Nortek‘s extensive ErP compliant range features RTU (packaged heat pump air handlers), a range of packaged direct expansion (DX) Air Source Heat Pumps and Air Conditioning units showing compelling performance under European Regulations.
Reznor’s range of high efficiency packaged rooftop units are available in cooling and heat pump modes. Both come with energy recovery functions (with heat wheel, or with thermodynamic active or passive) as an option.
Tandem scroll, Multiscroll technology combined with electronic expansion valves (EEV) are also available as future proof options likely to be compliant with the ErP 2021 round.
The width of the RTU line allows for flexible configurability and its record nominal COP and EER, spaces with a variable occupancy rate and changing conditions during the day, for instance shopping centres and retail parks, can benefit from energy savings of up to 30%
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