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Heat pumps for tap water heating
Heat pumps for the heating and cooling of spaces
TerMo - TeHnika kronovšek
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Long-standing experience builds trust
For over 21 years, our firm Termo-tehnika Kronovšek has intensively been working on the development and production of heat
pumps for water and space heating, heat pumps for the heating of pools, cooling systems for the cooling of machinery and
refrigeration devices for the clarification of young wine (must) and the cooling of wine.
A team of flexible and qualified employees represents the basis of our firm, built on knowledge, experience, constant research and
development of the leading-edge technology.
Quality products builds satisfaction
Quality assurance is a basis for a reliable and long-term functioning of a product. The main focus of our firm is reliability and quality
of the products, therefore we have our own laboratory, where developing and testing of new products takes place. At the end of
the production line all products are 100 per cent tested and controlled. The testing is carried out for the entire lifespan of a heating
system. In the production of heat pumps we only use high-quality components by recognized manufacturers, such as: Danfoss,
Electrolux, Luve, Copeland, Swep, Alfa Laval, Austria Email, Honeywell, Ziehl Abegg, Ebm Papst, Alco, Tecumseh, Grundfoss, Willo,
etc.
Satisfied customers build the firm’s reputation
Our heat pumps are sold not only in Slovenia, but also in other European countries. Together with the domestic market sales, we
have assured the possibility to use natural energy resources to over 30.000 users. Furthermore, over 100 Slovenian wine producers
use Termo-tehnika Kronovšek refrigeration systems to cool their cellars and wine. Some of the largest Slovenian wine cellars are
equipped with our products, such as Škofijska klet Maribor, Kocjančič, Kuplen, Črnko, Bračko, Rožman, Benčina and many others.
Additionally, our heating and cooling systems are installed, not only in private residential houses, but also in numerous other
buildings, such as schools, kindergartens, office buildings, factories, public buildings, production facilities, airports, gymnasia,
swimming pools, hotels, etc.
The firm’s vision helps build the future
In future development and business, Termo-tehnika Kronovšek strives to further expand the production and marketing of the systems
for tap water heating, the systems for heating and cooling of buildings, ventilation systems and systems for the exploitation of waste
water.
The grounds for all development are the production and marketing of the cooling and heating systems, adjusted to every customer’s
needs. The basic idea is to exploit renewable energy sources for the lowest costs possible, and hence to reduce the pollution of the
environment and the consumption of fossil fuels.
Counselling
Production of tap water heat pumps
Production of heat pumps for space heating
Service
Since January 2008, TERMO-TEHNIKA, d.o.o. is a proud
member of BWP – an association of 30 largest heat
pump producers in Europe.
Membership in this organization and the acquisition of the label signify the highest quality of both
products as well as supporting services, acknowledged across Europe. For the producer this means
the highest recognition of the products and for the customers it is a sign of top quality and safety.
Further information at: www.waermepumpe.de.
REDUCE THE COSTS OF TAP WATER
HEATING BY 4-TIMES
Advantages of water heating with a heat pump
In addition to central heating, the heating of domestic hot water is the second largest expense in a household budget. After 21 years of market
presence, it has now become completely self-evident that domestic hot water heating by means of a heat pump is by far the most economical
solution. The comparison of costs for tap water heating (for an average family) with different energy products clearly confirms the above
statement in every respect.
Solar panels (SP) may be compared to the cheapest way of heating tap water, but only if installed in an ideal position. However, this only holds
true until we compare both investments. The investment in solar panels is normally twice as big as the investment in a tap water heat pump.
450,00
400,00
350,00
300,00
250,00
4-member family
Heat pump
Solar panels (SP)
+ heating oil
0,00
Pellets
50,00
Natural gas
100,00
Heating oil
Cost (€/year)
150,00
Electric heating
200,00
50 l water/person per day
Prices on 21 February 2012
Costs of tap water heating for an average
family with different heating systems (EUR/year)
Why should we use a heat pump for tap water heating?
1. Cost savings in heating are increased by at least four times.
2. The most eco-friendly way of heating tap water – CO2 emissions are reduced by over 62%.
3. Really short reimbursement period of the investment (6 to 7 years) – if we exclude the costs of the water heater, which we need in any
case, then the reimbursement period is even shorter.
4. In addition to tap water heating, we also get the possibility of cooling smaller spaces, cellars or storage rooms, free of charge.
5. The possibility to use the heat pump throughout the entire year and to connect it to any heating boiler, since all heat pumps have an
additional built-in tube heat exchanger. The combination with a wood or biomass stove is particularly popular, because in the summer heat it
is very inconvenient to burn wood. It is much more convenient to simply use a heat pump to warm up water.
6. In comparison to the solar panels, the investment in a heat pump is half as big, warm water is provided throughout the whole year, irrespective
of the season, and there are no particular difficulties with the installation and maintenance.
7. The purchase of a heat pump is often subsidized by the state, which means that the investment is even more favourable and is refunded
even sooner.
!
Cost savings in heating are increased by at least four times.
The most eco-friendly way of heating tap water – CO2
emissions are reduced by over 62%.
Really short reimbursement period of the investment (6 to
7 years) – if we exclude the costs of the water heater, which
we need in any case, then the reimbursement period is
even shorter.
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SUPERIOR QUALITY AND BUILT-IN
TOP EQUIPMENT
Continuous development, over two decades of market presence and consideration
of the consumers‘ wishes made us realize that what was good only a few years ago,
today is not sufficient anymore. Now even the most basic Types have numerous
advantages and great built-in equipment.
Built-in equipment:
DE – TUBE large-surface condenser
External large-surface condenser is wound around the
outer side of the tank and enables a faster and more
even water heating. It prevents the accumulation of
lime scale, because a much larger surface is heated and
therefore smaller temperature differences are necessary.
