Air/water heat pump SHERPA® AQUADUEwater/waterresidentialinverter

air/water heat pump
air/water heat pump
air/water heat pump
air/water heat pump
air/water heat pump
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Characteristics

Type
air/water, water/water
Sector
residential
Other characteristics
inverter, high-temperature, for hot water
Heat output

Min.: 3.8 kW

Max.: 16 kW

Cooling power

Min.: 5.6 kW

Max.: 12.8 kW

Description

The AQUADUE® patented technology thanks to the combination of an air-water cycle with inverter technology and a second stage water-water guarantees the cooling or the heating contemporary to the DHW production at high temperature, indipendently from the outside temperature. Overview SIMULTANEOUS AIR CONDITIONING AND DHW ANTILEGIONELLA CYCLES NOT NECESSARY DHW UP TO 75°C WITHOUT AUXILIARY RESISTANCES AND INDEPENDENT FROM OUTSIDE TEMPERATURE BOILER VOLUME REDUCTION TOUCH SCREEN DISPLAY Features DHW (Domestic Hot Water) production at a high temperature, up to 75 ° C. DHW management: a group of water-water heat pumps integrated in the indoor unit provides domestic hot water at a high temperature regardless of external weather conditions. Continuous absolute availablity of DHW: guaranteed by the redundance of the double refrigerating circuit system. Antilegionella cycles avoidable using the refrigeration cycle at high temperature. 2-stage electric heater: single or double strength activation to support the heat pump through a simple configuration of the electronic control. Each stage is activated according to the actual need of thermal power in order to optimize power consumption. Configurable points: two set points in cooling mode Three set points in heating mode (one of them for DHW): the set points are also selectable by remote contact.

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