Air-to-air heat pump maintains even temperature

Since persons with high spinal cord injuries frequently do not tolerate excessively high or low temperatures it is important to maintain a constant temperature indoors

Air-to-air heat pump sitting on a wall, indoor unit
Air-to-air heat pump, indoor unit

An air-to-air heat pump takes heat from the air outdoors to heat the air indoors. On hot days it can even cool the house. Cooling capacity is enough for the living room, kitchen and bedroom.

Users comments
The user does not tolerate extreme temperatures. In summer he benefits greatly from the cooling unit. It is difficult to get the municipality to pay for the heat pump since temperature intolerance is not a visible disability.

Purchased from
Heating supplier

Paid for by
Local government

Air-to-air heat pump sitting on the bottom of the outer wall, outdoor unit
Air-to-air heat pump, outdoor unit

Tipsare: Anonym 1

The person lives together with his wife and an child in a house. He is working part time. He was injured in 1975 and has a high tetraplegia (C5). Through hand surgery his grip function improved in both hands. He has personal assistance 7 hours a day.