Air-source heat pumps can deliver water at 80°C flow

Rotec heat pump

The Rotex Heat Pump Solar Unit hitemp is an air-to-water unit that can achieve a flow temperature of up to 80°C using compressor power only. Heat is stored in an internal unit that finally transfers its heat into an hygienic storage tank lining to the heating and hot-water system. Its high flow temperature makes possible the direct replacement of an existing boiler.

At its peak, 80% of solar energy can be converted into usable heat. When the HPSU is used with Rotex flat solar panels installed on the roof, even greater energy savings can be achieved. These panels can convert 96% of the Sun’s energy into heating and hot water.

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