Indirect heating also prevents leakage of the refrigerant
into the tap water. During the production, the pipe
system is filled with nitrogen, which prevents impurities
and moisture to break into the cooling system and this
is in fact the basis for a long lifespan of a heat pump
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ENAMEL - C - 850
Do you still remember the enamelled pots, which
were practically indestructible and could only
be damaged mechanically (e.g. fall on the floor)?
For hot water tanks this is the most high quality
and durable protection. In Europe, almost 90% of
all hot water tanks sold in 2011 were coated with
enamel. Enamel is en entirely natural material.
When the enamel coated surfaces are fired (at
850°C), the enamel fuses with the basic sheet
metal into a smooth and uniform coating.
VARIO - TEX
MG - PROTECT
Thermostatic expansion valve. The heat pump has
to operate in extreme and changeable conditions,
since the water temperature ranges from 10 to
60°C. The temperature of the ambient air varies as
well. TXV enables a fast adaptation to such conditions and represents at the same time the basis for
an increased efficiency.
A built- in Mg anode, dimensioned according to
EN standards, provides a complete anti-corrosion
protection of the hot water tank. The entire inside
surface of the water heater and the heat exchanger are protected with high quality enamel. However, if by any chance a small part of the enamel
coating is damaged, the magnesium immediately
protects the damaged surface.
HEAT EXCHANGER
PU 50 - CLOSE
An extra built-in tube heat exchanger, integrated
in all water heaters (except 100 l), enables the
use of a secondary heating source, e.g. boiler
(wood, oil, gas, biomass) or the connection of
solar panels. Solar heat pumps even have two
integrated heat exchangers.
A high-quality, closed-cell PU insulation keeps
the water in the tank warm, even when the water
is not used. The PU insulation and the protective
sheet-metal cover of the tank form a compact
body with minimal heat losses.
XL - OPTI evaporator
RC – ROTARY compressor
Evaporator with enlarged fin spacing,
enlarged surface and optimal refrigerant
distribution enables an effective operation
even at low temperatures.
Highly efficient rotary compressor was developed
especially for tap water heat pumps. Compared
to piston compressors, the energy efficiency of
rotary compressors is over 30% higher. What
is more, the very construction of the rotor
guarantees still operation and a faultless start-up
even after several months of stand-by mode.
If there is no space on the floor, there is definitely space on the wall!
HEAT PUMPS IN THE BATHROOM
The latest versions of heat pumps with air duct are designed precisely for wall
installation. The applicability of heat pumps thus extended to virtually all possible
fields of use. They are also the only substitution for small capacity electric water
heaters. Such versions are suitable in the following cases:
For installation inside houses: in a bathroom, storage room or any other room, from which heat can be
recovered directly or it can be recovered from an adjoining room. The cooled air can be discharged into
the surroundings during winter or channelled back into the room during summer.
For all families of up to 4 members
For installation in houses, where otherwise long hot water and circulation pipework would be
necessary.
For installation in apartments and holiday houses.
Wall-mounted versions – simple installation, little space is necessary.
Ducted air – enables suction of the inlet air from different spaces and outlet of the cooled air back into
the same spaces or into the surroundings.
In the summer, the heat pump provides the cooling of spaces and by exploiting waste heat during
winter it enables the ventilation of spaces and elimination of moisture.
External large-surface condenser is placed on the outer side of the water tank, thus preventing the
accumulation of limescale on heating elements and ensuring a long lifespan and a long-lasting
efficiency, without unnecessary cleaning of the condenser.
Highly efficient rotary compressor enables a fast and silent operation; in connection with other
elements, it also guarantees high energy efficiency.
HP heat capacity = 1 kW.
Extra built-in 1,5 kW electric heater.
Automatic, energy-saving anti-legionella programme for the overheating of water with the compressor.
Fast programme for tap water heating with the compressor + electric heater.
Possible connection of air ducts: left, right and on top.
Versions with defrost function enable the recovery of the ambient air even during winter.
Digital display of the temperature and set parameters.
Microprocessor regulation with a wide choice of different programmes.
Types:
- WP1 – 100 AR/E-LF
- WP1 – 100 AR/E-LF-NT (with defrost function)
Type
Heating capacity
kW
Electric power
kW
COP
Duct dimensions
mm
HP dimensions (H x W x D)
mm
Weight
kg
3,5
3,5
60 x 120 (φ100)
1250x520 x520
65
60 x 120 (φ100)
1250x520 x520
65
WP1 - 100 AR/E - LF
920 (2420)*
260(1760)*
WP1 - 100 AR/E - LF - NT
920 (2420)*
260(1760)*
*integrated 1500W electric heater. Water tank volume: 100 l. The NT version has an integrated defrost system and enables operation at -10°C of the inlet air. Voltage: 230 V, 50 Hz; Refrigerant: R134a, operating range: between +7 (-10 in case of NT version) and
+35°C. Pipe fittings of water connections: 1/2''. Thickness of PU insulation: 50 mm. Data measured according to EN 255/3, max. water temperature: 60°C or 75°C when heated with the electric heater. Integrated Mg anode. Max. duct length is 10 m.
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Excellent choice for every house!
COMPACT HEAT PUMPS
Compact types of HP for tap water heating are installed on 230
and 300-litre hot water tanks, which are coated with high-quality
enamel according to DIN 4753 (enamel is fired at 850°C until it fuses
with the basic material) and have a built-in Mg anode.
Thickness of the closed-cell PU insulation is 50 mm with a silver tinplate covering. The compact heat pump
is placed in a suitable room (e.g. boiler room, garage, storage room or basement), where we wish to achieve
a cooling effect (4 to 5°C). Water pipework, which enables the inlet of cold water and outlet of hot water, is
connected to the water tank. Additional heat exchanger, integrated in all heat pumps, can be used during winter
to heat tap water by means of a boiler. All compact heat pumps are also fitted with connections for the circulation
pump to heat water with a back-up source – boiler. Solar versions (S) have two additional heat exchanger.
