This CO2 heat pump functions the same as a heat pump using conventional refrigerants. By using carbon dioxide as a refrigerant, heat pumps can operate more efficiently in high temperature ranges and operate more efficiently in low ambient temperatures. With a maximum outlet temperature of 90°C, CO2 heat pumps can be used to produce domestic hot water.
CO2 heat pumps combined with buffer tanks can also be used to replace existing gas boilers for space heating. Existing central heating installations typically require a minimum supply temperature of 80°C. Therefore, CO2 heat pumps are an excellent device for making existing buildings more sustainable.
CO2 heat pumps are suitable for collective heating in apartment buildings, small district heating systems, swimming pools, sports accommodation, sanitary hot water production in hotels and holiday parks. By combining the central heating system with hot water production, the seasonal coefficient of performance (SPF) becomes better.
Power supply 380V/3N/50Hz
Heating Method Direct heating / circulating
Maximum power input 16,100 W
Refrigerant code R744(CO2)
Noise level ≤ 62 db(A)
Maximum flow 2.4(A)
Water pipe interface size DN20
Applicable ambient temperature -25~+43 ℃
Casing material Hot-dip galvanized sheet metal plate Finishing powder coating