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Climaveneta Technical Bulletin

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AW-HT
0122 - 0302 Heat pump, air source for outdoor installation, high water
34 118 kW temperature

(The photo of the unit is purely indicative and may vary depending on the model)

 Energy class A efficiency


 Maximum reliability
 Extensive range of operation
 Renewable energy for commercial installations
 Modular configuration
AW-HT
SUMMARY
1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION p. 3

2. MODELS AND VERSIONS 4

3. ADVANTAGES OF THE HEAT PUMP 5

4. SPECIFICATIONS 7

5. CONTROL ELECTRONICS 9

6. ACCESSORIES 10

7. GENERAL TECHNICAL DATA 11

8. HEAT PUMP CAPACITY PERFORMANCE 13

9. OPERATING LIMITS 15

10. ETHYLENE GLYCOL MIXTURE 16

11. FOULING FACTORS 16

12. HYDRAULIC DATA 16

13. HYDRONIC GROUP (Optional) 17

14. ELECTRICAL DATA 24

15. FULL LOAD SOUND LEVEL 25

16. DIMENSIONAL DRAWINGS 26

17. LEGEND OF PIPE CONNECTIONS 27

Company quality system


certified to UNI EN ISO 9001
and environmental certification
UNI EN ISO 14001

Waiver of liability
This publication represents a preliminary document, and is the All work must be performed, components selected and materi-
sole property of Climaveneta. Any reproduction or disclosure of als used professionally and in complete accordance with the
such is strictly prohibited without the written authorisation of Cli- legislation in force in material in the country concerned, and
maveneta. considering the operating conditions and intended uses of the
This document has been prepared with maximum care and system, by qualified personnel.
attention paid to the content shown. Nonetheless, Climaveneta The data contained in this publication may be changed without
waives all liability deriving from the use of such document. prior notice.
Read this document carefully.

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1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION
AW-HT represent the best solution for systems in which there is COMBINED PRODUCTION OF HOT WATER FOR HEATING
the need to produce high temperature hot water for both space AND DOMESTIC USE
heating and sanitary purposes. With this solution the space If the systems require simultaneous production of hot water for
heating can be easily provided by using radiators, so without heating and for domestic use, the unit deviates the flow of water
any major changes on the already existing distribution system to the two separate systems via a three way valve, based on
available on site. The EVI technology compressor with addition- the priority assigned, changing the set point to ensure produc-
al steam injection in the compressing cycle assures a water tion of hot water with different temperatures based on the type
temperature of 65C and operating limits as low as -20C. Nei- of use (heating or domestic).
ther probes nor connections pipes to wells are needed; the In this case too, storage tanks can be used to store the thermal
installation is simple, this is a suitable solution for all applica- energy for the two systems, heating and domestic hot water,
tions. ensuring continuous operation by resolving the problem of
simultaneous requests for hot water production.

ENERGY CLASS A EFFICIENCY


The full range is available with a premium efficiency rating, over
the Class A. AW-HT/CA-E and AW-HT/LN-CA-E guaranty pre-
mium levels of efficiency and quietness, making this range the
best solution for both residential and light commercial markets.

MAXIMUM RELIABILITY
AW-HT offer maximum operating reliability, thanks to their two
main features:
- two independent circuits for all sizes;
- system to prevent formation of ice on the coil, ensuring short-
er and more efficient defrost cycles.

EXTENSIVE RANGE OF OPERATION


Production of high temperature hot water up to 65C for space
heating and sanitary purposes. The unit can operate as stan-
dard down to -20C outdoor temperature.

RENEWABLE ENERGY FOR COMMERCIAL INSTALLA-


TIONS
Best solution in centralised residential systems such as apart-
ment buildings, where the cost of renovation needs to be limited
by keeping the same distribution system with radiators, while
offering a source of renewable energy.

MODULAR CONFIGURATION
Modular configuration with capacity extension up to 400kW for
medium- and high-capacity installations. Ability of managing dif-
ferent thermal loads according to the requirements of both heat-
ing and the domestic hot water systems.

HOT WATER PRODUCTION ONLY


The unit works as a heat pump that, by exploiting the heat of
the source air via the finned coil heat exchanger, heats the
water delivered to the distribution system via a freon-water plate
heat exchanger (condenser).

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2. MODELS AND VERSIONS
AW-HT/CA-E: high efficiency heat pump
AW-HT/LN-CA-E: low noise high efficiency heat pump

AW-HT/D/CA-E: high efficiency heat pump with partial


heat recovery
AW-HT/D/LN-CA-E: low noise high efficiency heat pump with
partial heat recovery

AW-HT: heat pump


Heat pump designed for outdoor installation producing hot
water for central heating and domestic use, with vapour-injec-
tion EVI hermetic scroll compressors operating on R407C, axi-
al-flow fans, braze-welded plate heat exchanger and thermosta-
tic expansion valve.
Peraluman external panelling and coated galvanised steel
base. The range features two compressors operating in two
separate refrigerant circuits.

MODELS
Basic model
Standard heat pump unit without heat recovery

Modello con Recupero Parziale (D)


Gruppo pompa di calore completo di sezione di recupero
parziale di calore. In questa configurazione viene aggiunto in
ogni circuito frigorifero, rispetto alla configurazione base, uno
scambiatore di calore refrigerante/acqua, sulla linea di mandata
del gas. Lo scambiatore, posto in serie prima del condensatore
del circuito frigorifero tradizionale, opportunamente dimen-
sionato per garantire il recupero di calore per la produzione di
acqua calda a temperatura medio elevata, per uso sanitario od
altro. La potenza termica disponibile in prima approssimazione,
pari alla potenza elettrica assorbita dal compressore. Ogni
scambiatore fornito di serie di resistenza antigelo.

VERSIONS AVAILABLE
CA-E - class A
High efficiency version that exceeds energy efficiency class A.

LN-CA-E - Low noise


High efficiency version, class A and low noise. This configura-
tion features special soundproofing for the compressor com-
partments and a reduction in fan speed.
Rotation speed is however automatically increased in especially
demanding environmental conditions.

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3. ADVANTAGES OF THE HEAT PUMP
THE EVOLUTION OF ENERGY RESOURCES

Until now, the energy used to heat rooms and domestic water in strict legislation, are factors that play an ever more important
residential and service applications has accounted for a signifi- role in determining property values but also in the development
cant share of total energy consumption. possibilities available.
This energy is almost entirely produced using fossil fuels, Heat pumps that exploit the heat of the earth or the air now rep-
meaning high levels of atmospheric pollution and with harmful resent the best solution for heating rooms and producing
effects on the environment. domestic hot water.
Increasing environmental awareness, attention to the use of
renewable sources and the drive to cut investments and operat-
ing costs, together with the need to comply with increasingly

NEED TO UPGRADE
SPREAD OF SPREAD OF SPREAD OF SYSTEMS WITH RENEWABLE
OIL-FIRED BOILERS GAS-FIRED BOILERS ELECTRIC HEAT PUMPS ENERGY SOURCES FOR ALL
FOR CENTRAL HEATING REPLACING IN RESIDENTIAL RESIDENTIAL AND
THE OLD OIL-FIRED APPLICATIONS COMMERCIAL
BOILERS ENVIRONMENTS

High CO2 emissions due to the Reduction in CO2 emissions due Further reduction in CO2 emissions, Elimination of CO2 emissions,
production, extraction and use of to the extraction and use of fossil only partly limited to the production with electricity production deriving
fossil fuels fuels of electricity entirely from renewable sources

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THE IMPORTANCE OF HEAT PUMPS OPERATING RELIABILITY AND CONTINUITY

High temperature heat pumps are ideal for the renovation of The new Climaveneta heat pumps offer maximum operating
buildings where gas- or oil-fired central heating boilers need to reliability, thanks to their two main features:
be replaced, however with the need to retain the existing hot - two independent circuits for all sizes;
water distribution system based on radiators and, at the same - system to prevent formation of ice on the coil, ensuring short-
time, provide domestic hot water. er and more efficient defrosts.
This situation is typical of contexts involving public buildings,
such as schools and government offices, as well as in cen- Indeed it should be remembered that a heat pump used to heat
tralised residential systems such as apartment buildings, where rooms has to operate at maximum capacity when the outside
the cost of renovation needs to be limited by keeping the same conditions are most adverse.
distribution system while at the same time offering a source of
renewable energy, represented by the heat pump. Typical night-time peaks in energy production must therefore
Renovating a building without involving the distribution system always be ensured, regardless of the outside temperature and
also solves the inconvenience relating to the building work that humidity conditions that may not allow a traditional heat pump
would otherwise be needed, meaning the building can still be to operate effectively.
used and consequently saving time and money. For this reason, the Climaveneta AW-HT units are designed and
tested to ensure continuous operation and guarantee maximum
For medium- and high-capacity installations, system capacity indoor comfort in all weather conditions.
can be extended to 400 kW using a modular configuration. This
type of installation allows differentiated management of domes-
tic water production so as to optimise the use of energy
resources without waste, likewise differentiating heating capaci-
ty from cooling capacity.

Its significant operating flexibility means high temperature heat


pumps can be effectively used in the following applications:
- centralised systems for apartments
- public buildings
- schools
- hotels
- hospitals and clinics
- sports facilities and fitness centres

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EXTENSION TO SERVICE AND COMMERCIAL APPLICATIONS

For medium- and high-capacity installations, system capacity An alarm signal is also available via a relay output.
can be extended to 400 kW using a modular configuration to The LCD user interface displays the main variables relating to
connect up to four AW-HT units. the system and the units.
In this type of installation, domestic hot water production can, if Control can be based on proportional or proportional and inte-
necessary, be managed by just one of the units, installing a gral logic. The device is integrated perfectly into the unit, ensur-
three-way valve in the water circuit that deviates the flow of ing simultaneous activation of devices, optimising efficiency and
domestic hot water to a special storage tank. start-up current, and managing the pumps on the unit.
This selector valve is managed directly by the AW-HT unit, An RS485 serial line is used for connection to the other system
which decides when to open or close it based on the tempera- devices.
ture conditions measured directly in the systems (heating and
DHW). Below is an example of an installation with 4 AW-HT units fea-
The system is completely managed by the Climaveneta turing domestic water production in combination with the Cli-
GR2000 sequencer, which can be used to define dynamic maveneta GR2000 sequencer.
standby conditions and priorities for unit activation.

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4. SPECIFICATIONS

DESCRIPTION POWER AND CONTROL ELECTRICAL PANEL


Reversible heat pump designed for outdoor installation produc- Power and control electrical panel, built in compliance with
ing chilled and hot high-temperature water up to 65C for cen- EN60204-1/IEC 204-1 standards, complete with:
tral heating and domestic use, with vapour-injection EVI her- - transformer for the control circuit,
metic scroll compressors operating on R407C, axial-flow fans, - main door interlock disconnect switch,
braze-welded plate heat exchanger and thermostatic expansion - fuses and contactors for compressors and fans.
valve. Peraluman external panelling and coated galvanised - cumulative alarm terminals (BCA),
steel base. Operating limit in summer mode: +40C outdoor - remote ON/OFF terminals,
temperature Operating limit in winter mode: -20C outdoor tem- - spring terminal blocks for control circuits,
perature. - 3 way valve control terminals,
- electrical panel for outdoor installation, with two doors and
STRUCTURE seal gaskets,
Specific structure for outdoor installation, with hot galvanised - electronic controller.
steel sheet base painted with polyester powder coat, perimeter Unit power supply voltage: 400V~ 10% - 50 Hz - 3N.
frame made from aluminium section bars. Fan compartment
separate from the compressor compartments. Specific alumini- SOURCE FAN COMPARTMENT
um alloy panelling for outdoor installation, completely weather- 450 mm axial-flow fans with IP 54 index of protection, external
proof, easily removable, designed to allow total access to inter- impeller, pressed metal blades, housed in aerodynamic tubes,
nal components for inspection and maintenance (removal of complete with accident prevention grill.
front and side panels). Ventilation of compressor compartments. Six-pole electric motor with integrated thermal protector.
Fan compartment divided into two zones to allow independent
REFRIGERANT CIRCUIT air flow for each circuit.
Main components of the refrigerant circuit: Differentiated ventilation control with fans on inactive circuit shut
- two separated and independent circuits with compressors down.
operating individually in each circuit Condenser managed by continuous control of fan rotation
- R407C refrigerant speed.
- mechanical thermostatic valves
- filter dryer CERTIFICATION
- liquid flow indicator with moisture gauge Unit compliant with the following directives and amendments:
- high pressure safety valve - Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC.
- low pressure safety valve - EMC 89/336/EEC + 2004/108/EC.
- high and low pressure transducers - Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC.
- high pressure safety switches - Pressure Equipment Directive 97/23/EC. Model A1. TV Italy
- liquid receivers
- 4-way reversing valves TESTS
- plate heat exchanger on subcooling line Checks performed throughout the entire manufacturing process
- solenoid on liquid subcooling line according to the procedures specified by ISO 9001. Perfor-
mance or noise emission tests can be conducted by highly
COMPRESSOR qualified technical personnel with the customer present.
Hermetic rotary scroll compressor with vapour injection, com- Performance test involve measuring
plete with sump heater, electronic thermal protector with cen- - electrical data
tralised manual reset, two-pole electric motor. - water flow-rates
- operating temperature
SYSTEM HEAT EXCHANGER - power consumption
Braze welded AISI 316 steel plate heat exchanger. The heat - capacity delivered
exchangers are lined on the outside with closed-cell neoprene - pressure drop on the water-source heat exchanger at both full
lagging. When the unit is not operating, these are protected load (in rated conditions and at the most critical conditions for
against formation of ice on the inside by an electric heater with the condenser) and at part load.
thermostat, while when the unit is operating protection is During performance testing the main alarm conditions can also
ensured by a differential pressure switch on the water side. The be simulated.
unit can also operate with non-freezing mixes, down to heat Noise emission tests verify the units sound power levels
exchanger outlet temperatures of -8C. according to ISO 3744.

