Positioned as a “green” heating and air-conditioning system, Panasonic’s Aquarea air-to-water heat pump range is part of a new generation of heating and air-conditioning systems designed to heat or cool the home and to produce hot water.
The Aquarea range is available in three versions:
Standard heat pump
High Temperature heat pump
T-CAP (Total Capacity) heat pump
The Aquarea product line includes a wide range from 7 to 16 kW, single and three-phase & stand-alone and split-units. This high-efficiency heat pump operates at outside temperatures as low as –20ºC, and also provides cooling in summer.
Panasonic’s Aquarea heat pump provides savings of up to 78% on heating expenses compared with electrical heaters. For example, Aquarea’s 7 kW system has a COP of 4.40 which means that for every kW of electricity consumed, it returns 4.40 kW of energy, i.e. 3.40 kW more than a conventional electrical heating system which has a maximum COP of 1. This is equivalent to savings of 78%.
Aquarea T-CAP Single phase: June 2011
Aquarea T-CAP Three phase: September 2011
Aquarea HT: December 2011