The new equipment which looks similar to the earlier TopTherm system, has a 42% higher coefficient of performance (COP) - up from 1.2 to 1.7. It covers cooling outputs from 500 - 4,000W. One way this has been achieved is by using efficient, electronically commutated, external-rotor fan motors, instead of the traditional mechanical pole-reversal machines.
Other improvements include switching off the fans automatically when they are not needed, and optimising the design of key components such as condensers, evaporators, cooling fins and pipework.
Cooling outputs from 1 - 6kW can be offered (with versions up to 16kW on the way), and can deliver savings of up to 50% compared to systems using hot gas bypass control. Other advantages include longer component lives, lower start-up currents and reduced noise and vibration.
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