SOURCE HEAT EXCHANGER


Finned coil heat exchanger made from copper tubes and suit-
ably spaced aluminium fins to guarantee maximum heat
exchange efficiency, including subcooling circuit located in the
bottom section of the coil.

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5. W3000HP CONTROL ELECTRONICS

The W3000HP controller is the new device designed especially


for heat pump applications with incorporated logic for high tem-
perature hot water production.
The keypad features function controls and a complete LCD dis-
play for viewing data and activating the unit, via a multilevel
menu, with settable display language.
The controller provides temperature control for the heating and
cooling systems in the air-conditioned rooms, as well as for
domestic hot water.
These different temperatures are managed automatically based
on the different conditions in which the system operates, with
the possibility to assign specific levels of priority to domestic hot
water production, depending on the needs of the application.
Diagnostics include complete alarm management, with black
box functions (via PC) and alarm log (display or PC) for best
analysis of unit behaviour.
For systems made up of multiple units, differentiated device
management means just a certain portion of the capacity
installed can be dedicated to domestic water production, in this
way ensuring more efficient energy distribution and, at the same
time, guaranteeing simultaneous water delivery to the different
distribution systems.
The built-in clock can be used to create an operating profile
containing up to 4 typical days and 10 time bands, essential for
efficient programming of energy production, and fundamental
for managing the Legionella prevention cycles.
Defrosts use proprietary self-adaptive logic involving monitoring
of multiple operating and climate parameters.
This reduces the number and duration of defrosts, consequently
increasing overall energy efficiency.
Supervision is available with different options, using proprietary
devices or by integration into third party systems using ModBus,
BACnet, BACnet-over-IP and Echelon LonWorks protocols.
A dedicated wall-mounted keypad can be used for remote con-
trol of all the functions.

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6. ACCESSORIES

ACCESSORIES DESCRIPTION BENEFIT


Cu/Cu condensing coils Air-refrigerant heat exchanger with cop- Recommended for applications in corrosive
per fins and tubes. atmospheres
Condensing coils with epoxy-coated Painted air-refrigerant heat exchanger. Recommended for applications in medium level
fins pollution atmospheres.
Condensing coils with Fin Guard Silver Air-refrigerant heat exchanger with Recommended for marine exposure conditions,
treatment epoxidic treatment on coils and fins. with an high level of pollution or other aggressive
atmospheres.
Soft start Electronic device adopted to manage Break down of the inrush current as soon as the
the inrush current. electrical motor is switch on, lower motor's
mechanical wear, favourable sizing for the electri-
cal system.
Remote phase-sequence control Relay for controlling the phase- Protects loads against faults due to incorrect con-
sequence of mains. nection of the electric line.
Compressors' on/off signal Auxiliary contacts providing a voltage- Allows remote signalling of compressor's activa-
free signal tion or remote control of any auxiliary loads.

ModBUS connectivity Interface module for ModBUS protocols Allows integration with BMS operating with Mod-
BUS protocol
BACnet connectivity Interface module for BACnet protocols Allows integration with BMS operating with BAC-
net protocol
Echelon connectivity Interface module for Echelon systems Allows integration with BMS operating with Lon-
Works procotls
HP and LP gauges High and low pressure gauges. Allows immediate reading of the pressure values
on both low and high pressure circuits.

Compressor suction valve Shut-off solenoid valve on compressor's Simplifies maintenance activities
suction circuit.
Compr. discharge line valve Shut-off solenoid valve on compressor Simplifies maintenance activities.
discharge circuit
Cond. coil protection net Coil protecting net Protects against the intrusion of solid bodies with
mediumlarge dimensions.
Extra insulation for the compressors Acoustic encolsure on both compressor Noise emission reduction
section and pump sections (when applicable)
BACnet OVER-IP connectivity Interface module for BACnet OVER-IP Allows to interconnect BACnet devices over Inter-
protocols (LN standard version) net Protocol within wide-area networks
Pressure relief valves Dual relief valve with manual diverting Allows to unselect a relief valve in order to service
switch the unit avoiding medium or long inoperative peri-
ods
Arrangement for 3 way on field Arrangement for a 3 way valve for Allows to divert the water flow through the space
remote installation for the production of heating system and the domestic hot water circuit
domestic hot water according to the assigned priority level. The con-
trol of the flow is based on the water temperature
detected by a dedicated sensor placed on the
DHW boiler. The unit comes standard without the
built in valve. The valve must be installed external-
ly and can placed close to the DHW boiler, thus
simplifying the water circuit.
With 3 way valve on board 3 way valve built-in installed for the pro- Allows to divert the water flow through the space
duction of domestic hot water heating system and the domestic hot water circuit
according to the assigned priority level. The con-
trol of flow is based on the water temperature
detected by a dedicated sensor placed on the
DHW boiler. The unit comes with the valve factory
built in. The actuator is installed into a dedicated
board with an electrical heater, protected against
low ambient temperature. The built in valve allows
to simplify the on-site installation operations.

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7. GENERAL TECHNICAL DATA

AW-HT / CA-E
SIZE
S IZ E 0122
0 122 0152
0 152 0202
0 202 0262
0 262 0302
0 302
AW-HT /CA-E
AW-HT /CA-E
HEATING
H E A T IN G ((1)
1)

Heating
H eating capacity
c a p a c ity kW
kW 3 8 ,0
38,0 5 1 ,3
51,3 6 8 ,8
68,8 8 4 ,9
84,9 102
1 02
Total
T otal power
power input
input (unit)
( u n it) kW
k W 10,7
1 0 ,7 14,4
1 4 ,4 19,4
1 9 ,4 23,6
2 3 ,6 27,7
2 7 ,7
COP
C OP 3,55
3 ,5 5 3,56
3 ,5 6 3,55
3 ,5 5 3,60
3 ,6 0 3,68
3 ,6 8
Heat
H eat exchanger
exchanger water water flow flo w m //h
h 6,60
6 ,6 0 8,91
8 ,9 1 12,0
1 2 ,0 14,8
1 4 ,8 17,7
1 7 ,7
Heat
H eat exchanger
exchanger pressure
pressure drop d ro p kPa
k Pa 10,2
1 0 ,2 12,9
1 2 ,9 14,6
1 4 ,6 18,3
1 8 ,3 22,9
2 2 ,9
COM PRESSORS
COMPRESSORS
Number
N um ber N. 2 2 2 2 2
Number
N umber of of capacity
c a p a c ity N. 2 2 2 2 2
Number
N umber of of circuits
c ir c u its N. 2 2 2 2 2
Type
T ype of of regulation
r e g u la tio n STEPS
S TEPS STEPS
S TEPS STEPS
S TEPS STEPS
S TEPS STEPS
S TEPS

Minimum
M inimum capacity
capacity steps s te p s % 50
50 50
50 50
50 50
50 50
5 0
Type
T ype of of refrigerant
r e fr ig e r a n t R407C
R 407C R407C
R 407C R407C
R 407C R407C
R 407C R407C
R 407C
Refrigerant
R efrigerant ccharge h a rg e kg.
kg. 18
1 8 26
2 6 30
3 0 33
3 3 40
4 0
Oilil ccharge
O h a rg e kg.
k g. 3,8
3 ,8 8 8 8,2
8 ,2 8,2
8 ,2

FANS
FANS
Number
N um ber N. 4 6 8 8 8
Air
A ir fflow
lo w m //ss 5 ,1 5
5,15 7 ,5 1
7,51 1 0 ,4
10,4 1 0 ,6
10,6 1 0 ,4
10,4
Single
S in g le ppower
ower input
in p u t kW
k W 0,25
0 ,2 5 0,25
0 ,2 5 0,25
0 ,2 5 0,25
0 ,2 5 0,25
0 ,2 5

N O IS E L
NOISE LEVELS
EVELS ((2)
2)

Total
T otal ssound
ound power
power d B (A )
dB(A) 84
8 4 86
8 6 87
8 7 87
8 7 87
8 7
Total
T otal ssound
ound pressure
p re s s u re dB(A)
d B (A ) 52
52 54
54 55
55 55
55 55
55
DIMENSIONS AND
DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHTS
W E IG H T S ((3)
3)
Length
L e n g th mm.
mm. 1695
1695 2195
2195 2745
2745 2745
2745 2745
2745
Width
W id th mm.
m m. 1120
1 120 1120
1 120 1120
1 120 1120
1 120 1120
1 120
Height
H e ig h t mm.
m m. 1420
1 420 1420
1 420 1420
1 420 1620
1 620 1620
1 620
Weight
W e ig h t kg.
k g. 510
5 10 750
7 50 870
8 70 940
9 40 1030
1 030

1 Ambient temperature 7 C
Exchanger water (in/out) 40/45 C
2 Sound power on the basis of measurements made in compliance with ISO 9614 and Eurovent 8/1 for Eurovent certified units; in compliance with ISO 3744 for non-certified units
Average sound pressure level, at 10 (m.) distance, unit in a free field on a reflective surface; non-binding value obtained from the sound power level
3 Standard configuration
- Not available

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7. GENERAL TECHNICAL DATA

AW-HT / LN-CA-E
SIZE
S IZ E 0122
0 122 0152
0 152 0202
0 202 0262
0 262 0302
0 302
AW-HT /LN-CA-E
AW-HT /LN-CA-E
HEATING
H E A T IN G ((1)
1)

Heating
H eating capacity
c a p a c ity kW
kW 3 8 ,4
38,4 5 1 ,0
51,0 6 9 ,4
69,4 8 5 ,8
85,8 100
1 00
Total
T otal power
power input
input (unit)
( u n it) kW
k W 10,7
1 0 ,7 14,3
1 4 ,3 19,4
1 9 ,4 23,7
2 3 ,7 27,6
2 7 ,6
COP
C OP 3,59
3 ,5 9 3,57
3 ,5 7 3,58
3 ,5 8 3,62
3 ,6 2 3,63
3 ,6 3
Heat
H eat exchanger
exchanger water water flow flo w m //h
h 6,67
6 ,6 7 8,86
8 ,8 6 12,1
1 2 ,1 14,9
1 4 ,9 17,4
1 7 ,4
Heat
H eat exchanger
exchanger pressure
pressure drop d ro p kPa
k Pa 10,5
1 0 ,5 12,7
1 2 ,7 14,8
1 4 ,8 18,7
1 8 ,7 22,2
2 2 ,2
COM PRESSORS
COMPRESSORS
Number
N um ber N. 2 2 2 2 2
Number
N umber of of capacity
c a p a c ity N. 2 2 2 2 2
Number
N umber of of circuits
c ir c u its N. 2 2 2 2 2
Type
T ype of of regulation
r e g u la tio n STEPS
S TEPS STEPS
S TEPS STEPS
S TEPS STEPS
S TEPS STEPS
S TEPS

Minimum
M inimum capacity
capacity steps s te p s % 50
50 50
50 50
50 50
50 50
5 0
Type
T ype of of refrigerant
r e fr ig e r a n t R407C
R 407C R407C
R 407C R407C
R 407C R407C
R 407C R407C
R 407C
Refrigerant
R efrigerant ccharge h a rg e kg.
kg. 18
1 8 26
2 6 30
3 0 33
3 3 40
4 0
Oilil ccharge
O h a rg e kg.
k g. 3,8
3 ,8 8 8 8,2
8 ,2 8,2
8 ,2

FANS
FANS
Number
N um ber N. 4 6 8 8 8
Air
A ir fflow
lo w m //ss 4 ,1 7
4,17 6 ,2 5
6,25 8 ,4 2
8,42 8 ,6 8
8,68 8 ,6 8
8,68
Single
S in g le ppower
ower input
in p u t kW
k W 0,25
0 ,2 5 0,25
0 ,2 5 0,25
0 ,2 5 0,25
0 ,2 5 0,25
0 ,2 5

N O IS E L
NOISE LEVELS
EVELS ((2)
2)

Total
T otal ssound
ound power
power d B (A )
dB(A) 80
8 0 82
8 2 83
8 3 83
8 3 84
8 4
Total
T otal ssound
ound pressure
p re s s u re dB(A)
d B (A ) 48
48 50
50 51
51 51
51 52
52
DIMENSIONS AND
DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHTS
W E IG H T S ((3)
3)
Length
L e n g th mm.
mm. 1695
1695 2195
2195 2745
2745 2745
2745 2745
2745
Width
W id th mm.
m m. 1120
1 120 1120
1 120 1120
1 120 1120
1 120 1120
1 120
Height
H e ig h t mm.
m m. 1420
1 420 1420
1 420 1420
1 420 1620
1 620 1620
1 620
Weight
W e ig h t kg.
k g. 530
5 30 760
7 60 910
9 10 980
9 80 1030
1 030

1 Ambient temperature 7 C
Exchanger water (in/out) 40/45 C
2 Sound power on the basis of measurements made in compliance with ISO 9614 and Eurovent 8/1 for Eurovent certified units; in compliance with ISO 3744 for non-certified units
Average sound pressure level, at 10 (m.) distance, unit in a free field on a reflective surface; non-binding value obtained from the sound power level
3 Standard configuration
- Not available

