Daikin supplied heat pump technology for a University, Cartagena, Spain. The project involved three R-32 air-cooled scroll heat pumps from the Bluevolution range of products, supplied to the university campus. The heat pumps will be used to meet the needs of the in terms of comfort cooling in the campus of an important university.
Total cooling/heating capacity: 1016 kW
For this project, the end user needed heat pump technology to integrate in the existing HVAC system, which provides air conditioning in the campus buildings.
Technology that could fully meet the comfort needs of the facilities was needed.
The most important aspects to consider in this project were low environmental impact of the technology installed, both from a CO2 emission standpoint and a GWP perspective.
So, energy efficiency was very important, as it was low GWP. Another important aspect, then, was low noise emission levels, to guarantee a quiet environment in the campus.
The scroll R-32 air to water heat pumps installed for this project, are well-known for providing the best performance in the market and the lowest combined levels of direct and indirect CO2 emissions. That is possible thanks to the low GWP R-32 refrigerant, but also thanks to the best-in-class efficiency levels offered both in cooling and in heating modes.
In fact, being part of the Bluevolution range, the EWYT-B- series benefits from all the advantages offered by R-32, which significantly reduces the environmental impact of heat pump technologies for the Applied sector while still providing outstanding performance.
With the EWYT-B- Series, Daikin managed to offer a solution that perfectly balanced the need for high energy efficiency, low CO2 emissions, low GWP and low noise emissions levels, thanks to the low sound configuration the units were provided with.
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