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Reversible heat pump AQUACIAT POWER™ ILD R-32
air/water

reversible heat pump
reversible heat pump
reversible heat pump
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Technology
reversible, air/water

Description

Reversible heat pump without hydraulic system, hydraulic version with or without buffer tank available as an option 3 energy versions Standard efficiency version High Nominal Efficiency version (Option) High Seasonal Efficiency version (Option) 3 different sound level versions: Standard - Very Low Noise (VLN) - Ultra Low Noise (ULN) 3 hydraulic versions Base unit Version with hydraulic pump (Option) Version with hydraulic pump and water buffer tank (Option) Available in 12 models sized from 602 to 2000 Operating range : Heating capacity : 180 to 480 kW Cooling capacity : 160 to 540 kW Use : The new generation of AQUACIATPOWER water-to-water heat pumps provides an optimal solution to all cooling applications in offices, healthcare facilities, commercial premises and collective housing. These units are designed to be installed outdoors and do not require protection from adverse weather conditions.The range has been optimised to use ozone-friendly R-32 refrigerant. The use of this refrigerant guarantees compliance with the most demanding requirements for environmental protection by reducing the carbon foot print up to -80% and increased seasonal energy efficiency SEER /SCOP +10% versus R-410A solution. Description : R-32 refrigerant Compact design and small footprint for outdoor installation RAL 7024/7035 metal housing Two independent refrigerant circuits Electronic expansion valves New-generation, high-efficiency SCROLL compressors Axial fans with optimised profile composite blades AC fixed speed fan motors (base unit)

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