AW_HT_0122_0302_201105_EN HFC 407C


12
AW-HT
8. HEAT PUMP CAPACITY PERFORMANCE

AW-HT / CA-E
0122
0 122
Ta
T a --20
20 --15
15 -12
-1
12 -5 0 7 --20
20 --15
15 --12
12 -5 0 7 --20
20 --15
15 --12
12 -5 0 7
Tcd
Tcd 35
3 5 45
4 5 50
5 0
Ptt
P 1 8 ,0
18,0 2 1 ,4
21,4 2 3 ,5
23,5 2 8 ,8
28,8 3 2 ,7
32,7 3 8 ,6
38,6 2 0 ,7
20,7 2 3 ,2
23,2 2 4 ,9
24,9 2 9 ,4
29,4 3 3 ,1
33,1 3 9 ,0
39,0 - 2 3 ,6
23,6 2 5 ,3
25,3 2 9 ,9
29,9 3 3 ,7
33,7 3 9 ,5
39,5
Qcd
Q cd 1,95
1 ,9 5 2,32
2 ,3 2 2,55
2 ,5 5 3,11
3 ,1 1 3,54
3 ,5 4 4,17
4 ,1 7 2,24
2 ,2 4 2,52
2 ,5 2 2,70
2 ,7 0 3,19
3 ,1 9 3,60
3 ,6 0 4,23
4 ,2 3 - 2,56
2 ,5 6 2,75
2 ,7 5 3,25
3 ,2 5 3,66
3 ,6 6 4,30
4 ,3 0
Pcd
P cd 0,893
0 ,8 9 3 1,26
1 ,2 6 1,52
1 ,5 2 2,28
2 ,2 8 2,95
2 ,9 5 4,10
4 ,1 0 1,18
1 ,1 8 1,49
1 ,4 9 1,72
1 ,7 2 2,40
2 ,4 0 3,04
3 ,0 4 4,21
4 ,2 1 - 1,54
1 ,5 4 1,78
1 ,7 8 2,49
2 ,4 9 3,15
3 ,1 5 4,34
4 ,3 4
Pat
P at 8,61
8 ,6 1 8,58
8 ,5 8 8,58
8 ,5 8 8,64
8 ,6 4 8,72
8 ,7 2 8,90
8 ,9 0 9,49
9 ,4 9 9,76
9 ,7 6 9,91
9 ,9 1 10,2
1 0 ,2 10,4
1 0 ,4 10,7
1 0 ,7 - 10,3
1 0 ,3 10,6
1 0 ,6 11,2
1 1 ,2 11,5
1 1 ,5 11,8
1 1 ,8
Ta
T a --20
20 --15
15 -12
-112 -5 0 7 --20
20 --15
15 --12
12 -5 0 7 --20
20 --15
15 --12
12 -5 0 7
Tcd
Tcd 55
5 5 60
6 0 65
6 5
Ptt
P - 2 3 ,6
23,6 2 5 ,6
25,6 3 0 ,5
30,5 3 4 ,4
34,4 4 0 ,2
40,2 - - 2 5 ,6
25,6 3 1 ,2
31,2 3 5 ,3
35,3 4 1 ,0
41,0 - - 2 5 ,5
25,5 3 2 ,1
32,1 3 6 ,4
36,4 4 2 ,1
42,1
Qcd
Q cd - 2,57
2 ,5 7 2,78
2 ,7 8 3,33
3 ,3 3 3,75
3 ,7 5 4,38
4 ,3 8 - - 2,80
2 ,8 0 3,41
3 ,4 1 3,85
3 ,8 5 4,48
4 ,4 8 - - 2,79
2 ,7 9 3,51
3 ,5 1 3,99
3 ,9 9 4,60
4 ,6 0
Pcd
P cd - 1,55
1 ,5 5 1,82
1 ,8 2 2,60
2 ,6 0 3,30
3 ,3 0 4,50
4 ,5 0 - - 1,84
1 ,8 4 2,73
2 ,7 3 3,49
3 ,4 9 4,72
4 ,7 2 - - 1,83
1 ,8 3 2,89
2 ,8 9 3,73
3 ,7 3 4,98
4 ,9 8
Pat
P at - 10,9
1 0 ,9 11,4
1 1 ,4 12,2
1 2 ,2 12,7
1 2 ,7 13,1
1 3 ,1 - - 12,1
1 2 ,1 13,4
1 3 ,4 14,0
1 4 ,0 14,5
1 4 ,5 - - 12,9
1 2 ,9 14,6
1 4 ,6 15,4
1 5 ,4 16,1
1 6 ,1
0152
0 152
Ta
T a --20
20 --15
15 -12
-1
12 -5 0 7 --20
20 --15
15 --12
12 -5 0 7 --20
20 --15
15 --12
12 -5 0 7
Tcd
Tcd 35
3 5 45
4 5 50
5 0
Ptt
P 19,9
1 9 ,9 25,9
2 5 ,9 29,5
2 9 ,5 37,8
3 7 ,8 43,7
4 3 ,7 51,9
5 1 ,9 20,9
2 0 ,9 26,9
2 6 ,9 30,5
3 0 ,5 38,8
3 8 ,8 44,6
4 4 ,6 52,6
5 2 ,6 - 27,6
2 7 ,6 31,1
3 1 ,1 39,3
3 9 ,3 45,0
4 5 ,0 52,9
5 2 ,9
Qcd
Q cd 2,15
2 ,1 5 2,80
2 ,8 0 3,19
3 ,1 9 4,09
4 ,0 9 4,73
4 ,7 3 5,62
5 ,6 2 2,26
2 ,2 6 2,92
2 ,9 2 3,31
3 ,3 1 4,21
4 ,2 1 4,84
4 ,8 4 5,71
5 ,7 1 - 3,00
3 ,0 0 3,38
3 ,3 8 4,27
4 ,2 7 4,89
4 ,8 9 5,75
5 ,7 5
Pcd
P cd 0,748
0 ,7 4 8 1,27
1 ,2 7 1,65
1 ,6 5 2,71
2 ,7 1 3,63
3 ,6 3 5,12
5 ,1 2 0,831
0 ,8 3 1 1,38
1 ,3 8 1,78
1 ,7 8 2,87
2 ,8 7 3,79
3 ,7 9 5,28
5 ,2 8 - 1,46
1 ,4 6 1,86
1 ,8 6 2,95
2 ,9 5 3,88
3 ,8 8 5,36
5 ,3 6
Pat
P at 10,1
1 0 ,1 10,6
1 0 ,6 10,9
1 0 ,9 11,5
1 1 ,5 11,9
1 1 ,9 12,2
1 2 ,2 10,4
1 0 ,4 11,6
1 1 ,6 12,2
1 2 ,2 13,3
1 3 ,3 13,9
1 3 ,9 14,4
1 4 ,4 - 12,6
1 2 ,6 13,2
1 3 ,2 14,4
1 4 ,4 15,1
1 5 ,1 15,7
1 5 ,7
Ta
T a --20
20 --15
15 -12
-112 -5 0 7 --20
20 --15
15 --12
12 -5 0 7 --20
20 --15
15 --12
12 -5 0 7
Tcd
Tcd 55
5 5 60
6 0 65
6 5
Ptt
P - 2 8 ,4
28,4 3 1 ,8
31,8 3 9 ,8
39,8 4 5 ,4
45,4 5 3 ,2
53,2 - - 3 2 ,6
32,6 4 0 ,3
40,3 4 5 ,8
45,8 5 3 ,4
53,4 - - 3 3 ,5
33,5 4 0 ,9
40,9 4 6 ,2
46,2 5 3 ,6
53,6
Qcd
Q cd - 3,09
3 ,0 9 3,47
3 ,4 7 4,33
4 ,3 3 4,95
4 ,9 5 5,79
5 ,7 9 - - 3,56
3 ,5 6 4,40
4 ,4 0 5,00
5 ,0 0 5,83
5 ,8 3 - - 3,66
3 ,6 6 4,47
4 ,4 7 5,05
5 ,0 5 5,86
5 ,8 6
Pcd
P cd - 1,55
1 ,5 5 1,95
1 ,9 5 3,04
3 ,0 4 3,96
3 ,9 6 5,43
5 ,4 3 - - 2,05
2 ,0 5 3,14
3 ,1 4 4,05
4 ,0 5 5,50
5 ,5 0 - - 2,17
2 ,1 7 3,24
3 ,2 4 4,13
4 ,1 3 5,57
5 ,5 7
Pat
P at - 13,9
1 3 ,9 14,5
1 4 ,5 15,7
1 5 ,7 16,3
1 6 ,3 17,0
1 7 ,0 - - 16,0
1 6 ,0 17,0
1 7 ,0 17,7
1 7 ,7 18,5
1 8 ,5 - - 17,8
1 7 ,8 18,5
1 8 ,5 19,1
1 9 ,1 20,0
2 0 ,0
0202
0 202
Ta
T a --20
20 --15
15 -12
-1
12 -5 0 7 --20
20 --15
15 --12
12 -5 0 7 --20
20 --15
15 --12
12 -5 0 7
Tcd
Tcd 35
3 5 45
4 5 50
5 0
Ptt
P 3 3 ,0
33,0 3 8 ,7
38,7 4 2 ,4
42,4 5 1 ,6
51,6 5 8 ,8
58,8 6 9 ,7
69,7 3 4 ,2
34,2 3 9 ,9
39,9 4 3 ,6
43,6 5 2 ,8
52,8 5 9 ,9
59,9 7 0 ,6
70,6 - 4 0 ,4
40,4 4 4 ,2
44,2 5 3 ,5
53,5 6 0 ,6
60,6 7 1 ,3
71,3
Qcd
Q cd 3,57
3 ,5 7 4,19
4 ,1 9 4,59
4 ,5 9 5,59
5 ,5 9 6,37
6 ,3 7 7,55
7 ,5 5 3,71
3 ,7 1 4,34
4 ,3 4 4,73
4 ,7 3 5,73
5 ,7 3 6,50
6 ,5 0 7,66
7 ,6 6 - 4,39
4 ,3 9 4,80
4 ,8 0 5,82
5 ,8 2 6,59
6 ,5 9 7,75
7 ,7 5
Pcd
P cd 1,30
1 ,3 0 1,79
1 ,7 9 2,15
2 ,1 5 3,19
3 ,1 9 4,13
4 ,1 3 5,81
5 ,8 1 1,41
1 ,4 1 1,92
1 ,9 2 2,29
2 ,2 9 3,35
3 ,3 5 4,31
4 ,3 1 5,99
5 ,9 9 - 1,97
1 ,9 7 2,35
2 ,3 5 3,45
3 ,4 5 4,44
4 ,4 4 6,13
6 ,1 3
Pat
P at 14,8
1 4 ,8 15,0
1 5 ,0 15,2
1 5 ,2 15,6
1 5 ,6 15,9
1 5 ,9 16,3
1 6 ,3 16,7
1 6 ,7 17,2
1 7 ,2 17,5
1 7 ,5 18,2
1 8 ,2 18,7
1 8 ,7 19,4
1 9 ,4 - 18,1
1 8 ,1 18,6
1 8 ,6 19,6
1 9 ,6 20,3
2 0 ,3 21,2
2 1 ,2
Ta
T a --20
20 --15
15 -12
-112 -5 0 7 --20
20 --15
15 --12
12 -5 0 7 --20
20 --15
15 --12
12 -5 0 7
Tcd
Tcd 55
5 5 60
6 0 65
6 5
Ptt
P - 4 0 ,7
40,7 4 4 ,7
44,7 5 4 ,3
54,3 6 1 ,5
61,5 7 2 ,2
72,2 - - 4 5 ,2
45,2 5 5 ,2
55,2 6 2 ,6
62,6 7 3 ,2
73,2 - - 4 5 ,6
45,6 5 6 ,2
56,2 6 3 ,8
63,8 7 4 ,4
74,4
Qcd
Q cd - 4,44
4 ,4 4 4,87
4 ,8 7 5,92
5 ,9 2 6,70
6 ,7 0 7,86
7 ,8 6 - - 4,93
4 ,9 3 6,02
6 ,0 2 6,83
6 ,8 3 7,99
7 ,9 9 - - 4,99
4 ,9 9 6,14
6 ,1 4 6,97
6 ,9 7 8,14
8 ,1 4
Pcd
P cd - 2,01
2 ,0 1 2,42
2 ,4 2 3,57
3 ,5 7 4,58
4 ,5 8 6,31
6 ,3 1 - - 2,48
2 ,4 8 3,70
3 ,7 0 4,76
4 ,7 6 6,52
6 ,5 2 - - 2,54
2 ,5 4 3,85
3 ,8 5 4,96
4 ,9 6 6,76
6 ,7 6
Pat
P at - 18,8
1 8 ,8 19,6
1 9 ,6 21,1
2 1 ,1 22,1
2 2 ,1 23,2
2 3 ,2 - - 20,5
2 0 ,5 22,7
2 2 ,7 24,0
2 4 ,0 25,4
2 5 ,4 - - 21,4
2 1 ,4 24,3
2 4 ,3 26,0
2 6 ,0 27,7
2 7 ,7
0262
0 262
Ta
T a --20
20 --15
15 -12
-1
12 -5 0 7 --20
20 --15
15 --12
12 -5 0 7 --20
20 --15
15 --12
12 -5 0 7
Tcd
T cd 35
3 5 45
4 5 50
5 0
Ptt
P 4 3 ,8
43,8 4 9 ,1
49,1 5 2 ,9
52,9 6 3 ,2
63,2 7 2 ,0
72,0 8 6 ,2
86,2 4 5 ,6
45,6 5 1 ,0
51,0 5 4 ,7
54,7 6 4 ,9
64,9 7 3 ,5
73,5 8 7 ,3
87,3 - 5 2 ,3
52,3 5 6 ,0
56,0 6 6 ,0
66,0 7 4 ,5
74,5 8 8 ,0
88,0
Qcd
Q cd 4,74
4 ,7 4 5,31
5 ,3 1 5,72
5 ,7 2 6,84
6 ,8 4 7,79
7 ,7 9 9,32
9 ,3 2 4,95
4 ,9 5 5,53
5 ,5 3 5,94
5 ,9 4 7,05
7 ,0 5 7,98
7 ,9 8 9,48
9 ,4 8 - 5,68
5 ,6 8 6,09
6 ,0 9 7,18
7 ,1 8 8,10
8 ,1 0 9,57
9 ,5 7
Pcd
P cd 1,88
1 ,8 8 2,37
2 ,3 7 2,75
2 ,7 5 3,93
3 ,9 3 5,10
5 ,1 0 7,30
7 ,3 0 2,05
2 ,0 5 2,57
2 ,5 7 2,96
2 ,9 6 4,17
4 ,1 7 5,35
5 ,3 5 7,54
7 ,5 4 - 2,71
2 ,7 1 3,11
3 ,1 1 4,33
4 ,3 3 5,51
5 ,5 1 7,70
7 ,7 0
Pat
P at 17,8
1 7 ,8 18,0
1 8 ,0 18,2
1 8 ,2 18,6
1 8 ,6 19,1
1 9 ,1 19,9
1 9 ,9 20,3
2 0 ,3 20,8
2 0 ,8 21,1
2 1 ,1 21,9
2 1 ,9 22,5
2 2 ,5 23,6
2 3 ,6 - 22,5
2 2 ,5 22,9
2 2 ,9 23,8
2 3 ,8 24,6
2 4 ,6 25,8
2 5 ,8
Ta
T a --20
20 --15
15 -12
-112 -5 0 7 --20
20 --15
15 --12
12 -5 0 7 --20
20 --15
15 --12
12 -5 0 7
Tcd
Tcd 55
5 5 60
6 0 65
6 5
Ptt
P - 5 3 ,9
53,9 5 7 ,5
57,5 6 7 ,3
67,3 7 5 ,6
75,6 8 8 ,9
88,9 - - 5 9 ,2
59,2 6 8 ,7
68,7 7 6 ,8
76,8 8 9 ,9
89,9 - - 6 1 ,1
61,1 7 0 ,3
70,3 7 8 ,2
78,2 9 1 ,0
91,0
Qcd
Q cd - 5,87
5 ,8 7 6,26
6 ,2 6 7,33
7 ,3 3 8,23
8 ,2 3 9,69
9 ,6 9 - - 6,46
6 ,4 6 7,50
7 ,5 0 8,39
8 ,3 9 9,81
9 ,8 1 - - 6,69
6 ,6 9 7,69
7 ,6 9 8,55
8 ,5 5 9,96
9 ,9 6
Pcd
P cd - 2,89
2 ,8 9 3,29
3 ,2 9 4,51
4 ,5 1 5,69
5 ,6 9 7,88
7 ,8 8 - - 3,50
3 ,5 0 4,73
4 ,7 3 5,91
5 ,9 1 8,09
8 ,0 9 - - 3,76
3 ,7 6 4,97
4 ,9 7 6,15
6 ,1 5 8,33
8 ,3 3
Pat
P at - 24,4
2 4 ,4 24,9
2 4 ,9 26,0
2 6 ,0 26,9
2 6 ,9 28,2
2 8 ,2 - - 27,1
2 7 ,1 28,4
2 8 ,4 29,4
2 9 ,4 30,8
3 0 ,8 - - 29,6
2 9 ,6 31,0
3 1 ,0 32,1
3 2 ,1 33,7
3 3 ,7
0302
0 302
Ta
T a --20
20 --15
15 -12
-1
12 -5 0 7 --20
20 --15
15 --12
12 -5 0 7 --20
20 --15
15 --12
12 -5 0 7
Tcd
Tcd 35
3 5 45
4 5 50
5 0
Ptt
P 5 2 ,7
52,7 5 9 ,2
59,2 6 3 ,7
63,7 7 6 ,2
76,2 8 6 ,7
86,7 104
1 04 5 1 ,8
51,8 5 9 ,5
59,5 6 4 ,5
64,5 7 7 ,8
77,8 8 8 ,4
88,4 105
1 05 - 5 9 ,8
59,8 6 5 ,2
65,2 7 8 ,8
78,8 8 9 ,5
89,5 106
1 06
Qcd
Q cd 5,70
5 ,7 0 6,40
6 ,4 0 6,89
6 ,8 9 8,24
8 ,2 4 9,38
9 ,3 8 11,2
1 1 ,2 5,62
5 ,6 2 6,46
6 ,4 6 7,01
7 ,0 1 8,44
8 ,4 4 9,59
9 ,5 9 11,4
1 1 ,4 - 6,50
6 ,5 0 7,09
7 ,0 9 8,57
8 ,5 7 9,73
9 ,7 3 11,5
1 1 ,5
Pcd
P cd 2,37
2 ,3 7 2,99
2 ,9 9 3,47
3 ,4 7 4,96
4 ,9 6 6,42
6 ,4 2 9,18
9 ,1 8 2,31
2 ,3 1 3,04
3 ,0 4 3,58
3 ,5 8 5,20
5 ,2 0 6,72
6 ,7 2 9,45
9 ,4 5 - 3,09
3 ,0 9 3,66
3 ,6 6 5,36
5 ,3 6 6,91
6 ,9 1 9,67
9 ,6 7
Pat
P at 20,8
2 0 ,8 21,0
2 1 ,0 21,1
2 1 ,1 21,7
2 1 ,7 22,2
2 2 ,2 23,2
2 3 ,2 25,1
2 5 ,1 25,2
2 5 ,2 25,3
2 5 ,3 25,9
2 5 ,9 26,5
2 6 ,5 27,7
2 7 ,7 - 26,6
2 6 ,6 27,1
2 7 ,1 28,2
2 8 ,2 29,1
2 9 ,1 30,5
3 0 ,5
Ta
T a --20
20 --15
15 -12
-112 -5 0 7 --20
20 --15
15 --12
12 -5 0 7 --20
20 --15
15 --12
12 -5 0 7
Tcd
Tcd 55
5 5 60
6 0 65
6 5
Ptt
P - 6 0 ,2
60,2 6 5 ,9
65,9 8 0 ,0
80,0 9 0 ,8
90,8 107
107 - - 6 6 ,7
66,7 8 1 ,3
81,3 9 2 ,4
92,4 109
109 - - 6 7 ,7
67,7 8 2 ,8
82,8 9 4 ,1
94,1 111
1 11
Qcd
Q cd - 6,56
6 ,5 6 7,18
7 ,1 8 8,71
8 ,7 1 9,90
9 ,9 0 11,7
1 1 ,7 - - 7,28
7 ,2 8 8,88
8 ,8 8 10,1
1 0 ,1 11,9
1 1 ,9 - - 7,40
7 ,4 0 9,06
9 ,0 6 10,3
1 0 ,3 1 2 ,1
12,1
Pcd
P cd - 3,14
3 ,1 4 3,76
3 ,7 6 5,54
5 ,5 4 7,15
7 ,1 5 9,95
9 ,9 5 - - 3,87
3 ,8 7 5,75
5 ,7 5 7,42
7 ,4 2 10,3
1 0 ,3 - - 4,00
4 ,0 0 5,99
5 ,9 9 7,73
7 ,7 3 10,7
1 0 ,7
Pat
P at - 27,6
2 7 ,6 28,5
2 8 ,5 30,5
3 0 ,5 31,9
3 1 ,9 33,6
3 3 ,6 - - 29,8
2 9 ,8 33,0
3 3 ,0 34,9
3 4 ,9 37,1
3 7 ,1 - - 30,8
3 0 ,8 35,5
3 5 ,5 38,2
3 8 ,2 40,9
4 0 ,9

