Regenerative hot air generator Eco-WP (heat pump system)

The heating system with regenerative energy

The heat generator that warms up your building with the help of nature through the heat pump system.

Heat generators are still the most profitable of solutions when it comes to warming up big buildings. They can be used for a comprehensive, well-regulated air temperature in the whole building.

The regenrative heat generator specifically for smaller or medium sized halls: direct-blow or with a channel system.

  • 100 % regenerative heat
  • heating medium: electric/heat pump principal
  • conserving for the environment
  • highly efficient system
  • ability to heat or cool (your choice)
  • compact design
  • state funding possible (only when installed in Germany!)
  • no exhaust gas system necessary
  • heat generator without complex warm water heat distribution

Heat pump priciple

Through the use of the heat pump technology and the new NLA-WP, you can now heat your building in the winter an cool it during the summer. But how exactly does this heat pump work and what material is used for its production?

Functionality: Heating

1. The coolant (e.g. R410A) in the WP-interconnected-system absorbs a certain amount of heat from the environment when air passes through the heat exchanger (evaporator unit, outside the building). The temperature of the heat carrier rises slightly (around +5°C).

2. With the help of the compressor, the gas gets compressed and the temperature increases by approximately 45°C (heat pump effect).

3. Transport of the coolant to the heat exchanger (inside the device, insider the bulding) and delivery to the air in the building that needs to be heated. The temperature drops to around 25°C.

4. Expansion outlet: the gas returns to ist original state (relaxation oft he gas).

Functionality: Cooling

By reversing the process described above, the heat pump cicle can be used as a cooling device during the summer. When it is used like that, the original condenser now becomes the evaporator that transfers the heat inside the room through the heat submission system to the coolant. The gaseous coolant is then transferred to the compressor and through the heat exchanger who then releases the heat outside of the building.