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RBW PV/PVS, the hot-water heapump

Up to 70% of the heat energy is cost-free heat from the ambient air. This goes easy on the household budget and the environment. With the cool exhaust air, adjacent rooms can be air-conditioned and dehumidified. Of particular advantage is installation in rooms that are already subject to dissipation heat due to heat generators. The REMKO hot-water heat pump RBW is ready to plug in. Rapid and easy installation is guaranteed. It is easy to use.

Touch-screen controller

With the intuitive touch-screen controller, the calling of all setting possibilities is child's play.

  • Adjustment of the water temperature
  • Timer function
  • Vacation program
  • ECO mode
  • Hybrid mode
  • Legionella function
  • Ventilation function
  • Solar control
  • Smart heating (photovoltaic)
  • function

Get €1.250 of subsidy within the Netherlands for this heatpump.

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Benefits

Benefits

  • Water temperatures up to 60°C for the accommodation of large tap volumes.

  • Incoming cold water flow technology.

  • The subsequent cold water flow is conducted down into the tank to prevent a mixing of the tank in case of a large tap volume.

  • Perfectly coordinated components to achieve the largest possible COP.

  • Externally installed heat exchanger. In this way, contamination is prevented and the best possible heat transfer is implemented.

  • Use of 2 tank sensors for precise temperature measurements.

  • Very good insulation.

  • Specially formed fins for an effective heat transfer and maximum efficiency.

  • Effective hot-gas thawing function for low air intake temperatures.

Solar plant connection

The RBW PV-S design is also provided with a heat exchanger for the connection of a thermal solar system. Ideal with the REMKO solar set RSK 25-5.

Compressed-air supply

Mounting at low ceiling heights is possible due to the laterally installed compressed air supply.

 Technical data

SeriesRBW 301 PVRBW 301 PV-S
Hot-water tank content (net)L287280
Hot-water temperature with heatpump°C5555
Max. hot-water temperature°C6060
Heating capacitykW1,81,8
Min./max. operating limit of the air intake temperature°C-7/+40-7/+40
COP performance factor according to EN 255-33,723,72
COP performance factor according to EN 255-32,612,61
Energy efficiency ratingA+A+
Energy consumption, annualkWh10871087
Additional heat exchanger (connection on right)m21,5
Voltage supplyV/Hz230/1~/50230/1~/50
Power consumption of heatpumpkW0,460,46
Power consumption of electrical heating elementkW1,51,5
Sound power level/sound pressure level, 3 m, semisphericaldB(A)57.9/4057.9/40
RefigerantR 134a / 950gR 134a / 950g
Max. pipe length of supply air/exhaust air channel (at 150 mm ø)m6/66/6
Connector for supply air/exhaust air channelmm150150
Hydraulic connector, water sideInchIG ¾IG ¾
Condensate drain spoutInchIG ½IG ½
Dimensions
Height/tipping dimensionsmm1840/18901840/1890
Diameter ømm640640
Weightkg136142
SeriesRBW 301 PVRBW 301 PV-S

 

  • Additional information for the RBW heatpump

    Saving energy made easy

    A hot-water heatpump is used exclusively for drinking water and can be operated independently of the actual heating system. It uses free heat from the surrounding air to heat water for bathing or hand washing.

    Use waste heat sensibly

    Upon choosing a hot-water heatpump, you are choosing an environmentally friendly and economical way of producing hot-water - at a manageable cost. Situated in rooms with heat generators, the hot-water heatpump utilizes the waste heat energy produced to heat drinking water. The heat of the boiler room no longer lost unused, but is redirected into the integrated hot water storage tank. At the same time, dehumidification of the basement rooms is carried out.

    Easy installation

    Since the compact device is delivered ready to plug in, the effort of installation is comparatively low. Only a connection to the water pipe and a socket are required.

    Can be combined with PV and other heat generators

    A hot-water heatpump with a 300 l tank is suitable for use in a detached house. Particularly useful is the combination with an existing photovoltaic system, so that the self-generated electricity can be used for hot water. The RBW PV-S version also allows connection to a solar thermal system or a conventional boiler.

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