Brine-water heat pumps
WPC 10 S
- Integral DHW cylinder for mixed water volumes from 240 litres at 40 °C
- Ideal heat pump for detached houses
- Thermal insulation with low thermal losses
- Easier handling through split design and handles
- Little space required due to the compact design and reduced installed height
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Product detailsCompact brine | water heat pump for indoor installation. An internal 200 litre DHW cylinder with internal indirect coil makes this heat pump particularly suitable for areas where space is at a premium. The integral WPM 3i heat pump manager enables fully automatic weather-compensated control of the heating system. The integral heat and electricity metering uses data from the refrigerant circuit, and values can be called up via the manager. High efficiency circulation pumps for the brine and heating side, as well as a multi stage booster heater for mono mode operation and pasteurisation are integrated in the appliance. To minimise the transfer of structure-borne sound to the building, the refrigerant circuit is mounted on an anti-vibration mounting plate. Pressure hoses for connection on the heating and heat source side are part of the standard delivery. The heat pump drive unit is equipped with a hermetically sealed compressor, soft starter and heat exchangers with optimised heat transfer for improved efficiency. The heat pump casing is made from robust, galvanised, powder-coated and stove-enamelled sheet steel, combined with an aluminium designer fascia. To make handling the heat pump easier, the refrigerant circuit can be separated from the cylinder module with little effort. Handles are provided, as well as lifting eyes for handling by hoist. As an option, the heat pump can be switched via a home network or the internet using a PC or mobile end device (requires additional accessories).
Ground source heat pump WPC 10 S
Please ask your local power supply utility or a registered electrician to install appliances that are not fully wired, i.e. ready to plug in. The electrician should also be able to assist you with obtaining the agreement of the respective power supply utility required for the appliance installation.