Best prices for high efficiency A/C Air-source heat pump system
HSEER AW12-QPNHS, Air-source heat pump, often used in moderate
climates, use the difference between outdoor air temperatures and
indoor air temperatures to cool and heat your home, at the same
time to supply domestic hot water.
AW12-QPNHS, high efficiency air source heat pump, stainless steel
cabinet, with internal Wilo water pump and electric heater. It is
heating only unit, single phase, R410a refrigeration, designed and
tested by EN14511, approved by TUV china branch, adopt the
following world famous parts:
* SWEP or GEA plate type heat exchanger
* Siemens controller
* Daikin scroll compressor
* Schneider A/C contactor
* Emersion thermal expansion valve
* Emersion dry filter
*Soft start is standard part
How does a air source heat pump work?
An air source heat pump is made up of three main components - an
evaporator coil, a compressor, and a heat exchanger.
The evaporator coil is fitted to the outside of an external wall.
It absorbs heat from the outside air. The compressor pushes the
refrigerant gas through the system compressing it until it is at
the desired temperature (typically up to 35-40 degrees Celcius).
The hot refrigerant then passes through the heat exchanger where
the heat from the refrigerant is transferred to water or air.
The operation of a heat pump can be reversed and used to cool down
the air in a building by radiating it outside - behaving in exactly
the same way as a refrigerator.
Coefficient of performance
Heat pumps are measured by their coefficient of performance (COP).
The COP for air source heat pumps is very similar to that for
ground source heat pumps at approximately 2-3. With a COP for
instance of 3, 3 units of heat are produced for every 1 unit of
electricity consumed. (The two free units of heating were extracted
from the outside air). Even with ambient air temperatures of -10 to
-15 degrees Celsius, an air source heat pump can extract useful
heat (i.e. > 1 unit of heat generated per unit of electricity
AW12-QPNHS technical data
AIR TO WATER HEAT PUMP
Heat output/Power consumption at 7/35℃
Heat output/Power consumption at 7/45℃
Heat output/Power consumption at 7/55℃
Heat output/Power consumption at 2/35℃
Heat output/Power consumption at 2/45℃
Heat output/Power consumption at -7/35℃
Heat output/Power consumption at -7/45℃
Included as standard
Brazed plate heat exchanger
Nominal flow heating medium
Internal pressure drop at nominal flow
Nominal output fan
Max outgoing heating medium temperature
The above data is tested by EN14511