Air/water heat pump HEAMO AIR SERIES

air/water heat pump
air/water heat pump
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Interior/exterior unit
Heat output

Max.: 337 kW

Min.: 53 kW

Cooling power

Max.: 870 kW

Min.: 40 kW


The 4-pipe heat pumps version of FläktGroup’s HeaMo AIR series (FGAS 2020-4120 AG1/BG2), can give simultaneous heating and cooling or can provide these individually. Simultaneous heating and cooling Excellent efficiency values, SCOP up to 4.0 (eta, s 157%), TER up to 8.5 Low-GWP refrigerant: R-454B (GWP 466) Heating mode with 40 °C at ambient temperatures as low as -15 °C Certified by Eurovent Heating and cooling at the same time with one device Suitable for outdoor installation 2 refrigeration circuits with 2 or 4 scroll compressors Refrigerant R-454B (GWP 466), class A2L according to ISO 817 Environmentally friendly with the GWP reduced by 78% Conforms to ErP directive for heating devices 813/2013 EU Air-side Cu / Al heat exchanger, with optional protective coating Plate heat exchangers as evaporator and condenser EC fans available (option) Built-in warm and chilled water pumps (option) Connect to a BMS via Modbus, LonWorks and BACnet (option) Cooling operation for ambient temperatures from -10 °C to +46 °C Heating operation for ambient temperatures from -15 °C to +35 °C Chilled water temperature -8 °C to +15 °C depending on ambient temperatures Warm water temperature up to +52 °C, or up to +40 °C at -15 °C FläktGroup HeaMo AIR air-to-water heat pumps in 4-pipe design are designed to provide heating and cooling simultaneously or individually, i.e. adapted to current requirements, all year round. With simultaneous heating and cooling loads, the waste heat from the refrigeration process is fed into the warm water circuit.


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