Ta [C] - Air temperature Dpcd (kPa) - Source (side) heat exchanger pressure drop
Tcd (C) - Source (side) heat exchanger output water temperature '-' - Conditions outside the operating range
Pt (kW) - Heating capacity Waterflow and pressure drop on heat exchangers calculated with 5C of delta T
Pat (kW) - Total power input NOTE: Data on grey background: unit switched to non-silenced operation
Qcd (m/h) - Source (side) heat exchanger water flow

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AW-HT / LN-CA-E
0122
0 122
Ta
T a --20
20 --15
15 -12
-1
12 -5 0 7 --20
20 --15
15 --12
12 -5 0 7 --20
20 --15
15 --12
12 -5 0 7
Tcd
Tcd 35
3 5 45
4 5 50
5 0
Ptt
P 1 9 ,0
19,0 2 2 ,1
22,1 2 4 ,0
24,0 2 9 ,1
29,1 3 3 ,0
33,0 3 9 ,0
39,0 2 0 ,2
20,2 2 3 ,0
23,0 2 4 ,9
24,9 2 9 ,7
29,7 3 3 ,5
33,5 3 9 ,4
39,4 - 2 3 ,3
23,3 2 5 ,2
25,2 3 0 ,1
30,1 3 4 ,0
34,0 3 9 ,9
39,9
Qcd
Q cd 2,05
2 ,0 5 2,39
2 ,3 9 2,60
2 ,6 0 3,15
3 ,1 5 3,57
3 ,5 7 4,22
4 ,2 2 2,19
2 ,1 9 2,50
2 ,5 0 2,70
2 ,7 0 3,22
3 ,2 2 3,63
3 ,6 3 4,28
4 ,2 8 - 2,53
2 ,5 3 2,74
2 ,7 4 3,28
3 ,2 8 3,70
3 ,7 0 4,34
4 ,3 4
Pcd
P cd 0,990
0 ,9 9 0 1,34
1 ,3 4 1,59
1 ,5 9 2,33
2 ,3 3 3,00
3 ,0 0 4,19
4 ,1 9 1,13
1 ,1 3 1,47
1 ,4 7 1,71
1 ,7 1 2,43
2 ,4 3 3,10
3 ,1 0 4,30
4 ,3 0 - 1,51
1 ,5 1 1,77
1 ,7 7 2,52
2 ,5 2 3,21
3 ,2 1 4,42
4 ,4 2
Pat
P at 8,61
8 ,6 1 8,58
8 ,5 8 8,58
8 ,5 8 8,64
8 ,6 4 8,72
8 ,7 2 8,90
8 ,9 0 9,49
9 ,4 9 9,76
9 ,7 6 9,91
9 ,9 1 10,2
1 0 ,2 10,4
1 0 ,4 10,7
1 0 ,7 - 10,3
1 0 ,3 10,6
1 0 ,6 11,2
1 1 ,2 11,5
1 1 ,5 11,8
1 1 ,8
Ta
T a --20
20 --15
15 -12
-112 -5 0 7 --20
20 --15
15 --12
12 -5 0 7 --20
20 --15
15 --12
12 -5 0 7
Tcd
Tcd 55
5 5 60
6 0 65
6 5
Ptt
P - 2 3 ,4
23,4 2 5 ,5
25,5 3 0 ,8
30,8 3 4 ,7
34,7 4 0 ,6
40,6 - - 2 5 ,8
25,8 3 1 ,5
31,5 3 5 ,6
35,6 4 1 ,5
41,5 - - 2 6 ,0
26,0 3 2 ,4
32,4 3 6 ,7
36,7 4 2 ,5
42,5
Qcd
Q cd - 2,55
2 ,5 5 2,78
2 ,7 8 3,35
3 ,3 5 3,78
3 ,7 8 4,42
4 ,4 2 - - 2,82
2 ,8 2 3,44
3 ,4 4 3,89
3 ,8 9 4,53
4 ,5 3 - - 2,85
2 ,8 5 3,54
3 ,5 4 4,02
4 ,0 2 4,65
4 ,6 5
Pcd
P cd - 1,53
1 ,5 3 1,82
1 ,8 2 2,64
2 ,6 4 3,36
3 ,3 6 4,59
4 ,5 9 - - 1,87
1 ,8 7 2,78
2 ,7 8 3,55
3 ,5 5 4,81
4 ,8 1 - - 1,91
1 ,9 1 2,95
2 ,9 5 3,79
3 ,7 9 5,08
5 ,0 8
Pat
P at - 10,9
1 0 ,9 11,4
1 1 ,4 12,2
1 2 ,2 12,7
1 2 ,7 13,1
1 3 ,1 - - 12,1
1 2 ,1 13,4
1 3 ,4 14,0
1 4 ,0 14,5
1 4 ,5 - - 12,9
1 2 ,9 14,6
1 4 ,6 15,4
1 5 ,4 16,1
1 6 ,1
0152
0 152
Ta
T a --20
20 --15
15 -12
-1
12 -5 0 7 --20
20 --15
15 --12
12 -5 0 7 --20
20 --15
15 --12
12 -5 0 7
Tcd
Tcd 35
3 5 45
4 5 50
5 0
Ptt
P 22,6
2 2 ,6 27,4
2 7 ,4 30,5
3 0 ,5 37,9
3 7 ,9 43,4
4 3 ,4 51,6
5 1 ,6 22,8
2 2 ,8 28,0
2 8 ,0 31,2
3 1 ,2 38,7
3 8 ,7 44,3
4 4 ,3 52,3
5 2 ,3 - 28,6
2 8 ,6 31,7
3 1 ,7 39,2
3 9 ,2 44,7
4 4 ,7 52,6
5 2 ,6
Qcd
Q cd 2,44
2 ,4 4 2,97
2 ,9 7 3,30
3 ,3 0 4,10
4 ,1 0 4,70
4 ,7 0 5,58
5 ,5 8 2,48
2 ,4 8 3,04
3 ,0 4 3,38
3 ,3 8 4,20
4 ,2 0 4,81
4 ,8 1 5,68
5 ,6 8 - 3,11
3 ,1 1 3,45
3 ,4 5 4,27
4 ,2 7 4,86
4 ,8 6 5,72
5 ,7 2
Pcd
P cd 0,965
0 ,9 6 5 1,43
1 ,4 3 1,76
1 ,7 6 2,72
2 ,7 2 3,57
3 ,5 7 5,04
5 ,0 4 0,993
0 ,9 9 3 1,49
1 ,4 9 1,85
1 ,8 5 2,86
2 ,8 6 3,75
3 ,7 5 5,23
5 ,2 3 - 1,57
1 ,5 7 1,93
1 ,9 3 2,95
2 ,9 5 3,83
3 ,8 3 5,31
5 ,3 1
Pat
P at 9,97
9 ,9 7 10,5
1 0 ,5 10,8
1 0 ,8 11,4
1 1 ,4 11,8
1 1 ,8 12,1
1 2 ,1 10,3
1 0 ,3 11,5
1 1 ,5 12,1
1 2 ,1 13,2
1 3 ,2 13,8
1 3 ,8 14,3
1 4 ,3 - 12,5
1 2 ,5 13,1
1 3 ,1 14,3
1 4 ,3 15,0
1 5 ,0 15,6
1 5 ,6
Ta
T a --20
20 --15
15 -12
-112 -5 0 7 --20
20 --15
15 --12
12 -5 0 7 --20
20 --15
15 --12
12 -5 0 7
Tcd
Tcd 55
5 5 60
6 0 65
6 5
Ptt
P - 2 9 ,5
29,5 3 2 ,5
32,5 3 9 ,7
39,7 4 5 ,1
45,1 5 2 ,9
52,9 - - 3 3 ,4
33,4 4 0 ,3
40,3 4 5 ,5
45,5 5 3 ,1
53,1 - - 3 4 ,5
34,5 4 0 ,9
40,9 4 5 ,8
45,8 5 3 ,2
53,2
Qcd
Q cd - 3,21
3 ,2 1 3,54
3 ,5 4 4,33
4 ,3 3 4,92
4 ,9 2 5,76
5 ,7 6 - - 3,65
3 ,6 5 4,40
4 ,4 0 4,97
4 ,9 7 5,80
5 ,8 0 - - 3,77
3 ,7 7 4,48
4 ,4 8 5,02
5 ,0 2 5,82
5 ,8 2
Pcd
P cd - 1,67
1 ,6 7 2,03
2 ,0 3 3,04
3 ,0 4 3,91
3 ,9 1 5,38
5 ,3 8 - - 2,15
2 ,1 5 3,14
3 ,1 4 4,00
4 ,0 0 5,44
5 ,4 4 - - 2,30
2 ,3 0 3,24
3 ,2 4 4,08
4 ,0 8 5,50
5 ,5 0
Pat
P at - 13,8
1 3 ,8 14,4
1 4 ,4 15,6
1 5 ,6 16,2
1 6 ,2 16,9
1 6 ,9 - - 15,9
1 5 ,9 16,9
1 6 ,9 17,6
1 7 ,6 18,4
1 8 ,4 - - 17,7
1 7 ,7 18,4
1 8 ,4 19,0
1 9 ,0 19,9
1 9 ,9
0202
0 202
Ta
T a --20
20 --15
15 -12
-1
12 -5 0 7 --20
20 --15
15 --12
12 -5 0 7 --20
20 --15
15 --12
12 -5 0 7
Tcd
Tcd 35
3 5 45
4 5 50
5 0
Ptt
P 3 2 ,2
32,2 3 8 ,5
38,5 4 2 ,5
42,5 5 2 ,2
52,2 5 9 ,5
59,5 7 0 ,3
70,3 3 2 ,6
32,6 3 9 ,2
39,2 4 3 ,3
43,3 5 3 ,1
53,1 6 0 ,5
60,5 7 1 ,2
71,2 - 3 9 ,7
39,7 4 3 ,9
43,9 5 3 ,8
53,8 6 1 ,2
61,2 7 1 ,8
71,8
Qcd
Q cd 3,49
3 ,4 9 4,17
4 ,1 7 4,59
4 ,5 9 5,64
5 ,6 4 6,44
6 ,4 4 7,61
7 ,6 1 3,53
3 ,5 3 4,25
4 ,2 5 4,70
4 ,7 0 5,77
5 ,7 7 6,56
6 ,5 6 7,73
7 ,7 3 - 4,32
4 ,3 2 4,77
4 ,7 7 5,85
5 ,8 5 6,66
6 ,6 6 7,81
7 ,8 1
Pcd
P cd 1,24
1 ,2 4 1,77
1 ,7 7 2,15
2 ,1 5 3,25
3 ,2 5 4,22
4 ,2 2 5,90
