Air-to-water heat pumps offer high flow temperature

ICS Cool Energy offers a range of air-to-water heat pumps for systems where there is a need to combine high-temperature water for space heating and sanitary purposes with air conditioning. Space heating, with a COP of up to 4.2, can easily be provided by radiators without any major changes to an existing distribution system available on site.

These AW-HT units provide an output of 65°C in ambient temperatures as low as -12°C, with a minimum operating temperature of -20°C.

A flow temperature of 65°C minimises the modifications required to an existing heating when replacing oil- or gas-fired boilers.

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