Heat from the environment and indirect solar energy, stored in water, air and soil. The heat pump will extract the heat from precisely these heat sources and use it later for air conditioning your home.
The AQUAPURA SPLIT heat pump for domestic water heating (DHW) with high energy efficiency is a modern, efficient and clean solution that guarantees comfort in your home while always respecting the environment. It is an intelligent way of using nature's resources to improve your quality of life. By adopting this solution, you will make a serious commitment to reducing harmful emissions into our atmosphere, thus contributing to the natural balance of the planet.
It is a solution that is suitable for both domestic and industrial use, i.e. for installations with a high consumption of hot water, such as hotels, residential complexes, hospitals, sports halls, etc. The heat pump for AQUAPURA SPLIT is a direct condensation technology. It consists of two parts:
A split heat pump unit that is installed outdoors A DHW storage tank installed indoors
The connection between the two parts is made by refrigerant connections (up to 20 metres). AQUAPURA SPLIT can operate with outdoor temperatures down to -15ºC, allowing the production of domestic hot water up to 65ºC only with the compressor, which allows the direct replacement of the cumulus or the existing water heater.
|Water heater||UNIT.||160I||250 I/IX||300 I/IX||500 I/IX|
|Dimensions (ø | H)||m||0,55 | 1,15||0,58 | 1,53||0,65 | 1,39||0,65 | 1,99|
|Material||–||Stainless Steel AISI444|
|Exterior cladding||–||A metal plate|
|Insulation||–||High density polyurethane (55mm)|
|Corrosion Protection||–||Magnesium Anode 1"1/4|
|Maximum Water Temperature||ºC||80|
|Maximum Operating Pressure||bar||7|
|Coil* (ø | length)||m||–||0,025 | 10||0,025 | 10||0,025 | 24|
|A protection indicator||–||IPX1|
|Power of the Electrical System||W||–||1500||2200|
|Refrigerant connections||pol||1/4″ | 3/8″|
|Hydraulic connections (inlet | outlet | recirculation | PT valve | coil*)||pol||1/2” F||3/4M|3/4M| 1/2F|1M||1M|1M|3/4M|1/2F|1M|
**Primary circuit (Te=90ºC; Ts=80ºC); DHW circuit (Te=10ºC; Ts=60ºC)
|Refrigerant connections||pol.||1/4” | 3/8”|
|Food||V / Hz||230 / 50|
|A protection indicator||–||IPX1|
|Electrical power consumption (BC) (avg/max)||W||600 / 1000|
|A thermal power supplied (BC) (av/max)||W||1920 / 3200|
|Maximum distance between refrigerant connections||m||20 (max height10)|
|An outdoor operating temperature range||ºC||-14 / 43|
|A cooling fluid||type/g||R134a / 1600|
|A flow of air||m3/h||1300|
|Declared Racking Orofile||–||L||XL||XL||XXL|
|Water taken at 40ºC||lts||194||323||362||572|
|Annual electricity consumption||kWh/year||759||1202,6||1170||2560|
|*A14/W54 according to EN16147 and the EU Regulation Nº812/2013|
Heat pumps are systems that use the principle of thermodynamics to extract natural heat from the surrounding air into your home. ENERGIE heat pumps are the ideal solution for increasing energy efficiency, taking advantage of the environment as the main source of energy.
There is a refrigerant that is pumped through an external heat exchanger (evaporator). Here the fluid, with the help of a fan, absorbs energy from the environment due to the temperature differential obtained outside. During this process, the fluid gasifies. The gaseous fluid is sucked in by the mechanical component of the system, the compressor. It is then compressed, the pressure rises and consequently the temperature of the fluid increases. Then the fluid moves to a second internal heat exchanger (condenser) and transfers the heat to the water in the tank. The fluid changes back to a liquid state as it cools down. The pressure of the fluid is reduced due to a throttling that occurs in the expansion valve and the process starts again.