5 ,9 0 1,27
1 ,2 7 1,84
1 ,8 4 2,25
2 ,2 5 3,39
3 ,3 9 4,40
4 ,4 0 6,09
6 ,0 9 - 1,90
1 ,9 0 2,32
2 ,3 2 3,50
3 ,5 0 4,52
4 ,5 2 6,22
6 ,2 2
Pat
P at 14,8
1 4 ,8 15,0
1 5 ,0 15,2
1 5 ,2 15,6
1 5 ,6 15,9
1 5 ,9 16,3
1 6 ,3 16,7
1 6 ,7 17,2
1 7 ,2 17,5
1 7 ,5 18,2
1 8 ,2 18,7
1 8 ,7 19,4
1 9 ,4 - 18,3
1 8 ,3 18,7
1 8 ,7 19,7
1 9 ,7 20,4
2 0 ,4 21,2
2 1 ,2
Ta
T a --20
20 --15
15 -12
-112 -5 0 7 --20
20 --15
15 --12
12 -5 0 7 --20
20 --15
15 --12
12 -5 0 7
Tcd
Tcd 55
5 5 60
6 0 65
6 5
Ptt
P - 4 0 ,4
40,4 4 4 ,6
44,6 5 4 ,7
54,7 6 2 ,1
62,1 7 2 ,6
72,6 - - 4 5 ,6
45,6 5 5 ,7
55,7 6 3 ,1
63,1 7 3 ,6
73,6 - - 4 6 ,6
46,6 5 6 ,9
56,9 6 4 ,3
64,3 7 4 ,7
74,7
Qcd
Q cd - 4,40
4 ,4 0 4,86
4 ,8 6 5,96
5 ,9 6 6,76
6 ,7 6 7,91
7 ,9 1 - - 4,97
4 ,9 7 6,08
6 ,0 8 6,89
6 ,8 9 8,03
8 ,0 3 - - 5,10
5 ,1 0 6,22
6 ,2 2 7,03
7 ,0 3 8,17
8 ,1 7
Pcd
P cd - 1,98
1 ,9 8 2,41
2 ,4 1 3,62
3 ,6 2 4,66
4 ,6 6 6,39
6 ,3 9 - - 2,52
2 ,5 2 3,77
3 ,7 7 4,84
4 ,8 4 6,58
6 ,5 8 - - 2,65
2 ,6 5 3,95
3 ,9 5 5,04
5 ,0 4 6,81
6 ,8 1
Pat
P at - 19,4
1 9 ,4 20,0
2 0 ,0 21,3
2 1 ,3 22,2
2 2 ,2 23,2
2 3 ,2 - - 21,4
2 1 ,4 23,1
2 3 ,1 24,1
2 4 ,1 25,4
2 5 ,4 - - 22,8
2 2 ,8 25,0
2 5 ,0 26,2
2 6 ,2 27,7
2 7 ,7
0262
0 262
Ta
T a --20
20 --15
15 -12
-1
12 -5 0 7 --20
20 --15
15 --12
12 -5 0 7 --20
20 --15
15 --12
12 -5 0 7
Tcd
T cd 35
3 5 45
4 5 50
5 0
Ptt
P 4 3 ,4
43,4 4 9 ,3
49,3 5 3 ,3
53,3 6 4 ,1
64,1 7 3 ,0
73,0 8 7 ,1
87,1 4 4 ,2
44,2 5 0 ,5
50,5 5 4 ,6
54,6 6 5 ,6
65,6 7 4 ,4
74,4 8 8 ,2
88,2 - 5 1 ,2
51,2 5 5 ,5
55,5 6 6 ,5
66,5 7 5 ,3
75,3 8 8 ,9
88,9
Qcd
Q cd 4,69
4 ,6 9 5,34
5 ,3 4 5,77
5 ,7 7 6,94
6 ,9 4 7,90
7 ,9 0 9,43
9 ,4 3 4,80
4 ,8 0 5,48
5 ,4 8 5,93
5 ,9 3 7,12
7 ,1 2 8,07
8 ,0 7 9,57
9 ,5 7 - 5,57
5 ,5 7 6,03
6 ,0 3 7,23
7 ,2 3 8,19
8 ,1 9 9,67
9 ,6 7
Pcd
P cd 1,85
1 ,8 5 2,39
2 ,3 9 2,80
2 ,8 0 4,05
4 ,0 5 5,24
5 ,2 4 7,47
7 ,4 7 1,94
1 ,9 4 2,52
2 ,5 2 2,96
2 ,9 6 4,25
4 ,2 5 5,48
5 ,4 8 7,69
7 ,6 9 - 2,60
2 ,6 0 3,06
3 ,0 6 4,40
4 ,4 0 5,63
5 ,6 3 7,85
7 ,8 5
Pat
P at 16,4
1 6 ,4 17,2
1 7 ,2 17,6
1 7 ,6 18,6
1 8 ,6 19,2
1 9 ,2 20,0
2 0 ,0 18,9
1 8 ,9 19,9
1 9 ,9 20,5
2 0 ,5 21,8
2 1 ,8 22,7
2 2 ,7 23,7
2 3 ,7 - 22,0
2 2 ,0 22,6
2 2 ,6 23,8
2 3 ,8 24,7
2 4 ,7 25,9
2 5 ,9
Ta
T a --20
20 --15
15 -12
-112 -5 0 7 --20
20 --15
15 --12
12 -5 0 7 --20
20 --15
15 --12
12 -5 0 7
Tcd
Tcd 55
5 5 60
6 0 65
6 5
Ptt
P - 5 2 ,0
52,0 5 6 ,4
56,4 6 7 ,7
67,7 7 6 ,4
76,4 8 9 ,8
89,8 - - 5 7 ,5
57,5 6 9 ,0
69,0 7 7 ,7
77,7 9 0 ,8
90,8 - - 5 8 ,7
58,7 7 0 ,4
70,4 7 9 ,2
79,2 9 1 ,9
91,9
Qcd
Q cd - 5,67
5 ,6 7 6,15
6 ,1 5 7,37
7 ,3 7 8,33
8 ,3 3 9,78
9 ,7 8 - - 6,28
6 ,2 8 7,53
7 ,5 3 8,48
8 ,4 8 9,91
9 ,9 1 - - 6,42
6 ,4 2 7,71
7 ,7 1 8,66
8 ,6 6 10,1
1 0 ,1
Pcd
P cd - 2,70
2 ,7 0 3,18
3 ,1 8 4,56
4 ,5 6 5,82
5 ,8 2 8,03
8 ,0 3 - - 3,31
3 ,3 1 4,76
4 ,7 6 6,05
6 ,0 5 8,25
8 ,2 5 - - 3,47
3 ,4 7 4,99
4 ,9 9 6,30
6 ,3 0 8,49
8 ,4 9
Pat
P at - 24,5
2 4 ,5 25,0
2 5 ,0 26,1
2 6 ,1 27,0
2 7 ,0 28,3
2 8 ,3 - - 27,8
2 7 ,8 28,6
2 8 ,6 29,5
2 9 ,5 30,9
3 0 ,9 - - 31,0
3 1 ,0 31,4
3 1 ,4 32,2
3 2 ,2 33,8
3 3 ,8
0302
0 302
Ta
T a --20
20 --15
15 -12
-1
12 -5 0 7 --20
20 --15
15 --12
12 -5 0 7 --20
20 --15
15 --12
12 -5 0 7
Tcd
Tcd 35
3 5 45
4 5 50
5 0
Ptt
P 5 5 ,2
55,2 6 0 ,3
60,3 6 4 ,1
64,1 7 5 ,3
75,3 8 5 ,3
85,3 102
1 02 5 7 ,1
57,1 6 2 ,2
62,2 6 6 ,0
66,0 7 7 ,1
77,1 8 6 ,9
86,9 103
1 03 - 6 3 ,2
63,2 6 7 ,1
67,1 7 8 ,3
78,3 8 8 ,0
88,0 104
1 04
Qcd
Q cd 5,97
5 ,9 7 6,52
6 ,5 2 6,94
6 ,9 4 8,15
8 ,1 5 9,23
9 ,2 3 11,0
1 1 ,0 6,20
6 ,2 0 6,75
6 ,7 5 7,17
7 ,1 7 8,37
8 ,3 7 9,43
9 ,4 3 11,2
1 1 ,2 - 6,87
6 ,8 7 7,30
7 ,3 0 8,51
8 ,5 1 9,57
9 ,5 7 11,3
1 1 ,3
Pcd
P cd 2,61
2 ,6 1 3,11
3 ,1 1 3,51
3 ,5 1 4,85
4 ,8 5 6,21
6 ,2 1 8,88
8 ,8 8 2,81
2 ,8 1 3,33
3 ,3 3 3,75
3 ,7 5 5,11
5 ,1 1 6,49
6 ,4 9 9,15
9 ,1 5 - 3,45
3 ,4 5 3,89
3 ,8 9 5,29
5 ,2 9 6,69
6 ,6 9 9,37
9 ,3 7
Pat
P at 23,1
2 3 ,1 22,4
2 2 ,4 22,1
2 2 ,1 21,8
2 1 ,8 22,1
2 2 ,1 23,0
2 3 ,0 25,0
2 5 ,0 25,1
2 5 ,1 25,2
2 5 ,2 25,8
2 5 ,8 26,4
2 6 ,4 27,6
2 7 ,6 - 26,5
2 6 ,5 27,0
2 7 ,0 28,1
2 8 ,1 29,0
2 9 ,0 30,4
3 0 ,4
Ta
T a --20
20 --15
15 -12
-112 -5 0 7 --20
20 --15
15 --12
12 -5 0 7 --20
20 --15
15 --12
12 -5 0 7
Tcd
Tcd 55
5 5 60
6 0 65
6 5
Ptt
P - 6 4 ,1
64,1 6 8 ,2
68,2 7 9 ,7
79,7 8 9 ,5
89,5 105
105 - - 6 9 ,4
69,4 8 1 ,2
81,2 9 1 ,1
91,1 107
107 - - 7 0 ,6
70,6 8 3 ,0
83,0 9 3 ,0
93,0 109
1 09
Qcd
Q cd - 6,99
6 ,9 9 7,43
7 ,4 3 8,68
8 ,6 8 9,75
9 ,7 5 11,5
1 1 ,5 - - 7,58
7 ,5 8 8,87
8 ,8 7 9,95
9 ,9 5 11,7
1 1 ,7 - - 7,73
7 ,7 3 9,08
9 ,0 8 10,2
1 0 ,2 1 1 ,9
11,9
Pcd
P cd - 3,56
3 ,5 6 4,03
4 ,0 3 5,50
5 ,5 0 6,94
6 ,9 4 9,64
9 ,6 4 - - 4,19
4 ,1 9 5,74
5 ,7 4 7,22
7 ,2 2 9,97
9 ,9 7 - - 4,36
4 ,3 6 6,01
6 ,0 1 7,56
7 ,5 6 10,4
1 0 ,4
Pat
P at - 28,1
2 8 ,1 28,8
2 8 ,8 30,5
3 0 ,5 31,7
3 1 ,7 33,4
3 3 ,4 - - 30,8
3 0 ,8 33,2
3 3 ,2 34,7
3 4 ,7 36,8
3 6 ,8 - - 32,8
3 2 ,8 36,0
3 6 ,0 38,0
3 8 ,0 40,4
4 0 ,4

