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HYDRO SOLAR AIR TO WATER HEAT PUMP (DC Inverter Compressor)
HYDRO SOLAR is one of the leading air to water heat pump manufacturers in the industry. Our innovative range of air to water heat pumps features a powerful DC inverter Panasonic Compressor, ensuring efficient operation and reliable performance as well as many air to water heat pump options. With the incorporation of EVI (Enhanced Vapor Injection) Technology, each air to water heat pump is designed to deliver exceptional heating capabilities even in extreme weather conditions. The advanced Carel Control devices, including the Main Board and Inverter Boards for the compressor, condenser fan, and circulation pump, further enhance the overall efficiency and control of the system.
As leading air to water heat pump manufacturers in the industry, our air to water heat pumps are designed to operate flawlessly within a wide range of outdoor temperatures, from -25⁰C to +45⁰C (-13⁰F to 113⁰F). This allows for the air to water pump to have year-round operation in various climates, providing reliable heating and hot water supply. With the ability to supply hot water as high as 55⁰C (131⁰F), our air to water heat pumps offer a comfortable and consistent hot water solution for residential and commercial applications.
Our Hydro Solar Innovative Energy Air to Water Heat Pumps, are equiped with a DC inverter Panasonic Compressor, EVI (Enhanced Vapor Injection) Technology, Panasonic Compressor and Advanced Carel Control devices (Main Board and Inverter Boards for compressor, condenser fan and circulation pump). Heat Pumps can operating at outdoor temperatures between -25⁰C and +45⁰C and can supply hot water as high as 55⁰C (131⁰F).
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