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Water Source Heat Pumps

Standard Features

• Double wall, vented, 316L stainless steel condenser for safe, potable water heating
• 140°F – 160°F first-pass output temperatures to prevent and eradicate legionella
• Industrial PLC controls, multiple modules can link controls to function as one
• Electronic temperature control and expansion valves
• Integrated stainless steel circulator pump
• 304L stainless steel frame and enclosure
• Stackable for reduced footprint
• 5 sizes available

Available Options

• Skid mounted, fully commissioned systems with storage tanks and controls
• Header assemblies for multiple modules
• Single point electrical distribution for multiple modules
• High Temperature Circuit to produce water up to 185°F
• Compressor VFD for additional operational cost savings
• High Source Circuit for source water temperatures over 85°F
• Double wall, vented, 316L stainless steel evaporator to protect source water (ground water sources or domestic water cooling)
• Secondary heat exchanger loop for working fluids incompatible with standard heat exchangers

 

Air Source Heat Pumps

Standard Features

• Double wall, vented, 316L stainless steel condenser for safe, potable water heating
• 140°F – 160°F first-pass output temperatures to prevent and eradicate legionella
• Industrial PLC controls, multiple modules can link controls to function as one
• Electronic temperature control and expansion valves
• Integrated stainless steel circulator pump
• 304L stainless steel frame and enclosure
• Stackable for reduced footprint
• 5 sizes available

Available Options

• Skid mounted, fully commissioned systems with storage tanks and controls
• Header assemblies for multiple modules
• Single point electrical distribution for multiple modules
• High Temperature Circuit to produce water up to 185°F
• Compressor VFD for additional operational cost savings
• High Source Circuit for source water temperatures over 85°F
• Double wall, vented, 316L stainless steel evaporator to protect source water
(ground water sources or domestic water cooling)
• Secondary heat exchanger loop for working fluids incompatible with standard
heat exchangers

 

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