These heat pump versions are also equipped with a rotary compressor, which enhances the heat pump’s energy
efficiency and prolongs its lifespan. An automatic anti-legionella programme is built-in as well. The water heaters
are fitted with an external large-surface heat exchanger, which reduces the accumulation of limestone.
>> Independent installation
>> Heat pump connected to a boiler
Standard heat pumps
Compact heat pumps for large consumers
Heat pumps are fitted with an electronic
thermostat, which can be used to heat
water to the temperature of
60°C. To activate the legionella
protection, we simply press the
function key. These heat pumps
represent a good ratio between
the efficiency and price of the
heat pump.
Such heat pumps are intended for larger consumers of domestic hot water. They are thus
intended for those who waste over 300 l of water on a daily basis, such as: restaurants and
bars, apartments, hotels, schools, kindergartens, sport societies, etc. In such
cases, not only daily water consumption must be determined, but also the final
consumption of water – for instance in the course of one hour. This particular
data namely helps us choose the appropriate volume of the water heater.
450-litre water heaters are fitted with a hard, 50 mm thick PU insulation and a
built-in protection Mg anode. The heat pump must be installed in a room, large
enough to provide a sufficient amount of heat. If there is enough waste heat in a
room, then the size of the room is not relevant in itself.
>> WP2 - 230 R and WP2 - 320 R
Type
Heating capacity
kW
>> WP3-500 ARS/E-LF , WP5-500 ARS/E-LF
Electric power
kW
COP
Water heater volume
l
Area of the tube heat exchanger
m2
HP dimensions
(H x diameter)
mm
Weight
kg
3,8
3,8
3,8
3,8
3,8
3,65
3,7
230
0,75
1520x φ670
125
230
0,75
1520x φ670
125
300
1,2
1830x φ670
150
300
1,2
1830x φ670
150
300
1,2+0,6
1830x φ670
171
450
1,6 + 0,8
2070x φ750
240
450
1,6 + 0,8
2070x φ750
245
WP2-230 R
1,96
0,48
WP2-231 AR
1,96
0,48
WP2-320 R
1,96
0,48
WP2-321 AR
1,96
0,48
WP2-322 ARS
1,96
0,48
WP3 – 500 ARS/E-LF
2,9
0,78
WP5 – 500 ARS/E-LF
5,5
1,4
Voltage: 230 V, 50 Hz; Refrigerant: R134a, operating range: from +7 to +35°C. Pipe fittings of all water connections: 1” (DN25), except circulation which is 3/4”. Thickness of PU insulation: 50 mm, all data measured according to EN 255/3. Max. water
temperature is 55°C, or 60°C when anti-legionella function is activated. All versions (except 230 R and 320 R) are available with a 1,5 kW electric heater. WP3... and WP5... version has a built-in electric heater with 3 kW of power.
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Use the benefits of excess heat!
HEAT PUMPS WITH AIR DUCT SYSTEM
Heat pumps with air duct system enable not only the preparation
of hot domestic water, but also the cooling of selected spaces. Air
ducts (pipes) run from the point of the air intake, through the heat
pump to the point, where the air is discharged. The overall length of
the duct system cannot exceed 10 m. The heat pumps also have an
integrated function (antilegionella programme) to activate periodical
overheating of tap water to 60°C (heating with compressor).
These heat pumps are also equipped with an external large-surface condenser and a highly efficient rotary
compressor, which was developed especially for tap water heat pumps. Compared to piston compressors, the
energy efficiency of rotary compressors is over 30% higher. What is more, the very construction of the rotor
guarantees still operation and a faultless start-up even after several months of stand-by mode, which ensures a
long lifespan of the device. A thermal expansion valve is built-in by the manufacturer as well. All these advantages
guarantee an extremely high COP value of 3,7. An integrated 1,5 kW electric heater is optional. The “OPTITRONIC”
regulation is installed in all heat pump versions.
>> Cooling of a neighbouring room.
Low-temperature HP, capable of operating even at -10°C
(NT versions)
>> Air intake from a neighbouring room.
Air duct heat pumps for large consumers
If we wish to heat tap water even when the temperature of the inlet
air drops under +7°C, then a HP type with defrost function, capable
of operating even at -10°C of the inlet air, is available. Of
course, simultaneously with the inlet air temperature drop,
the heating capacity of the heat pump decreases as well,
in which case we can additionally activate the built-in
electric heater. Low-temperature heat pumps are especially
convenient for installation in passive and low-energy
houses, where the extraction of the outside air is possible.
Heat pumps of large capacities require a considerable amount of
waste heat in order to operate effectively and without disturbance.
Since we do not always have a room large enough at disposal, the
warm inlet air can be supplied from other rooms, while
the cold outlet air is discharged into the surroundings.
If tap water is heated solely outside the heating season
(mainly summer holiday apartments or various tourist
facilities) then the ambient air is sufficient for the
operation of the heat pump. Inside the building we only
need a small room for the installation of the device.
450-litre water heaters are fitted with a hard, 50 mm
thick PU insulation and have a built-in protection anode.
>> WP3-500 ARS/E-LF , WP5-500 ARS/E-LF
Type
Heating capacity
kW
Electric power
kW
COP
WP2-231 AR-LF
1,96
0,48
WP2-321 AR-LF
1,96
0,48
WP2-322 ARS-LF
1,96
0,48
WP2-231 AR/E-LF-NT
1,96
0,48
WP2-321 AR/E-LF-NT
1,96
0,48
WP2-322 ARS/E-LF-NT
1,96
0,48
WP3-500 ARS/E-LF
2,9
0,78
WP5-500 ARS/E-LF
5,5
1,4
3,7
3,7
3,7
3,7
3,7
3,7
3,65
3,7
Water heater volume
l
Area of the tube heat exchanger
m2
HP dimensions (H x diameter)
mm
Weight
kg
125
230
0,75
1550x φ670
300
1,2
1860x φ670
155
300
1,2+0,6
1860x φ670
170
127
230
0,75
1550x φ670
300
1,2
1860x φ670
157
300
1,2+0,6
1860x φ670
171
450
1,6+0,8
2070x φ750
240
450
1,6 + 0,8
2070x φ750
245
Voltage: 230 V, 50 Hz; Refrigerant: R134a, operating range: from +7 (-10 in case of NT version) to +35°C. Pipe fittings of all water connections: 1” (DN25), except circulation which is 3/4”. Thickness of PU insulation: 50 mm, all data measured according to EN
255/3. Max. water temperature is 55°C, or 60°C when anti-legionella function is activated. All versions with the sign ...E... have an integrated 1,5 kW electric heater, otherwise the electric heater is optional. WP3... and WP5... version has a built-in electric
heater with 3 kW of power.
