Dimplex launches range of air-source heat pumps


Air-source heat pumps from Dimplex are available with five outputs from 9 to 40 kW. The largest offers a flow temperature up to 58°C; it can achieve a COP of 4.5 with an air temperature of 7°C and a flow temperature of 35°C or 3.9 with air at 2°C and water at 35°C. Applications include communal systems for apartment developments and commercial buildings. Several heat pumps can be used in parallel for higher heating loads.

Cooling can be provided by a 35 kW reverse-cycle heat pump, with the rejected heat being used for domestic hot water or heating a swimming pool.

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