Geyser C-Series

Air Source Heat Pump

These highly efficient Commercial Air Source Heat Pump Water Heaters remove excess heat and reduce humidity from the surrounding air and use it to heat water up to 150°F. This process provides cool, dehumidified air reducing the load on your buildings air conditioning system.

Geyser C-Series

Water Source Heat Pump

Our high efficiency Commercial Water Source Heat Pump Water Heater provides the most efficient way to heat water up to 150°F. These units absorb heat from various water sources and transfer that heat to your domestic hot water or process water.




Geyser C-Series Air Source Heat Pump Applications:

  • Domestic & process water heating
  • Pre-heat water for boiler applications
  • Supplement air conditioning
  • Temperature controlled rooms

Geyser C-Series Water Source Heat Pump Applications:

  • Domestic & process water heating
  • Pre-heat water for boiler applications
  • Offload source water to chiller system
  • Source water can be used in manufacturing






W ater heating is one of the largest uses of energy at home and in many commercial and industrial applications. Water is heated in various ways, most of them not very energy efficient. Heat pump water heating is recognized as the most energy and cost efficient way to heat water. This is our focus at Nyle Systems.

As you can see illustrated in the chart to the right. Installing a heat pump water heater can save your family or business a substantial amount of money. This bar chart compares the costs of what an average family spends annually on water heating. Heat pump water heating outperforms all traditional ways of heating water.

Nyle Systems has a long history in heat pump solutions. We were one of the early pioneers in heat pump water heating in the USA. When you buy a Nyle Heat Pump Water Heater, you buy an American made quality product. We pride ourselves in service and support.


How It Works


T he image to the left illustrates a basic refrigeration cycle that is used in our heat pump water heaters. Based on the unit selected, the system in your heat pump may be more elaborate, but the basic principles apply.

Air is drawn through the evaporator coil where heat energy is captured and transferred to the refrigerant flowing through the evaporator. The refrigerant, now a gas, passes through the compressor and becomes a superheated hot gas. This superheated gas now enters the condenser where it transfers its heat energy, using a double wall heat exchanger, to the domestic hot water. The superheated gas condenses back to a liquid and the process repeats.

During this process, a circulator pump is continuously moving water from the storage tank, through the condenser, raising the temperature of the water. Temperature rise and water flow rates vary per configuration and conditions.


Why Nyle Systems?