The Polish manufacturer launches a 6-17 kW monobloc heat pump



Kensol said its new water heat pump uses a Panasonic Inverter DC double cycle compressor and is capable of reaching a maximum water temperature of 60C.

“The KTM monobloc heat pump relies on the Panasonic DC Twin Rotary compressor, which ensures smooth operation in a temperature range of up to -30 C,” said a company spokesperson. pv magazine, note that the device also uses R32 as refrigerant. “The unit ensures smooth operation in outdoor temperatures down to -30 C, and thanks to the improved steam injection technology used, the pump can reach a flow temperature of up to 65 C.”

The company offers the new product in five versions with a power of 6 kW, 10 kW, 14 kW and 17 kW. According to the company’s technical data, the coefficient of performance (COP) of the heating space is a maximum of 4.90 for the largest model and up to 4.91 for the smallest model.

The heat pump can also reach a maximum water temperature of 60 C and its operating range is between -30 C and 43 C.

The dimensions of the 6 kW device are 970 mm x 475 mm x 835 mm and the weight is 120 kg. The 17 kW system measures 1050 mm x 480 mm x 1330 mm and weighs 190 kg.

“The controller equipped with an integrated WiFi module enables the intelligent operation of three heating circuits as standard,” the spokesman continued. “The accessories increase the number of supported circuits and enable the installation to be equipped with room thermostats.”

The manufacturer gives the heat pump a 5-year product warranty.

Kensol is based in Gliwice, Upper Silesia, southern Poland, where it has a solar module and heat pump factory.

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