strict specifications. For example, the electrical system has been scaled down to support wide ranges of electrical variations 150V-270V.

- the quality of maintenance: very important to ensure good long-term operation, we have implemented a simple and effective automatic cleaning system.

It is therefore important to consult a professional to carry out a deep cleaning at least every 2-3 years to maximize the lifespan and ensure correct and efficient operation for years.

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