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Energy-saving heating – make use of an existing water heater!
INDEPENDENT HEAT PUMP UNITS
FOR TAP WATER HEATING
Heat pumps for tap water heating – without the water heater
If you already have an installed water heater (200 litres or more), an independent heat pump unit can be attached to the existing heating system.
First the heat pump unit is installed into a room that we wish to cool. Then a water connection – R 1/2” (or more for over 2 kW of power) of up to
15 m is established between the heat pump and the water heater. The connection system also includes a circulation pump, an expansion vessel
and a safety valve.
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Thermal sensor
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>> WP5 - AWv - HT
>> WP2 - AWv and WP3 - AWv
Attachable heat pump units without
the water heater
If you have a spare flange of 180 mm in diameter on the front side of the water heater,
the heat pump unit can be attached directly
to this flange. All heat pump units have an
integrated “OPTITRONIC” regulation, which
enables switching to a secondary heating
source, if the temperatures are too high or
too low.
>> WP2 - A and WP3 - A
Type
>> Connection outline
Electronic regulation “OPTITRONIC” for an optimum operation of the entire
system and for regulation of three different heating sources
efficient visual presentation of the functioning of the system –
through digital display and light indicators
two fast keys for temperature adjustment (+,-)
Fast key for switching between operation modes (P)
Regular and automatic operation
Automatic anti-legionella programme, automatic overheating of
water over 60°C every 14 days (or in a time period from 1 to 99
days)
Fast water heating possible (HP + electric heater)
Compressor protection function
Automatic switch to a backup heating source if the temperatures are too low (electric
heater or boiler)
Repair and auto-diagnostic programme and a display of errors and warnings during
operation
Heating capacity
Electric power
kW
kW
WP2-AWV
1,96
0,56
COP
HP dimensions (W x H x D)
Weight
(mm)
kg
3,5
470x880x330
28
WP3-AWV
2,9
0,88
3,5
470x880x330
32
WP5-AWV- HT
4,9
1,44
3,5
710x420x400
80
WP2-A
1,96
0,56
3,7
470x880x330
31
WP2-A/E
1,96
0,56
3,7
470x880x330
31
WP3-A
2,9
0,88
3,6
470x880x330
34
Voltage: 230 V, 50 Hz; refrigerant: R134a, operating range: from +7 to +35°C. All data measured according to EN 255/3. Max. water temperature is 55°C (65°C in case of ...HT versions). All types with the sign ...E... have an integrated 1,3 kW electric heater.
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Why is a heat pump the best choice for space heating?
ADVANTAGES OF HEAT PUMPS
FOR SPACE HEATING
3500,00
3000,00
2500,00
AIRSOURCE
HP
GROUNDSOURCE
HP
WATERSOURCE
HP
Reference building
Pellets
0,00
Natural gas
500,00
Heating oil
Costs (€/year)
1000,00
Electrical heating
1500,00
Liquid petroleum gas
2000,00
Heating area: 200 m2
Annual energy consumption: 22.600 kWh
Number of persons: 4
Prices on: 21. 2. 2012
Heating costs of the reference building with
different heating systems (in EUR/year)
Heat is the source of comfort
With the classic radiator heating we heat the indoor air, while the floor and wall heating warm up the body. If floor heating is combined with
a heat pump, we can achieve a pleasant, warm feeling already at a 2°C lower temperature. Lower temperature means, of course, that the heat
necessities are reduced by 5 to 8 %, which additionally increases your savings. Since the operation of heat pumps is almost soundless, you can
easily indulge in the new comfort.
No extra cleaning or acquiring of space
By installing a heat pump, worries about oil or gas supply are gone forever. You will never have to clean your furnace or stove again, or measure
emissions. Only a regular yearly inspection of the system is recommendable, carried out by our experts. The installation is also very simple, since
only a smaller room is necessary for the placement of the heat pump and no chimney.
Cooling in hot days
Certain types of heat pumps also enable the cooling of spaces. All air-source heat pumps are available in reversible version and enable space
cooling. Water-source and ground-source heat pumps have a passive cooling station for space cooling, where energy is only needed for the
operation of the circulation pump.
Subsidized purchase
Due to numerous advantages, most countries allocate subventions for the purchase of such heating systems. The investment costs therefore
generally do not exceed the costs for the purchase of comparable, classical heating systems. By the help of such support, it is possible to buy
such heating system with the savings from the heating alone.
Eco-friendly operation
Heating with fossil fuels (oil, gas) causes an enormous quantity of dangerous and harmful emissions, such as sulphur dioxide (SO2), carbon
dioxide (CO2), soot, etc. All harmful emissions, especially CO2, encourage and increase the greenhouse effect, which is substantially altering
our climatic conditions. Consequently, hailstorms, floods, long-lasting periods of heat and drought, colder or warmer winters, etc are more
and more frequent. To preserve our environment for future generations, we must think in advance and consider the future today by gradually
reducing the release of emissions into the atmosphere. By using heat pumps we are able to make one step forward, since they are one of the
most ecological heating systems.
The future is secured
The energy that is needed for a heat pump is right outside your door in the surrounding area, while other, standard energy sources like oil
and gas are further away and depend on world crises of the economic systems. Those sources are limited by their quantity and accordingly,
with the reduction of supplies, the prices of these energy sources constantly grow. A heat pump, on the other hand, assures you safe future by
exploiting the energy from purely natural sources and, above all, guarantees acceptable costs.
