The VRF-GHP system operates based on gas heat pumps powered by gas operating on the ecological factor R410A. The VRF-3 pipe system allows simultaneous heating and cooling in one system - total cooling power of GHP aggregates installed on the roof, approx. 460 kW
The ABB Pugetów Palace measurement and research facility is air-conditioned and heated thanks to an ecological VRF installation. The system operates based on Panasonic Gas Heat Pumps (GHP). The total power of GHP systems in the building is approx. 250 kW.
Generally, heat pumps are heat pumps with an electric motor driven compressor. Currently, however, there are heat pumps with a gas-powered compressor. Gas is a cheap and easily available motor fuel. Works better on the environment because it emits a small amount of harmful substances. In addition, the engine designed for the heat pump is stable: it is distinguished by shorter stroke, lower compression pressure and lower combustion temperatures.
The gas heat pump allows you to reduce the consumption of electricity during increased energy demand while performing the cooling and heating function. During this time, it produces usable water within one device using natural gas or LPG.
Thanks to our previous activities, we can boast of many facilities in which we installed GHP systems. We carry out professional inspections and repairs, as well as comprehensive service of oil change aggregates and regeneration of exhaust gas exchangers. We also offer repairs to GHP engines – we regenerate and service heat pumps and components, e.g. three-way valves.