Ta [C] - Air temperature Dpcd (kPa) - Source (side) heat exchanger pressure drop
Tcd (C) - Source (side) heat exchanger output water temperature '-' - Conditions outside the operating range
Pt (kW) - Heating capacity Waterflow and pressure drop on heat exchangers calculated with 5C of delta T
Pat (kW) - Total power input NOTE: Data on grey background: unit switched to non-silenced operation
Qcd (m/h) - Source (side) heat exchanger water flow

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9. OPERATING LIMITS

AW-HT / CA-E - 0122 0302

HEAT PUMP LIMITS


70

65

60
T.Out Cond. [C]

55

50

45

40

35

-25 -20 -15 -12 -10 -5 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45


Air Temp. [C]

AW-HT / LN-CA-E - 0122 0302

HEAT PUMP LIMITS


70

65

60
T.Out Cond. [C]

55

50

45

40

35

-25 -20 -15 -12 -10 -5 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45


Air Temp. [C]

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10. ETHYLENE GLYCOL MIXTURE
Ethylene glycol and water mixture, used as a heat-conveying fluid, cause a variation in unit performance. For correct data, use the fac-
tors indicated in the following tabel.
Freezing
F reezing point
point ((C)
C )
0 -5 --10
10 --15
15 --20
20 --25
25 --30
30 --35
35
Ethylene
E thylene glycol
g ly c o l p
percentage
e r c e n ta g e b
byy weight
w e ig h t
0 12%
1 2% 20%
2 0% 30%
3 0% 35%
3 5% 40%
4 0% 45%
4 5% 50%
5 0%
ccPf
Pf 1 0,985
0 ,9 8 5 0,98
0 ,9 8 0,974
0 ,9 7 4 0,97
0 ,9 7 0,965
0 ,9 6 5 0,964
0 ,9 6 4 0,96
0 ,9 6
ccQ
Q 1 1,02
1 ,0 2 1,04
1 ,0 4 1,075
1 ,0 7 5 1,11
1 ,1 1 1,14
1 ,1 4 1,17
1 ,1 7 1,2
1 ,2
ccdp
dp 1 1,07
1 ,0 7 1,11
1 ,1 1 1,18
1 ,1 8 1,22
1 ,2 2 1,24
1 ,2 4 1,27
1 ,2 7 1,3
1 ,3

cPf: cooling power correction factor For data concerning other kind of anti-freeze solutions (e,g, propylene glycol)
cQ: flow correction factor please contact our Sale Department.
cdp: pressure drop correction factor

11. FOULING FACTORS


Performances are based on clean condition of tubes (fouling factor = 1). For different fouling values, performance should be adjusted
using the correction factors shown in the following table.
FOULING
F OULING FACTORS
FACTORS EVAPORATOR
E VAPORATOR CONDENSER/RECOVERY
C O N D E N S E R /R E C O V E R Y DESUPERHEATER
D ESUPERHEATER
ffff KE
K E KC
K C
((m
m2 CW)
C W ) F1
F 1 FK1
F K1 [C]
[C] F2
F 2 FK2
F K2 [C]
[C] R3
R 3

0 1,000
1 ,0 0 0 1,000
1 ,0 0 0 0,0
0 ,0 1,000
1 ,0 0 0 1,000
1 ,0 0 0 0,0
0 ,0 1,000
1 ,0 0 0
-5
1,80
1 ,80 x 10
10 1,000
1 ,0 0 0 1,000
1 ,0 0 0 0,0
0 ,0 1,000
1 ,0 0 0 1,000
1 ,0 0 0 0,0
0 ,0 1,000
1 ,0 0 0
-5
4,40
4 ,40 x 10
10 1,000
1 ,0 0 0 1,000
1 ,0 0 0 0,0
0 ,0 0,990
0 ,9 9 0 1,030
1 ,0 3 0 1,0
1 ,0 0,990
0 ,9 9 0

8,80
8 10-5
,80 x 10 0,960
0 ,9 6 0 0,990
0 ,9 9 0 0,7
0 ,7 0,980
0 ,9 8 0 1,040
1 ,0 4 0 1,5
1 ,5 0,980
0 ,9 8 0

13,20
1 10-5
3,20 x 10 0,944
0 ,9 4 4 0,985
0 ,9 8 5 1,0
1 ,0 0,964
0 ,9 6 4 1,050
1 ,0 5 0 2,3
2 ,3 0,964
0 ,9 6 4
-5
17,20
1 7,20 x 10
10 0,930
0 ,9 3 0 0,980
0 ,9 8 0 1,5
1 ,5 0,950
0 ,9 5 0 1,060
1 ,0 6 0 3,0
3 ,0 0,950
0 ,9 5 0

ff: fouling factors KE: minimum condenser outlet temperature increase


f1 - f2: potential correction factors KC: maximum condenser outlet temperature decrease
fk1 - fk2: compressor power input correction factors
r3: capacity correction factors

12. HYDRAULIC DATA


Water flow and pressure drop
Water flow in the heat exchangers is given by: Q=Px0,86/Dt Pressure drop is given by: Dp= K x Q2/1000
Q: water flow (m3/h) Q: water flow (m3/h)
Dt: difference between inlet and outlet water temp. (C) Dp: pressure drop (kPa)
P: heat exchanger capacity (kW) K: unit size ratio
Plant side heat exchanger
SIZE Q min Q max C.A.S. C.a.
K
m/h m/h dm min m
AW-HT /CA-E 0122 235 3,3 27,5 7 0,35
AW-HT /CA-E 0152 162 3,3 27,5 10 0,45
AW-HT /CA-E 0202 102 5,3 27,5 13 0,62
AW-HT /CA-E 0262 84 7,4 27,5 16 0,76
AW-HT /CA-E 0302 73 8,6 27,5 19 0,91
AW-HT /LN-CA-E 0122 235 3,3 27,5 7 0,35
AW-HT /LN-CA-E 0152 162 3,3 27,5 10 0,45
AW-HT /LN-CA-E 0202 102 5,3 27,5 13 0,62
AW-HT /LN-CA-E 0262 84 7,4 27,5 16 0,76
AW-HT /LN-CA-E 0302 73 8,6 27,5 19 0,91

Q min: minimum water flow admitted to the heat exchanger


Q max: maximum water flow admitted to the heat exchanger
C.a. min: minimum water content admitted in the plant, using traditional control logic
C.A.S.: heat exchanger water content
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13. HYDRONIC GROUP (OPTIONAL)
The units can be supplied with a hydronic group. This houses GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS
all the main hydraulic components, thereby optimising hydraulic
and electric installation space, time and cost. Water connections
In the units without pumps, standard version, the connections
Available pump configurations: for the water inlet and outlet both in the evaporator and in the
- Hydronic kit with one IN-LINE 2-pole low-head pump desuperheater are inside the unit. As an accessory one can
- Hydronic kit with one IN-LINE 2-pole high-head pump request these connections flush with the unit.
- Hydronic kit with IN-LINE 2-pole low-head twin pumps For units with pumps, the connections are always flush with the
- Hydronic kit with IN-LINE 2-pole high-head twin pumps unit.

2-pole low head pump 3 way valve kit


Centrifugal pumps with in-line suction and delivery flanges, in Three way valve for the prodiction of domesti hot water (DHW)
single and twin versions. Pump body in cast iron and impeller in including water temperature sensor, voltage-free contact for
AISI 316L stainless steel or cast-iron, entirely laser technology activating an integrating external heating source (gas boiler or
welded. Mechanical seal with components in ceramics, carbon electrical heater). The kit comes with or without the 3 way valve
and EPDM elastomers. Three-phase electric motor protected to factory built-in.
IP55, insulation class F, suitable for continuous service.
Water-side mechanical filter (optional)
2-pole high-head pump Y-filter designed and built to capture the impurities in the
All versions of the hydronic unit can be supplied with a high hydraulic circuit. It is fitted with a 0.9 mm stainless steel mesh
head pump. In these cases, the pump features a two-pole cartridge which can be replaced without removing the valve
motor even in the silent-running versions. body from the piping.

Twin pump Unit electrical panel


A second stand-by pump for high or low pressures is available The unit electrical panel is fitted with fuses and a circuit breaker
on request. The pumps are automatically exchanged on the contactor.
basis of a rotation programme and the stand-by pump cuts in
automatically if the primary pump fails. Special pumps
For pumps with different configurations, please contact our
sales department.

Additional components
The supply does not include the following accessories though
these are recommended to ensure correct system operation:
- MA Pressure gauges upline and downline from the unit
- GF Flexible joints on piping
- RI On-off valves
- T Outlet control thermometer

Extra weight
1 Pump 2 Pumps
SIZE
Hydronic kit Hydronic kit
extra [kg] extra [kg]
0122 /CA-E 40 70
0152 /CA-E 50 80
0202 /CA-E 60 90
0262 /CA-E 60 90
0302 /CA-E 70 90

0122 /LN-CA-E 40 60
0152 /LN-CA-E 40 70
0202 /LN-CA-E 60 80
0262 /LN-CA-E 60 90
0302 /LN-CA-E 70 100

extra [kg] extra weight

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Hydraulic diagram

CIRCUITO DESURRISCALDATORI OPZIONALE


OPTIONAL DESUPERHEATERS CIRCUIT INGRESSO ACQUA DESURRISCALDATORI
SF DESUPERHEATERS WATER INLET
DES

SC USCITA ACQUA DESURRISCALDATORI


DESUPERHEATERS WATER OUTLET

CIRCUITO A 2 POMPE OPZIONALE


OPZIONAL 2 PUMPS CIRCUIT
USCITA ACQUA IMPIANTO
SF PLANT WATER OUTLET
F

S2 P

CD/EV
VR
VA TP
S1
P

VR
TP
SC SC INGRESSO ACQUA
WATER INLET

LEGENDA - LEGEND
CD/EV Evaporatore/Condensatore (scambiatore a piastre)
Evaporator/Condenser (plate exchanger)
Desurriscaldatori opzionali (scambiatore a piastre)
DES Desuperheaters optional (plate exchanger)
Flussostato
F Flow switch
Pompa di circolazione
P Available pressure pump
Valvola di scarico
SC Drain valve
Valvola di sfiato
SF Purge valve
Sonda ingresso acqua scambiatore
S1 Exchanger water inlet probe
Sonda uscita acqua scambiatore
S2 Exchanger water outlet probe
Tappo di drenaggio
TP Drain plug
Valvola di sicurezza
VA Safety valve
Valvola di ritegno (solo con 2 pompe)
VR Check valve (only with 2 pumps)

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Hydraulic diagram with 3 way valve

CIRCUITO DESURRISCALDATORI OPZIONALE


OPTIONAL DESUPERHEATERS CIRCUIT
SF INGRESSO ACQUA DESURRISCALDATORI
DESUPERHEATERS WATER INLET
DES

USCITA ACQUA DESURRISCALDATORI


SC DESUPERHEATERS WATER OUTLET

USCITA ACQUA SANITARIO


CIRCUITO A 2 POMPE OPZIONALE DOMESTIC HOT WATER OUTLET
OPZIONAL 2 PUMPS CIRCUIT
SF
F V3V

S2 P

CD/EV USCITA ACQUA IMPIANTO


VR
VA TP PLANT WATER OUTLET
S1
P

VR
TP INGRESSO ACQUA
SC SC WATER INLET

LEGENDA - LEGEND
CD/EV Evaporatore/Condensatore (scambiatore a piastre)
Evaporator/Condenser (plate exchanger)
DES Desurriscaldatori opzionali (scambiatore a piastre)
Desuperheaters optional (plate exchanger)
F Flussostato
Flow switch
P Pompa di circolazione
Available pressure pump
SC Valvola di scarico
Drain valve
SF Valvola di sfiato
Purge valve
S1 Sonda ingresso acqua scambiatore
Exchanger water inlet probe
S2 Sonda uscita acqua scambiatore
Exchanger water outlet probe
TP Tappo di drenaggio
Drain plug
VA Valvola di sicurezza
Safety valve
VR Valvola di ritegno (solo con 2 pompe)
Check valve (only with 2 pumps)
V3V Valvole 3 vie
3 way valve

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COOLING - 1 PUMP - HIGH HEAD PUMP


Pf (1) Q (1) Rif. Pump N. F.L.I. F.L.A. Ks Dps Hu
SIZE [kW] [m3/h] Pump type Pole [kW] [A] - kPa kPa Kv3v Kfi
0122 34,1 5,9 C1 DWC-V 300 / 1,5 2 1,5 3,2 294 10,1 211 66 109
0152 43,8 7,5 C2 DWC-V 300 / 1,5 2 1,5 3,2 217 12,3 203 66 109
0202 60,3 10,4 C3 DWC-V 300 / 1,5 2 1,5 3,2 123 13,2 190 27 79
0262 76,4 13,1 E DWC-V 500 / 2,2 2 2,2 4,8 104 18,0 206 27 79
0302 91,7 15,8 F DWC-V 500 / 3,0 2 3 5,6 92 22,9 215 27 79

