With 30 years of development, the Quantum heat pumps do not require a booster element and can operate in ambient temperatures as low as -10ºc.
The Quantum heat pumps take heat from the ambient air and use this energy source to heat the water by using an environmentally friendly refrigerant in the Quantum heat pump evaporator. The refrigerant gas is then compressed which causes the temperature of the gas to increase, which is passed through tubes wrapped around the outside of the water tank and the heat is then transferred to the water inside the tank.
|Rated Size (Litres)||175|
|Heating Output (kW)||3.61|
|Power input (kW)||0.84|
|COP of heating||4.3|
|PTR valve setting||1,000kPa|
|PLV without ECV fitted||500-600kPa|
|PLV with ECV fitted||350-500kPa|
|Operating sound level at 1.5M||48dB (A) (*45dB(A)|
|Dimensions ( Height * Diameter )||1900 mm x 650mm|
|Nett (empty) weight||115 kg|
|Ambient air operating temperature||-10 °C to +40 °C|
|Maximum temperature||70 °C|
|Water temp setting||60 °C|
|Hot water production rate L/hr (COP)||72 (4.30)|