Air-to-water heat pump hitemp

The 2-stage heat pump for modernisation achieves flow temperatures up to 80°C.

Thanks to a second cooling circuit high temperature heat pumps are ideally suited for the modernisation of existing buildings with radiators.

 

Create the right atmosphere – with renewables

ROTEX air-to-water and ground source heat pumps for new build and modernisati...

The 2-stage heat pump for modernisation achieves flow temperatures up to 80°C.

Thanks to a second cooling circuit high temperature heat pumps are ideally suited for the modernisation of existing buildings with radiators.

 

Create the right atmosphere – with renewables

ROTEX air-to-water and ground source heat pumps for new build and modernisation.

 

Natural heat sources on your doorstep

Outdoor air and geothermal heat are natural and inexhaustible energy sources. Take advantage of this free heat supply and use it in your own home. A heat pump “pumps” heat into the heating system from the ambient air or the ground, with the help of a highly efficient compressor. This principle is equivalent to using a refrigerator or air conditioning system in reverse. Air-to-water heat pumps utilise the ambient air as their heat source. They can therefore be installed quickly and inexpensively. Ground source heat pumps utilise ground temperatures which are constant all year round. Apart from the heat pump itself, geothermal collectors or geothermal probes are required for operating these heat pumps. The most suitable heat source in individual cases depends on the heat demand and the local conditions.

 

ROTEX new build solutions

The amount of heating energy required by modern buildings is continually going down, resulting in lower flow temperatures. The low temperature heat pumps from ROTEX are designed specifically to meet such requirements. An underfloor heating system is essential for exploiting the full potential of this energy efficient heat generator. As underfloor heating systems have such a large surface area, they can make do with low surface temperatures. Many ROTEX heat pump systems can also apply the principle in reverse. Consequently, it is possible to use heat pumps in summer for cooling your building gently and economically.

 

ROTEX solutions for modernisation with radiators

Older heating systems with radiators depend on higher flow temperatures (at least 55 °C and up to 80 °C). So that you can also benefit from this technology in modernisation projects, ROTEX provides heat pumps with a second cooling circuit. In this second compressor stage, the temperature is raised to up to 80 °C – warm enough to continue using your existing radiators efficiently, without additional electric heating. Alternatively, ROTEX also offers a hybrid appliance consisting of an air-towater heat pump and a gas condensing boiler.

 

ROTEX solutions for modernisation providing twice the gain in convenience

Even with a modernisation project, there’s no need to forego the convenience of an underfloor heating system. ROTEX offers such a wide range, you are bound to find the most suitable solution for your project.

 

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