Powrmatic heat-pump units are self contained

Published:  06 January, 2014

Powrmatic, Climapac

Powrmatic’s Climapac packaged reverse-cycle heat pumps are self-contained units for installing on an external wall. They have a built-in evaporator and condenser, eliminating the need for an external unit and associated refrigerant pipework. A built-in ceramic heater provide support in colder weather.

Climapac units are designed for high-wall mounting with a discreet connection through the wall. They can provide up to 3.86 kW of heating when the heat pump and ceramic heater are running together. Cooling capacity is 2.38kW.

The remote controller provides temperature and timer options. There is a subtle LCD display on the lower front panel.

For more information on this story, click here: January 2014, 171

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