Panasonic offers complete Aquarea range

Published:  01 November, 2017

Panasonic, Aquarea

Panasonic has announced a complete All-In-One H Generation range of air to water heat pumps. This compact and super-efficient series spans six capacities from 3kW-16kW and is an ideal solution for any application.

Building on its flagship Aquarea All-In-One unit, the H Generation All-In-One is a unique heating and hot water solution that integrates the hydro kit and 185 litre DHW tank into a single unit. This range eliminates the need for a buffer tank to guarantee a minimum volume in the heating system, all whilst maintaining a high capacity and efficiency.

Not only is the All-In-One extremely efficient even at temperatures as low as -20°C, but it also offers significant energy saving properties. Additionally, these systems incorporate a maintenance-free stainless steel tank with a high degree of thermal insulation, meaning energy losses are significantly reduced as a result.

Panasonic’s H Generation is available in sizes 3kW, 5kW, 7kW, 9kW, 12kW and 16kW to provide a suitable system for any application. The 3kW and 5kW systems meet September 2019 ERP regulations by achieving an A+++ rating. All remaining units hold an A++ rating for both low and medium temperature applications.

Advancing the original design of Panasonic’s All-In-One system, the H Generation boasts a sleek, modern unit which ensures easy installation and maintenance. All electrical components and piping connections are located at the front of this model and accessible through an easy-to-remove panel, which helps to reduce installation costs and save installers up to 50% on installation time.

For more information on this story, click here: November 2017, 164

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