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WHICH HEAT SOURCE TO CHOOSE – WATER, GROUND OR AIR?
The one that is available and has at the same time the highest average annual
temperature. From the energetic point of view, the most favourable energy source
is certainly ground water, if it is available in sufficient quantity and quality, since its
average annual temperature is around +10°C. Such systems can reach a COP of over
5 – this signifies the highest savings.
If there is no ground water at disposal, but there is an area of sufficient size that is available, then this source can be exploited by placing a
horizontal collector or a vertical probe. Such systems can reach a COP value of about 4. If, however, none of the previously mentioned energy
sources are at disposal, we can still exploit the outside air as the heat source, which is available in unlimited quantities. Air-source systems can
reach a COP of over 3,5 and in the coastal area even over 4.
What is the recommended heat pump capacity?
For new buildings, the heat pump capacities are calculated already in the construction plan. They depend mainly on the size of the building and
the quality of the insulation. Thus, the required heating capacities of new buildings with quality insulation generally do not exceed 50 W per m2
of the heating area + 200 W per person for tap water heating (houses with heat recovery require max. 35 W/m2). Insofar the calculation of the
heating needs in an existing building has not yet been made, the easiest way to do that is on the basis of the annual consumption of oil or gas
used for heating. An example of such calculation is given in the table below.
INFORMATIVE CALCULATION BASED ON THE TYPE OF BUILDING
NECESSARY HEATING CAPACITY (W/m )
TYPE OF BUILDING
REPLACEMENT OF THE EXISTING SYSTEM
30
LOW-ENERGY HOUSE
ANNUAL OIL CONSUMPTION (L)/250=Q*(KW)
50
NEW HOUSE WITH GOOD INSULATION
80
CONSTRUCTIONS AFTER 1980 WITH MINIMAL INSULATION
120
OLDER CONSTRUCTIONS WITH NO INSULATION
2
FOR TAP WATER HEATING ADDITIONAL HEATING
CAPACITY OF 200W/PERSON IS NEEDED
ANNUAL GAS CONSUMPTION (m2)/250=Q*(KW)
*Q IS THE NECESSARY HEATING CAPACITY OF THE HEAT PUMP (KW)
EXAMPLE A: TO HEAT A GOOD INSULATED HOUSE WITH180 m2 OF HEATING AREA (+ TAP WATER FOR 4 PEOPLE) WE NEED: 180m2x50W/m2+4x200W=9800W
WE CHOOSE A HEAT PUMP WITH THE HEATING CAPACITY OF ABOUT 10 KW.
EXAMPLE B: ANNUAL CONSUMPTION OF OIL 2500 L (2500/250 = 10KW)
WE CHOOSE A HEAT PUMP WITH THE HEATING CAPACITY OF ABOUT 10 KW
Which heating system should you chose?
If you are starting to build a house, then there is only one decision – choose a low-temperature heating system, i.e. floor heating (which also
signifies the highest housing comfort) in all spaces. In addition to the floor heating, you can also install for example bathroom radiators or
convectors, if you also intend to cool the spaces. The important thing is, that this additional equipment cannot cause the inlet temperature to
increase. The lower the required inlet temperature in the system, the higher the COP value and by that savings of the heating costs are reduced
as well. If the temperature of the inlet water increases by 1°C, the consumption increases by 2,5 %.
In case you have an existing building with installed radiators, it is of course possible to use these radiators, however the heating costs will not
be reduced as much. In such buildings with an existing radiator system, the installation of high-temperature heat pumps is recommendable. In
certain cases we can also choose a low-temperature heat pump, but we must be sure that the required inlet temperature does not have to be
higher than 55°C.
!
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If you are starting to build a new house, there is only one decision–
choose a low-temperature heating system, i.e. floor heating, (which
also signifies the highest housing comfort) in all spaces. In addition to
the floor heating, you can also install for example bathroom radiators or
convectors, if you intend to cool the spaces as well. The important thing
is, that this additional equipment cannot cause the temperature of the
heating water to increase.
The heat of the air is immense!
AIR/WATER HEAT PUMPS
Even cold air is full of energy
The air is an inexhaustible source of energy and it can be found everywhere. The latest versions of air/water heat pumps allow the heating at
an outside air temperature of -25°C. Even at a very low air temperature the COP is still higher than 2, which represents 50% of energy savings.
There is no need to bore a well or to install a horizontal collector; therefore these types of pumps are the cheapest. Even the installation and
maintenance are easy and inexpensive. According to statistic data about temperature changes, it can be concluded that there are only few days
with the temperature below -5°C, which means that the annual performance factor of these pumps is above 3.5.
Recommended ways of building a heating system
These types of heat pumps are usually planed in such a way that they alone cover all the heat losses of a building up to -5°C of the outside air
temperature. Below this limit, the heat pump can work together with another heat source. More than 98% of heat needs are covered in such a
way. As another heat source, an electric heater is usually used in new buildings, yet in existing buildings with a good conventional heat source
only this can be used. An electric control system enables a simple positioning of a bivalent point – this is the point of switching to another heat
source.
>> A HP independently heats a house with a floor heating and tap water
!
Advantages of air/water heat pumps:
compared to systems ground/water and water/water, low investment costs
are crucial, since there is no need to build a primary system (a collector or
wells)
a simple and inexpensive installment and further maintenance of the
system (all parts are easy to get)
a small room required for the system and its installments
no special licenses required for the building
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Silent and simple!
COMPACT AIR/WATER HEAT PUMPS FOR
OUTDOOR INSTALLATION
The installation of these heat pumps is very simple, since they are placed entirely
outside a building. They are particularly convenient for smaller houses, where the
space for a boiler room is generally very limited.
Heat pumps are placed on a concrete support, through which insulated hot water connecting tubes are led to the heating system in the boiler room.
