Most heat pump systems use the Vapour Compression Cycle, a thermodynamic cycle that produces heat from mechanical work (or electricity, on a regular basis), using a refrigerant as a working fluid.

The Vapour Compression Cycle begins in the compressor, where the working fluid in vapor state is compressed, increasing its pressure. After this, the working fluid produces the useful heat at high temperature in the condenser, where it condenses into a liquid state. The liquid already condensated at the condenser outlet is sent to the expansion valve, where it reduces its pressure. The evaporation of the refrigerant, where heat is extracted at low temperature from a heat source, closes the cycle.

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