What is a DC Inverter Heat Pump?
DC inverter heat pump systems are solutions for heating, cooling and producing domestic hot water using DCI inverter technology.
A DC inverter heat pump removes heat, exists in the air at low temperatures, and regulates the power to maximize the efficiency of that power.
The DC inverter heat pump is the only heat pump system that can guarantee cyclic regulation and/or directional expansion, producing domestic hot water in total heat recovery.
On the other hand, DC inverter heat pumps offer complete control over the living climate.
How does a DC inverter heat pump work?
1. The DC inverter system transfers the heat in the outdoor air through a series of evaporation, condensation, compression and expansion processes of the refrigerant gas (R410A).
2. These processes form a refrigeration cycle that allows the extracted heat to rise to a higher temperature. During winter, the extracted heat is transferred to the distribution system, resulting in heating and domestic hot water. On the other hand, in summer, the cycle is reversed and the split system cools the refrigerant gas, thereby cooling the indoor air, while obtaining domestic hot water through heat recovery.
3. Heat/cooling is distributed through the home system through hydraulic modules and/or direct expansion. The hydraulic module transfers energy from the gas to the technical water (AIR-WATER) in the system via a heat exchanger.
4. The direct expansion module exchanges the energy from the refrigerant gas directly with the air in the home environment (AIR-AIR).
1. Energy class A++
2. Free domestic hot water in summer
3. Minimal architectural impact
4. Increase building value
5. Fast and effective cooling
6. Operating range from -32°C to +50°C
7. Improve seasonal efficiency
8. Domestic hot water temperature up to +75°C