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E-HP AW Air Source Heat Pump
Remeha E-HP AW Air Source Heat Pump (ASHP)

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E-HP AW Air Source Heat Pump

We provide two outputs to choose from, 44KW and 88kW to suit your commercial air source heating application requirements, either on their own or as part of a hybrid system. If you’re looking to install high performing, renewable energy solutions for heating or indirect hot water production, our air to water heat pumps are the efficient choice for newbuild and retrofit commercial applications. 

Features and Benefits

Multiple outputs

Available as 44kW or 88kW outputs with cascade options to suit large air source heat pumps applications

Low carbon footprint

Leaves a low carbon footprint using renewable energy solutions

High supply temperature

High supply temperature of up to 65°C flow temperature - ideal for newbuild and retrofit commercial applications

High performance in low temperature

Specially designed for Northern European climate conditions, high performing in conditions of down to -20C

Cheaper operating costs

Cheaper operating costs for customers due to a High SCOP (Seasonal Coefficient of Performance) up to 4.26

Flexible and adaptable

Flexible, adaptable installation, suitable for positioning outside and on top of building
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E-HP AW Air Source Heat Pump

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Specification guides

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Technical Specification


44 ACE B

88 ACE B

Heating capacity at A7/W35 (kW)34.3268.64
Power input at A7/W35 (kW)7.8115.24
COP at A7/W354.44.5
Heating capacity at A-7/W35 (kW)21.0947.03
Power input at A-7/W35 (kW)7.4814.6
COP at A-7/W352.823.22
SCOP Average Climate Low Temperature3.874.26
SCOP Average Climate High Temperature2.983.22
Seasonal Efficiency Low Temperature (%)152168
Seasonal Efficiency High Temperature (%)116126
ErP Data
Energy Label Rating average climateA++A++
Sound Power Rating indoors / outdoors L AW (dB)0/650/67
Refrigerant TypeR407cR407c
Nominal volume flow rate, sink (l/s)1.653.3
Minimum volume Flow Rate, sink (l/s)0.821.64
Flow and Return DT (°C)5-105-10
Pressure drop @ Nominal Flow Rate (kPa)1525
Max Operating Pressure (bar)1010
Min Operating Pressure (bar)22
Max. supply temperature (°C)6565
Flow Connection Size (Inch)1 1/22
Return Connection Size (Inch)1 1/22
Source Data
Operating limits, source [air] (°C)-20 to +35-20 to +35
Power supply compressor3 + Neutral3 + Neutral
Nominal Voltage Compressor (V)400400
Nominal Voltage Fans (V)230230
Nominal Voltage Controller 1 phase + neutral (V)230230
Number of Compressors 12
Number of Fans24
Starting current with softstarter 1st compressor (A)57.673.6
Starting current with softstarter 2nd compressor** (A)-100
Power Input Controller (kW)7.915
Max Operating Current FLC (A)26.753.4
Nominal Current (A7 & W55) (A)19.138.2
Sound power level LwA (dB(A))6567
Sound Pressure level Lp (A) 74.581.5
Unit Dimensions
Height (mm)21001550
Width (mm)12502310
Depth (mm)7751365
Service Clearences (mm)
Front (mm)20002000
Rear (mm)20002000
Left Side (mm)15001500
Right Side (mm)15001500

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