Additionally, an electric lead wire and communication wire (UTP) to the electric control system in the boiler room is needed as well.
The operating range is from -20°C to +35°C. The maximum temperature of the heated water is 55°C.
WPA LW 5 E
WPA LWR 5 E*
WPA LW 8 E
WPA LWR 8 E*
kW
6,2
8,7
/
4,2
4,4
4,4
4,3
4,4
kW
5,3
7,62
10,3
12,8
15,1
/
3.5
4,0
3,7
3,7
3,5
kW
1,5
1,88
2,78
3,5
4,2
Type
Heating capacity at A7/W35
COP at A7/W35
Heating capacity at A2/W35
COP at A2/W35
Electric power at A2/W35
WPA LW 11 E
WPA LW 13 E
WPA LW 15 E
WPA LWR 11 E* WPA LWR 13 E* WPA LWR 15 E*
12,3
15
17,8
WPA LW 16 E
WPA LWR 16 E*
18
WPA LW 20 E
WPA LW 22 E-T
WPA LWR 20 E* WPA LWR 22 E-T*
WPA LW 28
WPA LWR 28*
WPA LW 32 T
WPA LWR 32 T*
30,3
33,7
22,5
24,1
4,5
4,3
4,35
4,5
4,45
15,3
19,4
20,7
26,7
30,1
4,0
3,7
3,8
4,0
4,1
3,9
5,2
5,5
6,6
7,4
28,1
31,8
Cooling power (at A35/W7)*
kW
5,5
7,6
11
13,3
16,5
17
20
20,5
Dimensions (WxHxD)/Weight
cm/kg
88x138x56/170
88x163x56/204
88x163x56/210
88x163x56/215
88x163x56/225
145x190x65/320
145x190x65/340
145x190x65/380
145x190x65/400 145x190x65/420
Voltage: 380V-50Hz, Min. temperature of the outside air in °C : -20°C. Dimensions of water connections: 1'', over 16 kW 5/4''. Refrigerant: R407C, all types with the sign …E…have an integrated 3x2 kW electric heater. *Cooling power applies only to
reversible HP types (…LWR…types, e.g. WPA LWR 5 E). Max. flow temperature is 58°C.
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When radiators are not a problem anymore!
HIGH-TEMPERATURE
HEAT PUMPS AIR/WATER
Living in a house with a conventional heating system (oil, heating gas, etc.)
makes you aware of high heating costs. If you are able to reduce these costs
for more than 50% while heating with heat pumps, then you will use this
opportunity for sure.
You might have heard that this is impossible, if you heat your house with radiators. Yet this
is not the case. All you have to do is to choose a suitable heat pump. High-temperature heat
pumps, reaching the temperatures of the inlet water higher than 65°C that are suitable for
houses with radiators. It is true that the efficiency of heat pumps at such high temperatures
is somewhat lower, however, you do not need to heat so much, since you have an integrated
weather-controlled regulation, adjusting the necessary water temperature according to the
outside air temperature. This means that you will need the highest water temperature only in
10 to15 coldest winter days.
- 25°CC
+65°
>> High-temperature air/water heat pump heats independently a renovated house with
radiators.
Termotronic TT - 3000
Super EVI
High-temperature heat pumps have a built-in special EVI compressor
and an additional heat exchanger, which makes the following
possible:
to reach high heating temperatures (65°C)
to work at very low outside air temperatures (-25°C)
the minimum reduction of power at lower outside air temperatures
and at higher temperatures of the heating water
the improvement of energy efficiency of a HP at conditions stated
above (compared to low-temperature HP)
Weather-controlled heat pump regulation ensures a desired
temperature in a house all the time by working with the lowest
possible temperature of heating water. Only in this way the highest
possible annual COP can be achieved – representing higher savings
and reduced heating costs.
WPA LW 9 E-HT
WPA LWR 9 E-HT*
WPA LW 13 E-HT
WPA LWR 13 E-HT*
WPA LW 18 E-HT
WPA LWR 18 E-HT*
WPA LW 23 E-HT
WPA LWR 23 E-HT*
WPA LW 31 HT
WPA LWR 31 HT*
kW
9,5
13,7
19,2
25,3
32,7
/
4,4
4,5
4,5
4,4
4,4
kW
8,1
12
17,2
22,4
29,8
Type
Heating capacity at A7/W35
COP at A7/W35
Heating capacity at A2/W35
/
3,8
3,9
4,4
3,9
4,0
Cooling power (at A35/W7)*
kW
8,6
12,5
17,5
22,2
30,8
Dimensions (WxHxD)/Weight
cm/kg
88 x 163 x 56 / 189
88x163x56/234
145x190x65/325
145x190x65/410
145x190x65/420
COP at A2/W35
Min. temperature of the outside air in °C : -25°C. Max. flow temperature is 65°C. Voltage: 380V-50Hz, dimensions of water connections: 1'', over 16 kW 5/4'', refrigerant: R407C. All types with the sign ...E... have an integrated 3x2 kW electric heater. *
Cooling power only applies to reversible HP types (…LWR… types, e.g. WPA LWR 9 E-HT).
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Energy from a home garden!
HEAT SOURCE – GROUND
Ground/water heat pumps
Ground-source heat pumps exploit thermal energy stored in the rocks or soil. An enormous amount of solar energy that is stored in the soil can
easily be used for space or tap water heating. The amount of solar energy that can be extracted from the soil depends on the composition of
the soil, on the heat pump capacity, and the manner of the source exploitation (horizontal collector or vertical probe). The energy is extracted
by means water (+ antifreeze agent) which circulates in a closed piping system laid at a depth of 110 – 130 cm (horizontal collector); in case of
a vertical probe, the tubular probes are placed into boreholes at a depth of 60 – 140 m. the circulating water transfers heat to the heat pump,
which transforms this heat to a higher temperature level (to 55°C) by the help of added electrical energy; the returned water is cooled by
approximately 4°C).
