Ideal unveils monobloc heat pump for residential applications
The Logic Air heat pump has a heating capacity of 8.2 kW or 10.3 kW, measures 1,095 mm x 518 mm x 1,008 mm, and weighs 110 kg. It is designed for new build and retrofit installations, working with both radiator and underfloor heating systems. The heat pump can also be paired with rooftop PV to maximize self-consumption.
The coefficient of performance (COP) is up to 5.19 for the 8.2 kW model and up to 4.9 for the 10.3 kW model, according to the company’s datasheet. The heat pump produces domestic hot water up to 55 C. Its seasonal coefficient of performance (SCOP) for heating water to 35 C varies between 5.16 and 5.19, while the SCOP for 55 C applications varies from 3.7 to 3.73.
“Taking the learnings from the award-winning Logic boiler, the Logic Air heat pump integrates seamlessly with UK homes, partnered with our best-in-class pre-plumbed hot water cylinder and our connected Halo Air room thermostat, the Logic Air is quick to install, easy to commission, and simple to use,” said Ideal.
It claims the Logic Air heat pump produces noise at 55 db(A), the equivalent of a normal conversation between two people. The new device uses R32 as the refrigerant with a charge of 1.47 kg. It has a global warming potential (GWP) of 675.
In April, Ideal Heating announced plans for a new GBP 10 million ($12.5 million) heat pump R&D research center in Hull, England.
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