A NEW CONCEPT OF SOLAR HEAT PUMP

The ULTRA SOLAR BLOCK is an all-in-one solution. A Thermodynamic Solar Heat Pump built to the highest standards of quality with outstanding performance. With a compact design, it performs Central Heating and produces Domestic Hot Water, using the latest DC Inverter technology. ErP Ready.


  • SOLAR PERFORMANCE
  • SIMPLE INSTALLATION “PLUG AND USE”
  • INDOOR UNIT REQUIRES SMALL SPACE (less than 1 square meter)
  • INTEGRATED DHW DEPOSIT (SOLAR BLOCK ULTRA PLUS) OF 200 LITERS IN AISI 316L STAINLESS STEEL
  • DHW PRODUCTION UP TO 70ºC IN HEAT PUMP MODE THROUGH HEAT RECOVERY
  • MAXIMUM DISTANCE BETWEEN INTERIOR UNIT AND OUTSIDE UP TO 20M
 

TECHNICAL FEATURES

INSIDE UNIT       ULTRA12 ULTRA PLUS12 ULTRA16 ULTRA PLUS16
Heating Capacity (1) Power supplied   kW 5 - 19 8 - 26
  Maximum power supplied   kW 18,70 25,8
Heating Capacity (2) Nominal power supplied   kW 10,30 16,2
  Nominal consumption   kW 2,15 3,45
  COP   kW 4,80 4,7
Heating Energy Class     A++
Dimensions HxWxD   cm 106X60X80 195x60x80 106X60X80 195x60x80
Weight     Kg 115 243 115 243
Maximum temperature     ºC 55 | 60
Hydraulic Connections   Inlet/Outlet   1”M
Domestic Hot Water(3) Tank   L   200   200
  Material       INOX AISI 316L   INOX AISI 316L
  Temp. max. (compressor only) ºC   60   60
  Electrical backup   W   1500   1500
  Water connections Cold / Hot     3/4”M   3/4”M
  COP DHW(3)       3,27   3,27
  Tapping profile       L   L
  Efficiency   %   138   138
  Energy Class DHW       A+   A+
Refrigerant Type     R410A
  Preload   Kg 3,5
  Connections Liquid   1/2”
    Steam   3/4”
Sound pressure (distance 10m)   dBA 65
Alimentação Elétrica   Type   230V or 400V
  Electric cable 230V mm2 3G6
    400V mm2 5G4
  Protection Circuit Breaker 230V   46A
    400V   32A
OUTSIDE UNIT - SOLAR PANELS
Number       12 16
Dimensions HxWxD   mm 200x800x20
Weight     Kg 8
Type       Passive Solar Evaporator
Material       Anodized Aluminum
CONNECTION BETWEEN UNITS
Maximum nominal distance   m 20
Maximum Drop   m 15
(1) According to EN14511; Air temperature DB/WB 14°C/13°C; Water temperature inlet/outlet 30°C/35°C; Solar radiation 800w/m2
(2) According to EN14511; Air temperature DB/WB 7°C/6°C; Water temperature inlet/outlet 30°C/35°C; Solar radiation 400w/m2
(3) According to EN 16147, A 14 / W 10-54

THERMODYNAMIC SOLAR SYSTEM
OPERATING PRINCIPLE


EQUIPMENT

> Without ducts
> Without ventilators
> Without defrost cycles that use up energy
> Super efficient compressor with low energy consumption
> No need to install support equipment
> Hot water guaranteed, available day and night, hail, rain, wind or shine up to 55ºC

SOLAR PANEL

> Captures heat regardless of climate.
> Primary circuit does not need to dissipate excess heat on hotter days.
> Easy integration with architecture, versatile, no visual impact.

 

 

The Thermodynamics Solar System joins two incomplete technologies, the heat pump and the solar thermal collector.
Heat pumps are quite efficient equipment but the heat they produce from their renewable component varies only according to changes in the temperature of the environment.
Thermal solar collectors are the best source of heat on hot and sunny days but they are totally inefficient whenever there is no sun.
The Thermodynamic Solar Technology manages to surpass the limitations of both the heat pump and solar collector technologies.
Through the cooling liquid (R134a or R407c) which covers a closed circuit, the liquid goes into the solar panel and suffers the action of sun, rain, wind, environment temperature and other climate factors. During this process the liquid gains heat in a more favourable way than a heat pump. After this stage, the heat is transferred to an exchanger with the help of a small compressor, which heats the water. The liquid cools down and the circuit is repeated.
As the fluid has a boiling temperature.
Of approximately -30ºC, the system works even when there is no sun and it even works at night, providing hot water at 55ºC, day and night, hail, rain, wind or shine, unlike the traditional solar thermal system.
The energy consumption of the system is basically the same as a fridge compressor that makes the liquid circulate. There are no ventilators that help the evaporation process, or defrost cycles, which imply unnecessary energy consumption, unlike what happens with heat pumps.
 


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