Horizontal ground collector
If there is enough land not build on at disposal (around the house or in the immediate vicinity), a horizontal collector is the best decision. Regular
PE pipes are placed at a depth of approximately 120 cm, the distance between individual pipes being 70 cm. the required length of the pipes
depends on the quality of the soil. The more humid the soil, the more heat can be extracted from it and therefore the length of the pipes is
shorter. Usually, the average is used for the calculation – that is 20 W/m of pipes (for a 10 kW heat pump about 500 m of pipes is needed). If the
soil is sandy, the factor is only 10 W/m.
The required surface (in m2) = approximate heating capacity of the heat pump (in kW) x 35 or approximately 2x heating area of the building (the
exact area is defined during the excavation works).
Vertical probes
If there is not enough land available for a horizontal collector, the drilling of boreholes and exploitation of the rocks is possible. The length of the
probe depends on the heating capacity of the installed heat pump. Required length of the probe (in m) = approximate heating capacity of the
heat pump (in kW) x 14 (this is an approximate calculation – the exact length is defined when drilling
>> A horizontal ground collector
>> vertical probes
Independent heat pumps ground/water – advantages:
mounted electronic regulation to control the device and manage the system
integrated flexible connection pipes for the connection of the heat source and heating system
a very quiet mechanism with a soundproof housing and a double dampening of the compressor
highly efficient and silent scroll compressor developed especially for heat pumps
optimized plate heat exchanger and condenser made of stainless sheet metal
thermal expansion valve to set the refrigeration process
fast and simple removal of the cover of the housing enables a quick access to the elements of the system
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Systems that require no maintenance!
INDEPENDANT GROUND/WATER
HEAT PUMPS
High-temperature ground/water heat pumps
WP SW 8 E
WP SW 10 E
WP SW 11 E
WP SW 14 E
WP SW 17 E
WP SW 21
WP SW 30
WP SW 36
WP SW 44
WP SW 10 E - HT
WP SW 14 E - HT
WP SW 18 E - HT
COP at B0 / W35
WP SW 7 E
Type
Heating capacity at
B0 / W35
WP SW 5 E
High-temperature heat pumps have a special type of a compressor and refrigeration system which enables the heating of output water up to
65 °C. They are mainly convenient for alteration of existing buildings with radiators. In new buildings, we always choose systems which require
lower temperatures of the heating water for cost saving purposes.
kW
5,4
7
7,8
9,9
11.4
13,9
16,6
21,2
29,9
36,5
44,5
9,6
14,1
20,3
/
4,28
4,37
4,58
4,5
4,57
4,6
4,6
4,41
4,5
4,5
4,48
4,57
4,4
4,4
Electric power at B0
kW
/ W35
Dimensions of HP … cm/kg
E* (WxHxD)/weight
1,26
1,6
1,7
2,2
2,49
3,05
3,6
4,8
6,6
8,1
9,9
2,1
3,26
4,7
70x115x
48/95
70x115x
48/105
70x115x
48/115
70x115x
48/125
70x115x
48/130
70x115x
48/145
70x115x
48/160
70x115x
60/185
70x115x
60/195
80x110x
70/210
800x110x
70/222
70x115x
48/145
70x115x
48/158
70x115x60
/ 195
Electric power supply: 380V – 50Hz. The maximum flow temperature is 58°C; however, with types …HT the temperature is 65°C. Dimensions of water connections: 1'', from WP SV 30 onwards: 5/4''. Refrigerant: R407C, in case of HT versions: R134a.
Versions with E-sign have a mounted electric heater (3x2 kW). All the data measured according to EN 14511.
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The most efficient heat source!
HEAT SOURCE – UNDERGROUND WATER
Living with the groundwater energy
Ground water is a very suitable energy source for the exploitation with a heat pump. Its main advantage is a relatively constant temperature
level (between +7 and +12°C). To be able to exploit ground water we need to drill two boreholes into the ground – one for the extraction of
water and one to return the water into the ground. A submersible pump into the extraction well pushes the water through the heat pump,
which then extracts thermal energy from the water, and returns it (cooled by a few °C – from 2 to 4) back into the ground through the second
borehole, which is about 15 to 20 m away. The amount of water in the borehole must be sufficient for continuous operation even at the highest
heat necessities. To extract ground water we need a water permit and a chemical analysis of the water before any work is done. Due to a
relatively high temperature, the ground water is an ideal heat source with the highest energy efficiency (based on the annual average), since it
reaches a very high COP.
Water-source heat pumps are able to produce large heating capacities even in case of small outdoor dimensions. A special plate heat exchanger
made from stainless steel contributes to the robust and innovative construction.
>> A house heated with a water-source heat pump – a presentation of a heat pump placement, a supply well, and sinkhole well
Heat source – water (groundwater,…):
!
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Water temperature reaching from +7 to + 12°C
Availability: throughout the whole year
Required water flow rate: 0.23 m3/kW of a HP-heating power
Heating mode: monovalent
Heating options: space and tap water heating and cooling of a building as well
Electrical connection: required permit, water analysis, 2 boreholes, water amount control,
water pump, ground works
Installation: in a room with the temperature above 0° C
Where ground water is of low quantity, an additional heat exchanger needs to be built in!
Water is the source of life – and the source of energy!
INDEPENDANT HEAT PUMPS
WATER/WATER
integrated electric regulation to control the device and to manage the system
highly efficient and silent scroll compressor developed especially for HP
optimized plate heat exchanger and condenser made of stainless sheet metal
thermal expansion valve for the adaption of the refrigeration process
insulated flexible pipes for the connection of the heat source and heating system
fast and simple removal of the cover enables easy a access to the system elements
elastic support structure of the whole cooling system attached onto the housing (double antivibration support structures of the compressor) maintains the system stable and reduces noise
very silent mechanism with soundproof housing
Water
outlet
Submerged
pump
High-temperature heat pumps water/water
A special design of a compressor and cooling system enable high-temperature heat pumps to heat
the output water up to 65°C. They are mainly intended for the adaptation of existing buildings with
radiators. In new buildings we always choose systems which require lower temperatures of the
heating water for cost saving purposes.
