Air source heat pump HPP-I
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air source heat pump
air source heat pump
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air source
for swimming pools
Other characteristics
Heat output

Max.: 20 kW

Min.: 9.5 kW

Cooling power

3.9 kW, 5.2 kW, 7.4 kW


Dantherm’s new range of HPP-i inverter heat pumps are specifically designed for heating small and medium sized outdoor swimming pools and spas. The low energy consumption coupled with high heat production makes the HPP-i heat pump an environmentally friendly way to heat your swimming pool. Unlike alternative ways of heating pools, the HPP-i heat pump requires no fuel storage tank or high capacity electrical supply. It produces no smell, fumes or CO2 gases. HPP-i heat pumps are designed to work all year round when temperatures are above -5°C. Thus, the pool season can be extended for several months. Rapid installation, flexible operation Dantherm HPP-i heat pumps are easy to install and fully selfcontained units. When it comes to operation, the HPP units offer a quiet, high efficient, reliable, and safe performance. Controls The HPP heat pump has an integrated controller with a touchscreen user interface. The basic functions are: Function settings for: Heat, Cooling or Heat/Cool 24-hour time clock Timer ON/OFF Parameter adjustment APPLICATIONS: Outdoor swimming pools Outdoor spas Outdoor therapy pools Salt water pools Inverter heat pump Average COP 9.7 = 2 x more efficient than on/off heat pumps Eco-friendly refrigerant R32 = 675 GWP, (Global Warming Potential) 9-11 dB(A) sound reduction compared to an equivalent on/off heat pump, with ‘Whisper Mode’ Multifunction operation functions can be set to heating, heat/cool and cooling Soft start-up Aluminium alloy Built-in Wi-Fi module - smartphone control with the Pooltherm App (App Store - Google Play)
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