Heating pump assembly PrimoTherm 180

AFRISO PrimoTherm 180 heating pump assembly – a modular system with many versions: With or without 3-way mixer, with or without circulation pump, with or without bypass valve. For closed thermal heating systems
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The new AFRISO PrimoTherm 180 heating pump assembly is used in closed thermal heating systems to circulate heating water or water-glycol mixtures. The standard pre-assembled, leak-tested and heat-insulated heating pump assemblies which are installed between the heating boiler and the pipe system have integrated high energy efficiency pumps, class A. However, virtually any other standard pump can be installed without much effort. The modular system assembly PrimoTherm 180 is available in 8 different versions which allows for a great variety of possible combinations: With or without 3-way mixer, circulation pump and/or bypass valve, with supply at the right or left side. The compact design of the system allows several pump assemblies to be mounted next to each other. Easy and fast installation is ensured by a sophisticated wall-mounting kit. The basic version comprises a stop valve with a red thermometer ball valve in the supply line and a blue thermometer ball valve as well as a stop valve with gravity brake. The next version additionally contains a 3-way mixer with actuator. PrimoTherm 180 is also available with a Grundfos or a Laing circulation pump. If a pump without internal control is used, the version with a bypass valve can be used to ensure constant pressure in the heating system and to reduce flow noise. The heating pump assembly can also be made to specific specifications for OEMs.
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