System description


Outdoor unit: sustainable energy converter
The outdoor unit extracts heat from the outside air and raises its temperature to a level high enough to supply heating. This heat is then transferred to the indoor unit through refrigeration pipework (thus, the additional advantage is that the pipes can never freeze). The compact outdoor unit is easily installed as no drilling or excavation work is required.


Indoor Hydrobox: heating and hot water system
The Hydrobox transfers the heat to the water circulating in the skirting-board heating system, underfloor heating, radiators or fan coil units and also to the domestic hot water tank. If you opt for the combination of heating and cooling, then the indoor unit can also decrease the water temperature to distribute a refreshing coolness.


Domestic hot water tank: designed for low energy consumption
As for domestic hot water, Altherma is just as clever. The unique layout and special placement of the system components maximizes energy efficiency. The water inside the storage tank is primarily warmed up by thermal energy from the outside air, thanks to the heat pump. The combination of an electric element, in the upper part of the tank, and the heat pump heat exchanger, in the lower part of the tank, ensures the lowest possible energy consumption with rapid water heating. In addition, a built in disinfection function can automatically raise the
water temperature to 70°C or higher to prevent the risk of bacteria growth.

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