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A cool combination heat pump for heating and cooling
Thanks to the new air/water heat pump WPL cool, the latest technology for adjusting comfortable room temperatures is available during winter and summer times, since the new STIEBEL ELTRON heat pump provides central heating, cooling, and even DHW. And what is so very special about it is its extremely silent operation such that the heat pump is hardly ever heard during operation. An electronic expansion valve ensures an optimum control of heating and cooling processes and an even better energy efficiency.
As secure and future-proof investment, the modern system considerably contributes to an enhancement in value and comfort of properties. As STIEBEL ELTRON air/water heat pumps already installed a thousand times as well, the new WPL cool is suitable for internal or external installation and with its three power stages is particularly suitable for modernising old properties. The white galvanized steel sheet casing of the compact unit is corrosion protected. In case of an outdoor installation, a special ‘roof’ construction of the heat pump provides protection against the inclemencies of the weather. The air intake and exhaust openings are simultaneously integrated into this cover.
An air/water heat pump provides heating power in a compact form. Even at temperatures of -20°C, the system utilizes ambient air for heating purposes. Furthermore, the heat pump is characterized by its silent operation. With flow temperatures of up to 60°C, this type of heating is the optimum system in terms of operating costs and environmental pollution.
For cooling purposes during summer times, the WPL cool simply withdraws undesirable heat from the rooms using fan convectors or coffers and gives it off into the outside air by means of the heat pump.
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