R32/R290 Air to Water Hydronic Heat Pump with Hydrobox
The Hydrobox can be connected to underfloor, fan coils and radiators to provide a whole home central heating solution.
For users wanting potable hot water, the Hydrobox can be connected to a third party coiled cylinder.
- Self-contained unit, only requiring water and electric connections
- Single phase power supply with a low starting current
- Low maintenance and quiet operation
- Auxiliary Heat Source Control Function
With its intelligent control system, the NEWNTIDE heat pump can maximize precise cooperation with the existing auxiliary heat sources, such as gas boilers, electric heaters, etc., to ensure efficient and stable operation of each other.
- PV Ready and SG Ready
When the electricity price is high, the heat pump runs as energy-saving as possible on the premise of ensuring the normal heating demand of the user. When electricity price is low, or even free (for example, from solar photovoltaic panels), the heat pump will use as much electric energy as possible.
- Multiple modes
To better meet the different heating needs, the heat pump provides a variety of modes for users to select: a. Cooling, b. Heating, c. OTC, d. DHW Hot Water
- Sterilization Function
By controlling the electric heater in the water tank, the temperature of the domestic hot water tank is heated to a higher temperature to kill the bacteria in it and protect the health of the user.
- User-friendly Operation Interface
The heat pump adopts an intelligent color screen wire controller, which allows users to operate all functions conveniently without the guidance of a professional installation and maintenance team.
|Hydrobox for R32/R290 Heat Pump
|King Heat 6kw
|King Heat 9kw
|King Heat 12kw
|King Heat 18kw
|Master Heat 6kw
|Master Heat 9kw
|Master Heat 12kw
|Master Heat 18kw
|Electric three-way valve
|Water Pressure Gauge
|Automatic Air Valve
|Pressure Relief Valve
|Indoor Unit Net Dimensions(L/W/H)
|Indoor Unit Package Dimensions(L/W/H)
|Indoor Unit Net Weight
|Indoor Unit Gross Weight
What is a heat pump and how does it work?
A heat pump uses electricity to provide both heating and cooling to a building. These appliances are efficient at transferring heat from one place to another, depending on where it's needed. In the winter, a heat pump provides heating by extracting heat from outside a building and moving it inside.
What is the main disadvantage of a heat pump?
It's expensive to install a heat pump
They cost considerably more than a gas installation. Nevertheless, grants are available to reduce the purchasing cost, which is not the case with gas installations. However, even with such grants, the heat pump is still at least 20% more expensive.
Is heat pump better than AC?
Heat pumps are more energy efficient since they pump out more cool and warm air by volume than the energy it takes to run them. Heat pumps require minimal upkeep and only require twice-a-year maintenance.
What is the major problem of heat pump?
Leaking refrigerant is one of the most common causes of heat pump problems. Your heat pump uses this liquid chemical to cool and heat air. As your heat pump's refrigerant supply slowly dwindles, it will struggle to meet the setting on your thermostat, causing it to run longer.
Why heat pumps are the best?
Heat pumps are more efficient than other heating systems because the amount of heat they produce is more than the amount of electricity they use. The amount of heat produced for every unit of electricity used is known as the Coefficient of Performance (CoP).
How long do heat pumps last?
The life expectancy of a heat pump depends on several factors, such as the type of heat pump, your location, and how well the heat pump is maintained. Heat pumps normally last an average of 15 years, though some can wear out after a decade.
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