EcoAir 107 Heat Pump with EcoEl accumulation tank
Parameters and specification
An integrated heating unit of EcoEl type contains everything needed for a domestic boiler room. Its compact size excels at little heat losses and occupies just a small space. It has been designed for the best use of heat supplied by a heat pump and for its optimum operation.
The user friendly integrated intelligent controller with a large display controls space- and DHW heating for the whole house. Both indoor and outdoor sensors as well as communication with the heat pump are used for precise regulation and optimum operation. When needed, electric heating rods are switched on in small steps. The highest heating comfort is then reached together with energy savings. Of course, also solar collectors or a solid-fuel boiler can be connected.
The controller is equipped with current sensors for the main fuse, so it is able to reduce immediately the power drawn for heating. Thanks to this fact, the controller will prevent the main fuse tripping, e.g. when an electric stove or a water well pump starts, however, this short heating interruption will not affect your thermal comfort in any way. This function facilitates the use of electricity for heating even in houses with a low-sized main fuse.
|EcoEl Technical Data||Unit||EcoEl 1550|
|Dimensions and weight||Width||mm||600|
|Built-in output of the upper el. heating rod switched in 1.5kW steps||kW||1,5 - 9|
|Built-in output of the lower el. heating rod||kW||6|
|Accumulation tank volume||l||223|
|40°C DHW supply when set:||50°C in Accu and 12 l/min||l||90|
|65°C in Accu and 21 l/min||l||>365/100|
EcoEl can be retrofitted with a plate heat exchanger with a circulation pump in order to use solar energy. Solar energy can be used together with a heat pump, combining thus the most ecologic energy sources. In the summer, solar energy is used for DHW heating, and in the winter it helps in space heating.
Example of a heat source output depending on a building’s energy needs
|CTC EcoAir 107 - EcoEl/AKU|
|Outdoor temp. °C||House heat loss (kW)||HP heat output (kW)||HP power input (kW)||El.rods heat output (kW)||Heating water temperature|
|DHW heating - an average annual outdoor temp. is shown in °C|