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Lately, more and more consumers are now focusing on the cost of heating, as well as on environmental protection.
Traditional heating systems cost a lot while they are not environmentally friendly. So the consumer is looking to find that heating solution that will give him maximum efficiency, low maintenance costs, while being ecological.
Operating principle of the heat pump
Air-to-water heat pumps are considered to be a renewable source of Heat and Cooling as they derive the greatest amount of energy they attach from the environment, unlike conventional heating systems that burn fossil fuels such as oil or natural gas to produce heating.
They act as absorbing and energy-absorbing engines from the ambient air that they deliver to the refrigerant to produce indoor heating, consuming a very small percentage of electricity (1/3 of their rated power). Thus, as renewable energy machines, they significantly reduce energy consumption and minimize CO2 emissions.
Heat pumps are the most ideal solution to the energy challenges of the future as they can reliably provide you with total thermal comfort of the room and hot water all year round
They are designed in such a way that they provide heating even in the coldest days of the year, cooling as a central air conditioning system and hot water at the same time, available at all times. It's a one-on-one solution !!
What is COP?
COP is a measure of the efficiency of the heat pump under typical operating conditions. A heat pump operating at COP 4.0 means that it supplies 4 kWh of thermal energy, consuming 1 kWh of electricity.
Inverter - smooth start - adaptability
Inverter technology makes the heat pump able to change its performance according to your needs, saving a significant amount of energy.
It has been statistically proven that a thermal comfort system operates in the majority of its time on a partial load. Analog adjustment of the power of the unit with the help of the inverter achieves a higher degree of COP performance and thus energy savings.
Ideal for every application
Installing an integrated air / water heat pump system adds value to your home, ensuring higher energy efficiency with obvious benefits in your pocket and in the environment. It is no coincidence that they are considered by experts to be a renewable energy solution of "green character".
This device can be easily integrated into existing facilities, such as residential renovations, system extensions as a primary source of heating, and new applications utilizing the full potential of its operation.
It can be combined with any existing heating sources, such as fossil fuel oil (oil), solar collector, and fireplace, but also the indoor installation, such as ideal underfloor heating systems, low temperature radiators, and fan coil units. .
The system consists of an outdoor unit comprising:
the indoor unit installed inside the house,
and the water storage tank.
It is controlled by the state-of-the-art electronic controller (controller) integrated in the indoor unit.
The electronic controller includes a variety of functions beyond the above basics, such as:
daily and / or weekly programming,
rapid water heating,
emergency operation and
Also the heater compensation function is very important, in which the controller regulates the heating water supply temperature in accordance with the weather conditions, in order to reduce the energy consumption.
In this way, COP performance in nominal conditions reaches the value of 4.5 instantly, and may reach 5.7 per year. This simply means that for every 1 kw of energy it consumes it yields up to 5.7, making it the most economical heating solution !!
Connectivity & Installation
Flexibility in the installation
Heat pumps are highly versatile in the installation, as they can be combined with most types of heating such as:
underfloor piping circuit,
low temperature bodies;
The indoor unit can be safely installed inside the house, even in a cupboard or outside. It does not require a chimney or other special equipment.
The outdoor unit can be installed on a balcony or on the roof.
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