HEATING - 1 PUMP - HIGH HEAD PUMP


Pt (1) Q (1) Rif. Pump N. F.L.I. F.L.A. Ks Dps Hu
SIZE [kW] [m3/h] Pump type Pole [kW] [A] - kPa kPa Kv3v Kfi
0122 38,0 6,5 C1 DWC-V 300 / 1,5 2 1,5 3,2 294 12,6 206 66 109
0152 51,3 8,8 C2 DWC-V 300 / 1,5 2 1,5 3,2 217 16,9 192 66 109
0202 68,8 11,8 C3 DWC-V 300 / 1,5 2 1,5 3,2 123 17,2 180 27 79
0262 84,9 14,6 E DWC-V 500 / 2,2 2 2,2 4,8 104 22,2 198 27 79
0302 102,0 17,5 F DWC-V 500 / 3,0 2 3 5,6 92 28,3 206 27 79

(1) Values refer to rated operating conditions Ks Coefficients for calculating pressure drops
Pf Cooling capacity of unit Unit with hydronic unit without network filter and 3 way valve
Pt Heating capacity of unit Kv3v Coefficients 3 way valve for calculating pressure drops
Q Flow of water to evaporator Kfi Coefficients filter for calculating pressure drops
F.L.I. Power absorbed by pump Dps Total pressure drop of hydronic group
F.L.A. Current absorbed by pump Hu Residual head

WORKING HEAD CURVES

240
220
200
180
160
Hu [kPa]

140
120
100
80
60
C1 C2 C3 E F
40
20
0
4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 42
3
Q [m /h]

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COOLING - 2 PUMPS - HIGH HEAD PUMP


Pf (1) Q (1) Rif. Pump N. F.L.I. F.L.A. Ks Dps Hu
SIZE [kW] [m3/h] Pump type Pole [kW] [A] - kPa kPa Kv3v Kfi
0122 34,1 5,9 C1 DWC-V 300 / 1,5 2 1,5 3,2 373 12,8 208 66 109
0152 43,8 7,5 C2 DWC-V 300 / 1,5 2 1,5 3,2 293 16,6 198 66 109
0202 60,3 10,4 C3 DWC-V 300 / 1,5 2 1,5 3,2 153 16,5 187 27 79
0262 76,4 13,1 E DWC-V 500 / 2,2 2 2,2 4,8 134 23,1 201 27 79
0302 91,7 15,8 F DWC-V 500 / 3,0 2 3 5,6 122 30,3 208 27 79

HEATING - 2 PUMPS - HIGH HEAD PUMP


Pt (1) Q (1) Rif. Pump N. F.L.I. F.L.A. Ks Dps Hu
3
SIZE [kW] [m /h] Pump type Pole [kW] [A] - kPa kPa Kv3v Kfi
0122 38,0 6,5 C1 DWC-V 300 / 1,5 2 1,5 3,2 294 15,9 203 66 109
0152 51,3 8,8 C2 DWC-V 300 / 1,5 2 1,5 3,2 217 22,8 186 66 109
0202 68,8 11,8 C3 DWC-V 300 / 1,5 2 1,5 3,2 123 21,4 176 27 79
0262 84,9 14,6 E DWC-V 500 / 2,2 2 2,2 4,8 104 28,6 191 27 79
0302 102,0 17,5 F DWC-V 500 / 3,0 2 3 5,6 92 37,6 196 27 79
(1) Values refer to rated operating conditions Ks Coefficients for calculating pressure drops
Pf Cooling capacity of unit Unit with hydronic unit without network filter and 3 way valve
Pt Heating capacity of unit Kv3v Coefficients 3 way valve for calculating pressure drops
Q Flow of water to evaporator Kfi Coefficients filter for calculating pressure drops
F.L.I. Power absorbed by pump Dps Total pressure drop of hydronic group
F.L.A. Current absorbed by pump Hu Residual head

WORKING HEAD CURVES

240
220
200
180
160
Hu [kPa]

140
120
100
80
60
C1 C2 C3 E F
40
20
0
4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38
3
Q [m /h]

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COOLING - 1 PUMP - LOW HEAD PUMP


Pf (1) Q (1) Rif. Pump N. F.L.I. F.L.A. Ks Dps Hu
SIZE [kW] [m3/h] Pump type Pole [kW] [A] - kPa kPa Kv3v Kfi
0122 34,1 5,9 A1 DWC-V 300/1,1 R 2 1,1 2,5 294 10,1 129 66 109
0152 43,8 7,5 A2 DWC-V 300/1,1 R 2 1,1 2,5 217 12,3 122 66 109
0202 60,3 10,4 A3 DWC-V 300/1,1 R 2 1,1 2,5 123 13,2 109 27 79
0262 76,4 13,1 B1 DWC-V 300/1,1 2 1,1 2,5 104 18,0 140 27 79
0302 91,7 15,8 B2 DWC-V 300/1,1 2 1,1 2,5 92 22,9 120 27 79

HEATIN - 1 PUMP - LOW HEAD PUMP


Pt (1) Q (1) Rif. Pump N. F.L.I. F.L.A. Ks Dps Hu
SIZE [kW] [m3/h] Pump type Pole [kW] [A] - kPa kPa Kv3v Kfi
0122 38,0 6,5 A1 DWC-V 300/1,1 R 2 1,1 2,5 294 12,6 124 66 109
0152 51,3 8,8 A2 DWC-V 300/1,1 R 2 1,1 2,5 217 16,9 112 66 109
0202 68,8 11,8 A3 DWC-V 300/1,1 R 2 1,1 2,5 123 17,2 98 27 79
0262 84,9 14,6 B1 DWC-V 300/1,1 2 1,1 2,5 104 22,2 128 27 79
0302 102,0 17,5 B2 DWC-V 300/1,1 2 1,1 2,5 92 28,3 103 27 79

(1) Values refer to rated operating conditions Ks Coefficients for calculating pressure drops
Pf Cooling capacity of unit Unit with hydronic unit without network filter and 3 way valve
Pt Heating capacity of unit Kv3v Coefficients 3 way valve for calculating pressure drops
Q Flow of water to evaporator Kfi Coefficients filter for calculating pressure drops
F.L.I. Power absorbed by pump Dps Total pressure drop of hydronic group
F.L.A. Current absorbed by pump Hu Residual hea

WORKING HEAD CURVES

200

180

160

140
Hu [kPa]

120

100

80

60

40
A1 A2 A3 B1 B2
20

0
5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25
3
Q [m /h]

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COOLING - 2 PUMPS - LOW HEAD PUMP


Pf (1) Q (1) Rif. Pump N. F.L.I. F.L.A. Ks Dps Hu
SIZE [kW] [m3/h] Pump type Pole [kW] [A] - kPa kPa Kv3v Kfi
0122 34,1 5,9 A1 DWC-V 300/1,1 R 2 1,1 2,5 373 12,8 126 66 109
0152 43,8 7,5 A2 DWC-V 300/1,1 R 2 1,1 2,5 293 16,6 117 66 109
0202 60,3 10,4 A3 DWC-V 300/1,1 R 2 1,1 2,5 153 16,5 106 27 79
0262 76,4 13,1 B1 DWC-V 300/1,1 2 1,1 2,5 134 23,1 135 27 79
0302 91,7 15,8 B2 DWC-V 300/1,1 2 1,1 2,5 122 30,3 113 27 79

HEATING - 2 PUMPS - LOW HEAD PUMP


Pt (1) Q (1) Rif. Pump N. F.L.I. F.L.A. Ks Dps Hu
SIZE [kW] [m3/h] Pump type Pole [kW] [A] - kPa kPa Kv3v Kfi
0122 38,0 6,5 A1 DWC-V 300/1,1 R 2 1,1 2,5 373 15,9 121 66 109
0152 51,3 8,8 A2 DWC-V 300/1,1 R 2 1,1 2,5 293 22,8 106 66 109
0202 68,8 11,8 A3 DWC-V 300/1,1 R 2 1,1 2,5 153 21,4 94 27 79
0262 84,9 14,6 B1 DWC-V 300/1,1 2 1,1 2,5 134 28,6 121 27 79
0302 102,0 17,5 B2 DWC-V 300/1,1 2 1,1 2,5 122 37,6 93 27 79

(1) Values refer to rated operating conditions Ks Coefficients for calculating pressure drops
Pf Cooling capacity of unit Unit with hydronic unit without network filter and 3 way valve
Pt Heating capacity of unit Kv3v Coefficients 3 way valve for calculating pressure drops
Q Flow of water to evaporator Kfi Coefficients filter for calculating pressure drops
F.L.I. Power absorbed by pump Dps Total pressure drop of hydronic group
F.L.A. Current absorbed by pump Hu Residual hea

WORKING HEAD CURVES

200

180

160

140
Hu [kPa]

120

100

80

60

40
A1 A2 A3 B1 B2
20

0
5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25
3
Q [m /h]

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14. ELECTRICAL DATA

AW-HT / CA-E
Maximum
M a x im u m v
values
a lu e s

SIZE
S IZ E Compressor
C o m p re s s o r Fans
F ans (1)
(1 ) Total
T otal (1)
(1) (2)
(2 )

n F .L .I.
F.L.I. F.L.A.
F .L .A . L.R.A.
L .R .A . F .L .I.
F.L.I. F.L.A.
F .L .A . F .L .I.
F.L.I. F.L.A.
F .L .A . L.R.A.
L .R .A .
[[kW]
kW ] [[A]
A] [[A]
A] [[kW]
kW ] [[A]
A] [[kW]
kW ] [[A]
A] [[A]
A]

0122
0 122 2 2 X 7,9
7 ,9 2 X 13,9
1 3 ,9 2 X 101
101 0,25
0 ,2 5 1,1
1 ,1 16,8
1 6 ,8 32,2
3 2 ,2 119,3
1 1 9 ,3
0152
0 152 2 2 X 10
10 2 X 17
17 2 X 99
99 0,25
0 ,2 5 1,1
1 ,1 21,5
2 1 ,5 40,6
4 0 ,6 122,6
1 2 2 ,6
0202
0 202 2 2 X 14,2
1 4 ,2 2 X 23,3
2 3 ,3 2 X 127
127 0,25
0 ,2 5 1,1
1 ,1 30,4
3 0 ,4 55,4
5 5 ,4 159,1
1 5 9 ,1
0262
0 262 2 2 X 18
18 2 X 28,5
2 8 ,5 2 X 167
167 0,25
0 ,2 5 1,1
1 ,1 38
3 8 65,8
6 5 ,8 204,3
2 0 4 ,3
0302
0 302 2 2 X 21,7
2 1 ,7 2 X 34,7
3 4 ,7 2 X 198
198 0,25
0 ,2 5 1,1
1 ,1 45,4
4 5 ,4 78,2
7 8 ,2 241,5
2 4 1 ,5

AW-HT / LN-CA-E
Maximum
M a x im u m v
values
a lu e s

SIZE
S IZ E Compressor
C o m p re s s o r Fans
F ans (1)
(1 ) Total
T otal (1)
(1) (2)
(2 )

n F .L .I.
F.L.I. F.L.A.
F .L .A . L.R.A.
L .R .A . F .L .I.
F.L.I. F.L.A.
F .L .A . F .L .I.
F.L.I. F.L.A.
F .L .A . L.R.A.
L .R .A .
[[kW]
kW ] [[A]
A] [[A]
A] [[kW]
kW ] [[A]
A] [[kW]
kW ] [[A]
A] [[A]
A]

0122
0 122 2 2 X 7,9
7 ,9 2 X 13,9
1 3 ,9 2 X 101
101 0,25
0 ,2 5 1,1
1 ,1 16,8
1 6 ,8 32,2
3 2 ,2 119,3
1 1 9 ,3
0152
0 152 2 2 X 10
10 2 X 17
17 2 X 99
99 0,25
0 ,2 5 1,1
1 ,1 21,5
2 1 ,5 40,6
4 0 ,6 122,6
1 2 2 ,6
0202
0 202 2 2 X 14,2
1 4 ,2 2 X 23,3
2 3 ,3 2 X 127
127 0,25
0 ,2 5 1,1
1 ,1 30,4
3 0 ,4 55,4
5 5 ,4 159,1
1 5 9 ,1
0262
0 262 2 2 X 18
18 2 X 28,5
2 8 ,5 2 X 167
167 0,25
0 ,2 5 1,1
1 ,1 38
3 8 65,8
6 5 ,8 204,3
2 0 4 ,3
0302
0 302 2 2 X 21,7
2 1 ,7 2 X 34,7
3 4 ,7 2 X 198
198 0,25
0 ,2 5 1,1
1 ,1 45,4
4 5 ,4 78,2
7 8 ,2 241,5
2 4 1 ,5

F.L.I. Full load power


F.L.A. Full load current
L.R.A. Locked rotor amperes for single compressor
S.A. Inrush current

(1) (2) Safety values to be considered when cabling the unit for power supply and line-protections
(1) Values calculated referring to the version with the maximum number of fans working at the max absorbed current

Power supply: 400/3/50+N


Voltage tolerance: 10%
Maximum voltage unbalance: 3%

Give the typical operating conditions of units designed for outdoor installation, which can be associated (according to reference docu-
ment IEC 60721) to the following classes:
- climatic conditions class 4K4H: air temperature range from -20 up to 55C (*), relative humidity range from 4 up to 100%, with possible
precipitations, at air pressure from 70 and 106 kPa and a maximum solar radiation of 1120 W/m2
- special climatic conditions negligible
- biological conditions class 4B1 and 4C2: locations in a generic urban area
- mechanically active substances class 4S2: locations in areas with sand or dust representative of urban areas
- mechanical conditions class 4M1: locations protected from significant vibrations or shocks

The required protection level for safe operation, according to reference document IEC 60529, is IP43XW (protection against access, to
the most critical unit's parts, of external devices with diameter larger than 1 mm and rain).
The unit can be considered IP44XW protected, i.e. protected against access of external devices (with diameter larger than 1 mm) and
water in general.

