Air to water Mitsubishi heat pump
The Air to Water heat pump can perform its function on its own, without the use of other air conditioninng unit. They can be ideal for both commercial and industrial facilities. Due to the design of the Air to Water heat pump, the installation of all the caloric, hydraulic and electrical components needed for cooling in one unit is very simple and cost effective. Within the building, only the water circuit pipes need to be laid. Another great advantage of the Air to Water heat pump is that it has no noise inside the building during operation. The heat pump is made of weather-resistant materials, making it ideal for outdoor installations. The electrical parts are dust and drip-proof and conform to the European standard (CE).
In terms of placement, a distinction is made between outdoor and indoor (also known as ducted) Air to Water heat pumps. Outdoor heat pumps are usually fitted with axial fans, whereas indoor heat pumps are equipped with higher pressure (eg centrifugal) fans. The latter are usually used in case of lack of outdoor space. The heat generated by the heat pump is transferred to the building by a water transfer medium, where additional units (eg fan coil, air handling unit, etc.) can be used to produce the desired temperature conditions in the spaces.