Air-source heat pumps for commercial projects
Published:  10 May, 2010

Calorex’s Pro-Pac range of air-source heat pumps is designed for the small to medium commercial market. It has heating outputs from 25 to 70 kW and can provide heating and hot water for new buildings and refurbishment projects.

The Pro-Pac range can deliver hot water at up to 68°C without the need for direct electric top up and a flow temperature of up to 55°C for central heating.

Outdoor units have been designed to work in the temperate UK climate and have reverse-cycle defrost capability so they can work in temperatures as low as -15°C. Controls and connections are also designed to suit UK heating-system design and practice.

Specialist staff can advise on the selection of heat pumps and system design. Regular courses for specifiers and contractors are held at the company’s heat-pump technical centre in Essex.




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