The heat in the environment is indirect solar energy, stored in water, air and soil. The heat pump will remove heat precisely from these heat sources to later be used for heating your home.

The high energy efficiency INVERTER Air/Water pump is a modern, efficient, and clean solution that guarantees the comfort of your home, while always respecting the environment. A smart way to use Nature's resources in order to improve your quality of life. With this solution, you will be making a serious commitment to the reduction of harmful emissions into our atmosphere, thus contributing to the planet's natural balance.

The INVERTER Air/Water heat pump has been developed to meet both domestic and industrial needs, for climatization (heating and cooling) and Domestic Hot Water solutions.

Using an integrated heat pump solution to cool and heat a building can also result in a lower initial investment and more simple operation and maintenance procedures.

The INVERTER Air/Water heat pump use DC INVERTER technology. The DC INVERTER technology differs from any other existing technology on the market since it possesses compressors with the capacity to vary the frequency of operation according to the exact comfort needs of the house HVAC. There is therefore lower energy consumption.

The INVERTER system reduces system start-up time, allowing for the required room temperature to be reached more quickly. As soon as the correct temperature is reached, the inverter ensures that it is constantly maintained.

Since an inverter monitors and adjusts the room temperature whenever necessary, the power consumption drops by about 30% compared to a traditional on/off system.
Heat pumps are systems that use the principle of thermodynamics to extract natural heat from ambient air into your home. ENERGIE heat pumps are the ideal solution to increase energy efficiency, taking advantage of the environment as the main source of energy.

There is a cooling liquid that is pumped to an outdoor heat exchanger (evaporator). Here the liquid, with the help of a fan, absorbs the energy from the atmosphere to the temperature differential obtained outdoors. During this process, the liquid changes to a gaseous state. The gaseous state is sucked in by the mechanical part of the system, the compressor. Here it is compressed, the pressure goes up and consequently the liquid temperature increases. After this, the liquid travels to a second inside heat exchanger (condenser) and transfers heat to the water in the cylinder. The fluid goes into liquid state by cooling down. The liquid pressure is reduced due to a strangulation that happens in the expansion valve and the process starts again.

Power Supply - 230V~/ 50Hz
Power supplied Heating (Nom./Max) kW 11.85~15.75
Cooling (Nom./Max) kW 7.85~11.61
Power consumed Heating (Nom./Max) kW 2.36~4.67
Cooling (Nom./Max) kW 1.98~4.98
COP (1) Nominal - 5.02
EER (2) Nominal - 3.96
Energy efficiency class at 35°C (3) Medium climate - A+++
SCOP(2) - Seasonal efficiency at 35°C (3) - 5.13
Energy efficiency class at 55°C (3) Medium climate - A+++
SCOP(2) - Seasonal efficiency at 55°C (3) - 3.97
Maximum consumption power kW 5,3
Maximum consumption current A 24,5
Refrigerant (R290) / CO2 Eq. Kg / Ton 0,85 / 0,00255
Compresor - DC Inverter
Sound power at 1m dB(A) 42
Sound power dB 58
Hydraulic Connections Diameter Inches 1”
Circulator - Integrated
Water flow (min) m3/h 1,7
Hydraulic circuit load loss kPa 45
Dimensions (AxLxP) 1287x928x500
Weight Kg 160
(1) Air temperature (DB/WB) 7ºC/6ºC; Water temperature (inlet/outlet) 30ºC/35ºC | (2) Air temperature (DB/WB) 35ºC/24ºC; Water temperature (inlet/outlet) 12ºC/7ºC | (3) In compliance with EN14825 and Delegated Regulation (EU) No. 812/2013
Heating Time ( Δt=35ºC) hh:mm 00:28 00:37
COP / SPF (4)   3,32 3,36
Consumption Profile (4)   L XL
Energy-Efficiency (4) % 139 140
Quantity of Hot Water Available (40ºC) (4) L 258 332
Energy Class (4)   A+ A+
DHW Maximum Temperature ºC 55 55
(4) A14/W10-54, in compliance with EN16147 and Delegated Regulation (EU) No. 812/2013

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