Daikin launches monobloc heat pump

Daikin launches monobloc heat pump
The Daikin Altherma 3 M has a monobloc set-up which only requires an outdoor unit as it only has one fan. (Image: Daikin)

Daikin’s Altherma 3 M is the company’s first monobloc heat pump which uses R-32 refrigerant and is more compact, connected and sustainable than its predecessors.

The R-32 refrigerant offers higher performances and energy efficiency, while reducing CO2 emissions. The monobloc heat pump can be controlled remotely via the recently updated Daikin Residential Controller app with a voice assistant feature.

The Daikin Altherma 3 M’s compact and improved design allows it to fit many different types of homes and large new buildings and makes it aesthetically pleasing. Its monobloc set-up only requires an outdoor unit as it only has one fan. It is easy to install as it is a single unit and includes most wiring, simply requiring water connections to the inside of the house.

The more energy efficient R-32 refrigerant reduces the heat pump’s environmental impact by 75% and needs 30% less refrigerant charge compared to its predecessor. The R-32 refrigerant will help to accelerate the much-needed transition to renewable heating solutions as it is a mono-component refrigerant, allowing its recycling and reuse.

Daikin launches monobloc heat pump
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