R32 Inverter Split Air To Water Heat Pump for Home Heating/cooling And DHW
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R32 Inverter Split Air To Water Heat Pump for Home Heating/cooling And DHW

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Monoblock system:

In the monoblock type heat pump, the refrigerant system is completely integrated in the external unit. Such a solution ensures, above all, good thermal insulation, space saving and quiet operation of the device. In addition, the compact design ensures easy installation and simple maintenance.

R32 monoblock heat pump



  • R32 Gas-Low GWP

  • Good SCOP, energy label rating W35℃ A+++/ W55℃ A++

  • Smart logic to control multiple heat source

  • Climate curves suitable for different countries

  • House heating,cooling and domestic hot water

  • Full inverter system,Stable and efficient performance


Space heating Series is specially developed with the most cutting-edge heat pump technology and modern design to meet stringent requirements for efficiency, stability and quietness. Not only does Space heating Series use R32 green gas, but also is rated with A+++ energy label. With top energy rating A+++, the unit is energy efficient and can greatly reduce energy bills for users.


key function

Key Functions:

R32 environmental refrigerant

R32 environmental refrigerant

Air source heat pumps using R32 refrigerants can not only improve the efficiency and energy utilization of equipment, but also help reduce damage to the atmosphere, making them more environmentally friendly.


We choose MITSUBISHI compressor for the heat pump. It ensures stable working in the perfect performance.



DHW tank disinfection

The DHW tank disinfection function is used to kill legionella by 65°C water to ensure the health and safety.

DHW tank disinfection    

Climate curve

You can choose different climate correlation curves or your own customised curve. Once the curve is selected, the unit sets the outlet water temperature automatically according to the outdoor ambient air temperature.

Climate curve

Floor preheating and drying

Protect your home floor by activating the Floor Preheating function which slowly increases the heating temperature of the floor coils, avoiding possible floor damaging and transitioning smoothly to the heating function. The Floor Drying Up function provides an additional solution to the installer as it helps remove any residual moisture from newly installed floor coils, further protecting the installation and ensuring the optimal and effective operation of the heat pump.

Floor preheating and drying

Two heating circuits

Two heating circuits [as standard]

• More flexibility thanks to two control zones

• Independent control of underfloor heating and radiator heating temperature

• No need to purchase an extension module for second heating system

Two heating circuits

Application with multiple heat source

Application with multiple heat source

Smart design to work with other heating facilities in your house, like solar, gas boiler and etc, make sure you to pay the lowest bill for heating !

Application with multiple heat source

How efficient is an air to water heat pump?

Air-to-water heat pumps are gaining popularity because more and more people are looking for affordable and eco-friendly heating solutions. By using the surrounding air to generate heat, these heat pumps have become a dependable and efficient choice for homeowners who want to reduce their carbon footprint and save energy. We will delve into the details of air to water heat pumps and their effectiveness.

When you use an air-to-water heat pump, you are reducing your annual carbon emissions by up to 2,800 kg of CO2. This is comparable to consuming more than 1000 liters of gasoline! The reason behind this is that the pump generates a greater amount of heat compared to the electricity it consumes.

Electricity is used by air to water heat pumps, yet they surpass traditional heating systems in terms of efficiency. By utilizing a condenser, heat exchanger and refrigerant, these pumps generate significantly more thermal energy compared to the amount of electricity they consume.

In reality, an air to water heat pump has a performance rate of 200%-400%, which is also referred to as a coefficient of performance (COP) of 2 to 4. This implies that it can generate electricity up to four times the amount it consumes. It achieves this by harnessing low-quality air and transferring it through the system to create efficient heating and hot water for your house.

Ultimately, as long as your heat pump has a COP greater than 1, you are producing more heat energy than the electrical energy you are using. In general, air-to-water heat pumps exhibit a COP of approximately 3, indicating that they produce three times more heat than the amount of electricity they consume.

Make sure to achieve optimal cost-effectiveness:

Thorough preparation is crucial in order to achieve optimal cost-effectiveness when installing a heat pump, regardless of whether it is for a remodeling project or a brand-new building.

The coefficient of performance (COP) changes based on the outside temperature, decreasing its effectiveness during extremely cold weather.    Nonetheless, air source heat pumps exhibit impressive performance throughout the year and have gained significant popularity in colder regions like Scandinavia.   Air source heat pumps are highly compatible with underfloor heating due to their ability to function at lower temperatures. 

At first, the costs associated with installing an underfloor heating system alongside a heat pump can appear substantial.    Nonetheless, within the initial year of installation, you will notice a reduction in your electricity bill and experience enhanced comfort within your property.    Depending on the specifics of your system and its location, it is possible to recoup the costs of your heat pump within a span of 12 years.

If you have radiators in your current heating system, you may want to think about using air to water heat pumps as well.    If you prefer not to switch to underfloor heating, it is important to keep in mind that the effectiveness of the heat pump when combined with radiators relies on them being the right size for the heating needs.    In this situation, larger or double-panel radiators would be the best choice.

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