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Operating Modes Of The Heat Pump


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Modes of operation

 

  • monoenergetic-alternative:

The heat pump works alone above the switching temperature. The auxiliary heating works alone below the switch-off temperature.

 

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  • bivalent-parallel (monoenergetic)

While the heat pump sometimes does not supply all required heat, it is not neccessary to use another energy type, but rather it is possible to use an electrical heating element (= auxiliary heating). The heat pump works alone up to the cut-in temperature.

 

When the ambient temperature decreases below the cut-in temperature, the heat pump and the auxiliary heating both work simultaneously.

 

The max. supply temperature is 65°C. This operation type is used for air HP or refurbishings.

 

 

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  • bivalent-partially parallel (monoenergetic)

The heat pump works alone above the switching temperature. Heat pump and auxiliary heating work simultaneously for ambient temperatures between the switching temperature and the switch-off temperature.

 

The auxiliary heating works alone below the switch-off temperature.

 

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  • monovalent:

The heat pump supplies the entire space heating down to the lowest outside temperature. A second source of heat is not required.

 

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