R410a Inverter Energy Saving Domestic Monoblock Air To Water Heat Pump
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R410a Inverter Energy Saving Domestic Monoblock Air To Water Heat Pump

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R410a heat pump



This heating system is specifically designed to be optimal for regions with tropical or subtropical climates such as Southeast Asia, South Africa, South Europe, and other similar areas. It utilizes a heat pump to produce hot water that can reach temperatures up to 60ºC, making it ideal for both underfloor and radiator heating.

The intelligent EE valve incorporated in the design of this system is highly efficient across various ambient temperatures, ensuring that it maintains consistent performance throughout the year. The plug-and-play motherboard also makes it easy to service, minimizing downtime and maintenance costs.

The fan motor in this system is uniquely constructed to operate with exceptional efficiency and quietness, allowing for a comfortable and peaceful living environment. Additionally, the R410a system is available for this product, further enhancing its cooling and heating capabilities.

This heating system provides not only cooling and heating but also sanitary hot water, making it an all-in-one solution for your household needs. Featuring a full inverter, it delivers high performance and energy efficiency, making it a cost-effective choice for homeowners.

installation diagram

Installation diagram:

The heat pump draws free energy from the air and uses it to heat and cool the building or prepare domestic hot water.


The difference between a heat pump and traditional AC system:

It is crucial to note that both the heat pump and the conventional AC system work using power;the heat pump transports heat, not produces it. But the big difference between a heat pump and AC is that, in winter, heat pumps can also move heat in the atmosphere that’s outside your house inside to keep you warm.

Heat pump technology has been around for a while—you can find it in your refrigerator and your old central AC right now—but in recent years it’s gotten exceedingly advanced at keeping homes warm in the winter, even in really cold temperatures and countries like Switzerland and Finland.

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