Heat pumps absorb energy from the air and use that energy to heat the house and provide hot water.
Our range of low temperature heat pumps is a leader in this field, being the first to receive the European ECO label for meeting stringent ecological and performance standards. It was also the first heat pump to receive the silent badge for its low sound level.
High energy efficiency:
Low temperature heat pumps are suitable for low temperature distribution systems such as floor heating, low temperature radiators and fan coil units. The lower the outlet water temperature, the more efficiently they operate and therefore the lower the operating costs. The low temperature heat pump series can achieve a COP of up to 4.66 on the A7W35. Water temperatures of 55°c can be reached in space heating and 60°c in domestic water.
The high efficiency of the heat pump is made possible by the vapor compression cycle, which uses a small amount of electricity to generate heat for your respective hot water and heating systems. Heat pumps follow the same principles as standard household refrigerators, but provide heating instead of cooling.
The basic operation of a heat pump can be simplified as follows:
1. Ambient air is drawn into the system through the outdoor fan unit, causing the refrigerant in the system to boil.
2. This refrigerant can boil at very low temperatures, which causes it to change state and become vapor. This vapor is then compressed by an electric compressor to further increase the temperature. (This is where the electricity costs to run the heat pump come in)
3. The heat generated by this process is then transferred to the building's hot water and heating systems.
4. The refrigerant vapor passes through the expansion valve, which cools the refrigerant back to its liquid state. The cycle is then repeated.
Different sizes and configurations
The low temperature heat pump range covers a range of capacity configurations and accessories, offering solutions for different house types and sizes. Heating capacities range from 4 Kw to 16 Kw.
Our heat pumps have the following configuration options:
1. Single system (outdoor unit only)
2. Hydro-Split system (water base between indoor and outdoor units)
3. Cooling-split system (based on cooling between indoor and outdoor units)
1. Single heat pump system
A monolithic system combines all components in a "self-contained" outdoor unit so that the hot water pipes can be connected directly to the heating and hot water systems. There are 4 models to choose from: 9kW, 11kW, 14kW and 16kW.
2. Hydro-Split Heat Pump System
The Hydro-Split system consists of an outdoor unit and an indoor unit. The unit is similar to a monolithic unit in that the plumbing entering from the outdoor unit is water based. The main difference between hydraulic split and integral units is that there is also an indoor unit with a built-in controller. The indoor unit is available as an integrated floor-standing unit (180L or 230L with built-in tank) or a wall-mounted unit option, allowing you to install a third-party hot water tank. Available in three sizes: 11kW, 14kW and 16kW, they are typically installed in new build properties greater than 200 sqm.
3. Refrigeration split heat pump system
The refrigeration-split system consists of an outdoor unit and an indoor unit. Outdoor units are smaller in size than hydraulic diversion systems. Instead of water, the refrigerant is then piped to the indoor unit, which is available as a wall-mounted unit or a floor-standing unit. Available in 3 models: 4kW, 6kW and 8kW, they are usually installed in newly built properties with a floor area of less than 200 square meters.
Advantages of Cryogenic Heat Pumps
1. Reduce heating bills by up to 50%.
2. Renewable heat source.
3. Energy security (no gas or oil connection required)
4. Increase the BER level.
5. Excellent solution for Part L in new construction
6. The heat pump has no carbon monoxide emissions.
7. No flue is required, so the location of the indoor unit is flexible.
8. Go through your electricity provider's graduation bill instead of a one-time big oil bill.
9. 24/7 monitoring via smartphone app.
10. Reduce carbon emissions.
Heat pumps operate extremely efficiently in new build properties and in well-insulated existing homes. It will be your favorite appliance.
Contact us for more information
If you are not sure which configuration is best for your project, please feel free to contact us. We are happy to provide you with professional advice!