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Aerothemal Heating System

An aerothermal unit works by situating a unit outdoors, which incorporates a copper coil and a fan motor. Refrigerant gas is pumped through the coil at low temperature. Air is forced over the coil by the fan motor and energy (heat) is absorbed from the air by the refrigerant gas. The gas then travels back to the compressor where it is compressed and the temperature raised to a sufficient level to heat the water in the heating system or domestic hot water, without the need for a backup system

This unit can be installed practically anywhere, from the smallest back gardens to alleyways and even rooftops. Pictured is an outdoor unit.


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      D-A-CH certified  
Internet connectable
Weather compensating technology as standard
Available from 6.8kw to 20.7kw
Uses refrigerant R410a, the most environmentally
         friendly refrigerant


      Minimal space required to install
Exceptionally Quiet outdoor fan motor
No fuel storage required
Maintenance free operation
Suitable for all property types

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Aerothermal Heat Pump Energy Flow

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Basic Function of Aerothermal Heat Pump

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