Axial fans with optimised profile composite blades
EC type motor with electronic pole switching and rotors with permanent magnets (standard on the HE series)
Electrical cabinet equipped with remote control transformer, safety switch, numbered wiring
Control module with Connect Touch microprocessor and a large range of auto adaptive functions
Interface with intuitive multilingual 4.3” colour touchsceen.
Web server (IP) for access to the interface screen
Communication with the CMS via the MODBUS/JBUS protocol as standard (LON and Bacnet option
Reversible heat pump without hydraulic system, hydraulic version with or without buffer tank available as an option
2 versions for different energy requirements
Standard energy version (ST)
High Energy Efficiency version (HE)
Range of use:
Heating capacity: 180 to 480 kW
Cooling capacity : 160 to 510 kW
The new generation of AQUACIATPOWERwater-to-water heat pumps provides an optimal solution to all cooling applications in offices, healthcare facilities, commercial premises and collective housing.
These units are designed to be installed outdoors and do not require protection from adverse weather conditions.The range has been optimised to use ozone-friendly HFC R410A refrigerant. The use of this refrigerant guarantees compliance with the most demanding requirements for environmental protection and increased seasonal energy efficiency (ESEER).
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