Passive cooling
Passive cooling is possible with
water-source HP and ground-source
HP with a vertical probe. The cooling
is performed by pumping the cold
source (groundwater, water stored in
a probe) through an intermediate heat
exchanger that cools water for the
room cooling. The cooling of spaces
is usually performed with the help
of convectors (most effective), which
also reduce humidity, or by means of a
floor, wall, or ceiling piping system.
Required water flow
Dimensions of HP…E*
(WxHxD)/weight
WP WW 15 E
WP WW 18 E
WP WW 21
WP WW 27
WP WW 39
WP WW 47
WP WW 57
WP WW 10 E-HT
WP WW 15 E-HT
WP WW 19 E-HT
kW
WP WW 13 E
/
WP WW 10 E
kW
WP WW 9 E
Type
Heating capacity
at W10 / W35
COP
at W10 / W35
Electric power
at W10 / W35
WP WW 7 E
>> Water-source heat pump as a single heat source for a house and tap water + passive cooling through the floor heating system
7,4
9,1
10,3
12,9
15
18,3
21,5
27,6
39,3
47,7
56,8
10,5
15,3
18,8
5,48
5,51
5,56
5,6
5,5
5,54
5,5
5,2
5,38
5,36
5,1
5,52
5,46
5,4
1,35
1,65
1,85
2,3
2,7
3,3
3,9
5,3
7,3
8,8
11,1
1,9
2,8
4,3
m /h
1,5
1,9
2,6
3
3,7
4,4
5,5
7,9
9,1
10,5
12,5
3,7
4,8
3,7/4,7
cm/kg
70x115x
48/95
70x115x
48/105
70x115x
48/115
70x115x
48/125
70x115x
48/145
70x115x
48/160
70x115x
60/185
70x115x
60/195
80x110x
70/210
80x110x
70/222
80x110x
70/230
70x115x
48/145
70x115x
48/158
70x115x60
/ 195
3
Electric power supply: 380V – 50Hz. Min. temp. of the primary medium: +7C. Maximum flow temperature is 58°C. However, with HT models the temperature is 65°C. Dimensions of water connections: 1'', from WP WW 24 onwards: 5/4''. Refrigerant: R407C,
in case of HT versions, refrigerant is R314a. Versions with E-sign have a built-in electric heater (3 x 2 kW). All the data measured according to EN 14511.
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Large consumers have the highest savings!
HEAT PUPMS OF LARGE CAPACITIES
In order to heat large buildings, we need heat pumps with large heating capacities.
This can be achieved by linking together several small heat pumps into a cascade or
by simply choosing a large capacity heat pump.
Heat pumps (reversible designs) can also be used for cooling. In case of a smaller need for cooling, only passive cooling is possible as well
(water-source heat pumps or ground-source heat pumps with vertical probes). If we exploit surface waters or if the quality of the ground water is
insufficient, an additional heat exchanger must be built in.
>> Heating and cooling of production and office premises
>> Heating of a primary school
>> Heating of an outdoor swimming pool
>> Heating of rooms (with radiators) and a pool + passive cooling
Type
The maximum temperature
of the flow
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WP WW
55 T
WP WW
75 T
WP WW
120 T
WP WW
140 T
WP WW
37 HT-T
WP WW
51 HT-T
WP WW
80 HT-T
WP SW
42 T
WP SW
58 T
WP SW
90 T
WP SW
28 HT-T
WP SW
40 HT-T
WP SW
60 HT-T
58
58
58
58
65
65
65
58
58
58
65
65
65
Heating capacity
at W10, B0* / W35
kW
55
75
116
140,8
37
51
79
42
58
89
28,5
39
60
COP at W10,B0* / W35
/
5.1
5,3
5,3
5,3
5,1
5,1
5,4
4,6
4,6
4,5
4,4
4,4
4,5
Electric power
at W10,B0* / W35
kW
10,5
14
22
25,9
7,2
10
14,5
9,1
12,6
19,5
6,8
8,8
13,5
The flow of primary water
m3/h
9,5
16
22
28
7
9,5
15
8
11
17
5,5
8
12
Dimensions (WxHxD)
cm
Weight
kg
150x110x80 150/110/80 150/110/80 150/110/80 150/110/80 150/110/80 150/110/80 150/110/80 150/110/80 150/110/80 150/110/80 150/110/80
290
320
360
390
210
230
350
240
260
290
240
260
150/110/80
290
* Data for ground/water heat pumps (WP SW) apply also for source temperature 0 °C (B0), for HP water/water (WP WW…) however; the source temperature is 10 °C (W10). Electric power supply: 380V – 50Hz. Each mechanism has two compressors with
an adaptive adjustment of the heating and cooling capacity according to the actual needs. All versions are available also in a reversible design. All the data according to EN 14511.
One system for the entire house!
THe reguLaTion TerMoTronic 3000
To reach the optimum temperature and economical
heating in a house, it is significant to have a regulation
covering all the functions of heating system plus
a very good heat pump and the whole heating
system. This function is excellently fulfilled by a
new modular regulation TERMOTRONIC 3000.
A simple regulation with the TERMOTRONIC 3000 control system
2 independent heating circles (1x direct + 1x direct/mixing) heating or cooling
regulation of heating (weather-regulated, constant)
regulation of cooling (active/passive)
tap water heating
regulation of the additional source of heating (independent, bivalent parallel, and bivalent alternative working)
regulation of the additional source for the tap water heating (independent, parallel, antilegionella protection)
optimum working of circulator pumps
program for screed drying
diagnosis and description of service data
With an additional module the following functions are at disposal:
design(+) [email protected]il.com
2 independent heating circles (2 x direct/mixing) heating or cooling
regulation of solar collectors to heat tap water (a water heater) and to heat a water tank
heating a pool
heat pumps
cooling systems
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