The air to water heat
pump provides excellent performance and environmental benefits for a variety of
commercial applications, and is very energy efficient, resulting in significant
reductions in electricity and carbon emissions.
Our air-to-water heat
pumps use safe and efficient CO2 as the refrigerant, which is a natural gas
compared to other products using standard refrigerants, which is not harmful to
the environment. The heat pump provides a constant hot water supply from 60°C
to 90°C and maintains full capacity at low ambient temperatures, so has the
added benefit of not requiring an external heating source, reducing
installation time and costs.
How Commercial Air to
Water Heat Pumps Work?
A heat pump uses a CO2
cold refrigerant to absorb "free" heat from the outside air and uses
its unique 2-stage compressor to put the refrigerant under high pressure to
raise its temperature. The onboard heat exchanger then uses the heat from the
refrigerant to generate hot water.
1. High performance
*Water supply from 60C
to 90C, even if the outdoor temperature is as low as -25C
*Ability to maintain
100% heating capacity down to -7°C
2. Simple operation
* Advanced yet simple to
operate LCD touch screen panel
* User-friendly schedule
setting and one-click fill operation
3. High efficiency
*Highest coefficient of
performance in the industry (4.3 mid-season)*
* Dramatically reduce
operating costs and CO2 emissions
4. Long-term reliability
* High quality robust
5. Responsible for the
*GWP [Global Warming
*ODP [Ozone Depletion
Our air-to-water seeks
to provide energy, cost and carbon savings. Our heat pumps can be used for
cooling, supplying hot water, and our CO2 air-to-water heat pumps are also
introduced for space heating applications.
The extreme flexibility
of our CO2 heat pumps allows them to be installed in many commercial heating
applications and can effectively replace traditional gas and oil fired boilers.
Commercial Air to Water Heat Pump Specifications:
Power Range: 20kW, 25kW, 28kW, 30kW, 35kW, 40kW, 45kW, 55kW, 60kW, 90kW, 100kW, 115kW, etc.