TERRA NEO ground-source heat pumps are a new generation of inverter-type heat pumps with the highest possible efficiency for heating and hot water. Thanks to their large power range and wide range of equipment, TERRA NEO heat pumps can be installed in residential homes and apartment buildings or commercial buildings of various types. The result is maximum savings, as the heat pump operates all year round at optimum performance without increasing electricity consumption.
Heat from thermal sources (geothermal boreholes, surface ground collector) is extracted by means of a closed primary circuit in which a mixture of water and antifreeze circulates. Groundwater can also be used as a heat source, but this option requires a water-to-water expansion module with an additional heat exchanger.
Setting heat pump and heating system parameters is easy and intuitive using the touchscreen. Operating states and parameters, such as the current coefficient of performance, are clearly shown on a seven-inch color LCD display. The TERRA NEO heat pump can already be controlled by computer over the internet in the basic configuration. The power range is graduated in three stages: 4-9 kW, 6-16 kW, and 10-22 kW. These heat pumps already meet the requirements of the A+++ energy class. The TERRA NEO model is also available with passive cooling.
TERRA NEO heat pumps meet strict Ecodesign requirements and are eligible for subsidies.
|Type designation||HP3BW 07 N|
(HP3BW 07 NP)
|HP3BW 12 N|
(HP3BW 12 NP)
|HP3BW 18 N
(HP3BW 18 NP)
|SVT code||SVT 23109|
|Energy class (35 °C)|
heating Ƞs (35 °C)
|205,8 %||203,9 %||203,3 %|
|SCOP (35 °C)||5,34||5,30||5,28|
|Energy parameters (kW)|
|Heating capacity (B0/W35)||4,5 — 9,0||6,5 — 16,0||10,0 — 22,0|
|Coefficient of Performance (B0/W35)||4,61||4,63||4,63|
|Cooling capacity (kW)||—|
|Collector area / borehole depth (m²/m)||360 / 1 × 130||480 / 2 × 90||860 / 3 × 105|
|Compressor / Control / Refrigerant||MITSUBISHI Scroll / INVERTOR / R410A|
|Dimensions (mm)||w 580|
Operating mode for ground-water pump system. The cooling is done by using the cold from the boreholes directly, while the compressor is switched off.
The higher the heating factor, the better the heat pump because it is cheaper to run.
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