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Grant Aerona³ R32 Air Source Heat Pump

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Grant Aerona³ R32 Air Source Heat Pump

The Aerona³ 12kW R32 inverter driven air source heat pump is the latest model to join Grant UK’s renewable product range. As its name suggests, this heat pump uses the more environmentally friendly R32 refrigerant which makes for a cleaner heat pump while still delivering excellent performance. Achieving an ErP rating of A++, the Grant Aerona³ R32 is the first monobloc R32 air source heat pump to be launched in the UK.

a++ Heating a Water

Features & benefits

Grant’s latest ASHP uses R32 refrigerant which has a considerably lower Global Warming Potential (GWP) compared to other typical heat pump refrigerants such as R410, thus complying with the upcoming legislative targets.

R32 is a single-component refrigerant which means it has no temperature glide. Having just one molecule in its formation, R32’s saturated liquid and vapor temperatures are the same and, by removing the risk for the refrigerant to suffer from glide, the system can recharge and recycle with greater ease, making it more efficient.

The Aerona³ R32 heat pump is Grant’s greenest heat pump yet. It also incorporates the familiar features that engineers have come to associate with the Grant Aerona brand. The new model is a single phase, DC inverter driven ASHP incorporating in-built weather compensation and a base tray heating element to prevent ice formation, features that it shares with the existing models in the Aerona³ range.

Monobloc in design, the Aerona³ R32 is suitable for use with S-Plan heating control systems and is simple to work with for installation and maintenance. The Aerona³ 12kW R32 model has a compact footprint and operates with low noise levels. It therefore has minimal impact on its surrounds both aesthetically and acoustically, something which is of great benefit to end-users.

  • Uses R32 refrigerant- GWP=675
  • Single phase
  • DC inverter driven
  • In-built weather compensation
  • Base tray heating element
  • Suitable for use with S-Plan heating control systems
  • Compact footprint
  • Operates with low noise levels
F-Gas Regulations and R32 Gas

F-Gas Regulations and R32 Gas

The 2014 EU Fluorinated Greenhouse Gas (F-Gas) Regulations is legislation designed to phase out the use of hydrofluorocarbons, with the introduction of a series of targets which are designed to limit the use of gases which have the highest Global Warming Potential (GWP). Grant’s latest ASHP uses R32 refrigerant which has a GWP which is considerably lower than other typical heat pump refrigerants such as R410, thus complying with the upcoming legislative targets.

In addition to having a lower GWP figure of 675, R32 is a single-component refrigerant which means it has no temperature glide. Refrigerant blends that have two or more components exhibit temperature glide but as R32 only has one molecule in its formation, its saturated liquid and vapor temperatures are the same. By removing the risk for the refrigerant to suffer from glide, the system can recharge and recycle with greater ease, making it more efficient.

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Specification

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SCOP 35°C
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Sound Power Level 1M
Sound Pressure Level at neighbouring assessment position
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HPID12R32 Grant Aerona³ 12kW R32 Inverter Driven Air Source Heat Pump 99kg 1418mm 1000mm 330mm TBC 10.0kW 10.0kW 10.2 (17.5) 2.20kg 230V 1"BSPF -20/43°C -20/43dB(a) -20/43dB(a) a++ - -

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