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Danfoss Launches New Commercial Heat Pump With Even Better Performance


As part of its commitment to innovation in heat pump design, Danfoss has launched the new DHP-R Eco, a light commercial ground source heat pump that boasts greater performance and efficiency and helps to reduce running costs.

The new heat pump’s excellent performance is the result of Danfoss’ specially developed cooling circuit, coupled with a new design of compressor, new refrigerant and the latest generation heat exchanger. In addition, it features an in-built hot gas exchanger and a new electronic expansion valve, which further enhance its performance.

Chris Dale, Director of Danfoss, said: “Our market leading light commercial heat pump just got even better. The large amount of energy it saves makes DHP-R Eco ideal for use in many different applications and we expect it to be popular for small housing schemes or large-scale projects, and particularly within the public sector. Against a backdrop of rising energy costs, the DHP-R eco is just what customers with light commercial projects are looking for.”

DHP-R Eco has nine control circuits for heating/cooling, which means that it can be adjusted to suit all types of property and heating system. Available in 22, 26, 33 and 42 kW sizes, it can be cascade-connected to up to eight machines, achieving a total output of up to 336 kW.

An intelligent controller monitors the whole system, including heat pumps, cooling, hot water and an internet monitoring facility provides the user with the reassurance via SMS or email in the unlikely event that a fault should occur. This makes the DHP-R Eco ideal for anyone who wishes to control the heat pump system remotely. These new features, together with the high level of reliability and superior level of functionality ensure this next generation model can compete with the best on the world stage.

Danfoss has almost 40 years of experience in producing some of the world’s leading heat pump. For more information, visit the website www.heatpumps.danfoss.co.uk.