(*) for the units operating limits, see selection limits section

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15. FULL LOAD SOUND LEVEL

AW-HT / CA-E
SOUND
S OUND P
POWER
OW ER
SIZE
S IZ E Octave
O ctave band
band [Hz]
[H z ] Total
T o ta l s
sound
ound
63
6 3 125
1 25 250
2 50 500
5 00 1000
1 000 2000
2 000 4000
4 000 8000
8 000 level
le v e l
Sound
S ound power
power level
level dB(A)
d B (A ) dB(A)
0122
0122 89
89 86
86 83
83 81
8 1 81
8 1 75
7 5 70
70 62
62 84
84
0152
0 152 91
9 1 88
8 8 85
8 5 83
8 3 83
8 3 77
7 7 72
7 2 64
6 4 86
8 6
0202
0 202 92
9 2 89
8 9 86
8 6 84
8 4 84
8 4 78
7 8 73
7 3 65
6 5 87
8 7
0262
0 262 92
9 2 89
8 9 86
8 6 84
8 4 84
8 4 78
7 8 73
7 3 65
6 5 87
8 7
0302
0 302 92
9 2 89
8 9 86
8 6 84
8 4 84
8 4 78
7 8 73
7 3 65
6 5 87
8 7

AW-HT / LN-CA-E
SOUND
S OUND P
POWER
OW ER
SIZE
S IZ E Octave
O ctave band
band [Hz]
[H z ] Total
T o ta l s
sound
ound
63
6 3 125
1 25 250
2 50 500
5 00 1000
1 000 2000
2 000 4000
4 000 8000
8 000 level
le v e l
Sound
S ound power
power level
level dB(A)
d B (A ) dB(A)
0122
0122 89
89 86
86 83
83 81
8 1 81
8 1 75
7 5 70
70 62
62 84
84
0152
0 152 91
9 1 88
8 8 85
8 5 83
8 3 83
8 3 77
7 7 72
7 2 64
6 4 86
8 6
0202
0 202 92
9 2 89
8 9 86
8 6 84
8 4 84
8 4 78
7 8 73
7 3 65
6 5 87
8 7
0262
0 262 92
9 2 89
8 9 86
8 6 84
8 4 84
8 4 78
7 8 73
7 3 65
6 5 87
8 7
0302
0 302 92
9 2 89
8 9 86
8 6 84
8 4 84
8 4 78
7 8 73
7 3 65
6 5 87
8 7
Working conditions
Ambient temperature 7 C
Exchanger water (in/out) 40/45 C
Sound power on the basis of measurements made in compliance with ISO 9614 and Eurovent 8/1 for Eurovent certified units;
in compliance with ISO 3744 for non-certified units
Such certification refers specifically to the sound Power Level in dB(A). This is therefore the only acoustic data to be considered as binding.

AW-HT / CA-E
SOUND
S OUND PRESSURE
PRESSURE LEVEL
LEVEL
SIZE
S IZ E Octave
O ctave band
band [Hz]
[Hz] at
at 10
10 m Total
T o ta l s
sound
ound
63
6 3 125
1 25 250
2 50 500
5 00 1000
1 000 2000
2 000 4000
4 000 8000
8 000 level
le v e l
Sound
S ound pressure
pressure level
level dB(A)
d B (A )
0122
0122 53
53 50
50 47
47 45
4 5 45
4 5 39
3 9 34
34 26
26 48
48
0152
0 152 55
5 5 52
5 2 49
4 9 47
4 7 47
4 7 41
4 1 36
3 6 28
2 8 50
5 0
0202
0 202 56
5 6 53
5 3 50
5 0 48
4 8 48
4 8 42
4 2 37
3 7 29
2 9 51
5 1
0262
0 262 56
5 6 53
5 3 50
5 0 48
4 8 48
4 8 42
4 2 37
3 7 29
2 9 51
5 1
0302
0 302 57
5 7 54
5 4 51
5 1 49
4 9 49
4 9 43
4 3 38
3 8 30
3 0 52
5 2

AW-HT / LN-CA-E
SOUND
S OUND PRESSURE
PRESSURE LEVEL
LEVEL
SIZE
S IZ E Octave
O ctave band
band [Hz]
[Hz] at
at 10
10 m Total
T o ta l s
sound
ound
63
6 3 125
1 25 250
2 50 500
5 00 1000
1 000 2000
2 000 4000
4 000 8000
8 000 level
le v e l
Sound
S ound pressure
pressure level
level dB(A)
d B (A )
0122
0122 53
53 50
50 47
47 45
4 5 45
4 5 39
3 9 34
34 26
26 48
48
0152
0 152 55
5 5 52
5 2 49
4 9 47
4 7 47
4 7 41
4 1 36
3 6 28
2 8 50
5 0
0202
0 202 56
5 6 53
5 3 50
5 0 48
4 8 48
4 8 42
4 2 37
3 7 29
2 9 51
5 1
0262
0 262 56
5 6 53
5 3 50
5 0 48
4 8 48
4 8 42
4 2 37
3 7 29
2 9 51
5 1
0302
0 302 57
5 7 54
5 4 51
5 1 49
4 9 49
4 9 43
4 3 38
3 8 30
3 0 52
5 2
Working conditions
Ambient temperature 7 C
Exchanger water (in/out) 40/45 C
Sound power on the basis of measurements made in compliance with ISO 9614 and Eurovent 8/1 for Eurovent certified units;
in compliance with ISO 3744 for non-certified units

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16. DIMENSIONAL DRAWINGS

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DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHTS CLEARANCE PLANT SIDE HEAT EXCHANGER


SIZE A B H Weight R1 R2 R3 R4 IN/OUT
[mm] [mm] [mm] [kg] [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] TIPO
AW-HT /CA-E 0122 1695 1120 1420 510 1000 1000 600 600 GAS 1 1/2
AW-HT /CA-E 0152 2195 1120 1420 750 1000 1000 600 600 GAS 1 1/2
AW-HT /CA-E 0202 2745 1120 1420 870 1000 1000 600 600 GAS 2
AW-HT /CA-E 0262 2745 1120 1620 940 1000 1000 600 600 GAS 2
AW-HT /CA-E 0302 2745 1120 1620 1030 1000 1000 600 600 GAS 2
AW-HT /LN-CA-E 0122 1695 1120 1420 530 1000 1000 600 600 GAS 1 1/2
AW-HT /LN-CA-E 0152 2195 1120 1420 760 1000 1000 600 600 GAS 1 1/2
AW-HT /LN-CA-E 0202 2745 1120 1420 910 1000 1000 600 600 GAS 2
AW-HT /LN-CA-E 0262 2745 1120 1620 980 1000 1000 600 600 GAS 2
AW-HT /LN-CA-E 0302 2745 1120 1620 1030 1000 1000 600 600 GAS 2

17. LEGEND OF PIPE CONNECTIONS


UNI ISO
UNI ISO 228/1
2 2 8 /1
Pipe
P ipe threads
threads wherewhere pressure-tight
pressure- e tight jjoints
o in ts a are
re nnot
ot mmade
ade on
on the
the threads
th r e a d s - DDesignation,
e s ig n a tio n , d
dimensions
im e n s io n s a
and
nd tolerances
to le r a n c e s
Used
U sed terminology:
te r m in o lo g y :
G:: Pipe
G Pipe threads
threads where
where pressure-tight
pressure-tight jjoints o in ts aare
re nnot
ot m
made
ade o on
n tthe
he tthreads
h re a d s
A:: C
A Close
lose ttolerance
olerance cclasslass ffor
or eexternal
x te r n a l p
pipe
ipe tthreads
h re a d s w
where
here pressure-tight
pressure-tight jjoints o in ts a
are
re n not
ot mmade
ade o onn tthe
he tthreads
h re a d s
B:: W
B Wider
ider tolerance
tolerance cclasslass ffor
or e external
x te r n a l p
pipe
ipe tthreads
h re a d s w
where
here pressure-tight
pressure-tight jjoints o in ts a
are
re n not
ot mmade
ade o onn tthe
he tthreads
h re a d s
IInternal
nternal tthreads:
hreads: G lletteretter ffollowed
o llo w e d b byy tthread
h re a d m mark
ark ((only
only ttolerance
olerance cclass)
la s s )
External
E xternal tthreads:
hreads: G lletteretter ffollowed
o llo w e d b by y tthread
h re a d m
mark
a rk a
and
nd b
byy A lletter
etter for
for A cclass
la s s eexternal
xternal tthreads
h re a d s o
orr b
byy B lletter
etter fforor B cclass
la s s e
external
xternal tthreads.
h re a d s .

UNI ISO
UNI ISO 7/17 /1
Pipe
P ipe threads
threads where
where pressure-tight
pressure- e tight jjoints
o in ts a
are
re m
made
ade o onn the
the tthreads
h re a d s - D
Designation,
e s ig n a tio n , d
dimensions
im e n s io n s a
and
nd tolerances
to le r a n c e s
Used
U sed terminology:
te r m in o lo g y :
Rp:
R p: Internal
Internal ccylindrical
ylindrical tthreads
h re a d s wwhere
h e re p
pressure-tight
ressure-tight jjointso in ts a
are
re mmade
ade o onn tthe
he tthreads
h re a d s
Rc:
R c: Internal
Internal cconical
onical tthreads
h re a d s wwhere
h e re p pressure-tight
ressure-tight jjoints
o in ts aare
re m
made
ade o onn tthe
he tthreads
h re a d s
R:: External
R External cconical
onical tthreads
h re a d s w
where
h e re ppressure-tight
ressure-tight jjoints
o in ts aare
re m
made
ade o onn tthe
he tthreads
h re a d s
IInternal
nternal cylindrical
cylindrical threads:
threads: R letter letter followed
followed by by p letter
le tte r
IInternal
nternal cconical
onical tthreads:
hreads: R lletteretter ffollowed
o llo w e d b
byy c lletter
e tte r
External
E xternal cconical
onical tthreads:
hreads: R llettere tte r

Designation
D e s ig n a t io n Description
D e s c r ip t io n
Internal ccylindrical
Internal ylindrical tthreads
h re a d s w
where
h e re p
pressure-tight
ressure-tight jjoints
o in ts a
are
re m
made
ade o
onn the
the threads,
th re a d s , d
defined
e fin e d b
byy sstandard
ta n d a rd
UNI
U NI ISO
ISO 7/1
7/1 - Rp
Rp 1 1/2
1 /2 UNI
U NI ISO
ISO 7/1
7 /1
Conventional
C onventional 1 1/2
1 /2

Internal ccylindrical
Internal ylindrical tthreads
h re a d s w
where
h e re p
pressure-tight
ressure-tight jjoints
o in ts a
are
re m
made
ade o
onn the
the threads,
th re a d s , d
defined
e fin e d b
byy sstandard
ta n d a rd
UNI
U NI ISO
ISO 7/1
7/1 - Rp
Rp 2 1/2
1 /2 UNI
U NI ISO
ISO 7/1
7 /1
Conventional
C onventional 2 1/2
1 /2

Internal ccylindrical
Internal ylindrical tthreads
h re a d s w
where
h e re p
pressure-tight
ressure-tight jjoints
o in ts a
are
re m
made
ade o
onn the
the threads,
th re a d s , d
defined
e fin e d b
byy sstandard
ta n d a rd
UNI
U NI ISO
ISO 7/1
7/1 - Rp
Rp 3 UNI
U NI ISO
ISO 7/1
7 /1
Conventional
C onventional 3

External cconical
External onical tthreads
h re a d s w
where
h e re p
pressure-tight
ressure-tight jjoints
o in ts a
are
re m
made
ade o
onn tthe
he tthreads,
h re a d s , d
defined
e fin e d b
byy sstandard
ta n d a r d
UNI
U NI ISO
ISO 7/1
7 /1 - R 3 UNI
U NI ISO
ISO 7/1
7 /1
Conventional
C onventional 3

Internal cylindrical
Internal cylindrical threads
threads where
where pressure-tight
pressure-tight joints
joints are
are not
not made
made on
on the
the threads,
threads, defined
defined by
by standard
standard UNI
UNI ISO
ISO 228/1
2 2 8 /1
UNI
U NI ISO
ISO 228/1
2 2 8 /1 - G 4 B Tolerance
T olerance class
class B for
fo r e
external
xternal tthread
h re a d
Conventional
C onventional 4

Flange Nominal
Flange Nominal Diameter:
Diameter: 80
80 mm
mm
DN
D N 80
80 PN
PN 16
16 Nominal
N ominal Pressure:
Pressure: 16
16 bar
bar

Notes:
N o te s : UNI
U NI ISO
ISO 7/1
7 /1 UNI
U NI ISO
ISO 228/1
2 2 8 /1
Conventional diameter
Conventional diameter value
value [in [in iinches]
nches] iidentifies
dentifies sshort
hort tthread
h re a d
designation,
d based
e s ig n a tio n , b ased u upon
pon the
the relative
relative sstandard.
ta n d a r d . Conventional
C o n v e n tio n a l 1""
1 1""
1
Allll rrelative
A elative vvalues
a lu e s a
are
re d
defined
e fin e d bby
y sstandards.
ta n d a r d s .
Ass example,
A example, here here below
below some
some values:
v a lu e s : Pitch
P itc h 2.309
2 .3 0 9 m
mmm 2.309
2 .3 0 9 m
mmm

External
E x te rn a l 33.249
3 3 .2 4 9 m
mmm 33.249
3 3 .2 4 9 m
mmm

Core
C o re 30.291
3 0 .2 9 1 m
mmm 30.291
3 0 .2 9 1 m
mmm

Thread
T hread height
h e ig h t 1.479
1 .4 7 9 m
mmm 1.479
1 .4 7 9 m
mmm

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