High Temperature Hot Water Heat Pump
Heat Pumps have limitation based on the properties of the particular refrigeration that they use. The most common in North America is R-410A or R-32. Both have very similar properties in that they can evaporate to temperatures as low as -40 degrees. This makes them great for extracting heat in cold weather. However, when it comes to compression, they are only able to reach temperature of 130-135 F. This can be good for hydronic heat such as radiant floor heating but is at the minimal requirement for domestic hot water. Other Freons such as R-134A are great for higher temperatures but don’t work well in cold weather. Arctic Heat Pumps have solved this problem by providing a 2 stage High Temperature Heat Pump ideal for domestic hot water.
How it Works
Step 1 - Used our standard EVI Heat Pump to Extract the energy from cold air
Step 2 - Instead of transferring the energy to the Hydronic Loop, the Energy is transferred through a Heat Exchanger to second refrigeration loop.
Step 3 - Uses R-134a to raise the refrigerant temperature as high as 90 C (195 F)
Hi Temperature Heat Pump for Domestic Hot Water
Thermino Thermal Battery
- Up to 80 C on demand Hot Water
- Equivalent to 300 L or 80 Gallons
- ¼ the Space of standard Buffer Tank
- Minimal need for Large Glycol Buffer
- 14 Kw of Energy Storage
Space Saving Thermal Battery
SunAmp Thermal Batteries are up to four times smaller than the equivalent hot water tank because they are filled with an energy-dense phase change material, Plentigrade P58. This means that Hi Temperature Water Heater can be installed where otherwise they wouldn’t fit.