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20 Jul 2012 03:07:18

High temperature air to water heat pump: heating system for the home



Daikin Altherma systems are manufactured to the highest standards and achieve seasonal efficiencies of over 320% in the UK climate; i.e. for every 1kW of energy consumed 3.2kW of heat energy is available.

The HT system is ideal for large residential or commercial applications, hospitals, restaurants, schools and can connect to radiators, under floor heating, convector units, DHW storage cylinder and solar panels.

The HT ‘high temperature’ system is capable of water temperatures of up to 80°C using a cascade based refrigerant cycle. This specialist system is available in 3 capacities, single and three phase, for heating and/or hot water. There are 4 cylinder sizes available.

All Space Air Daikin Altherma Systems come complete with a prefabricated piping kit to ensure a fully optimised system for maximum energy savings.

Space Air supplies easy to understand operational guides with every Daikin Altherma system and wattmeters to monitor energy consumption.

For more information please contact us.


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