With the ROTEX HPSU monobloc compact, the essential hydraulic components are integrated into the outdoor unit. The compact unit is also supplied with a fully sealed unvented cooling circuit, so that the heating pipes run directly from the heat pump into the building. Because connections are only necessary on the water side, installation of the heat pump is exceptionally straightforward and rapid. Only the thermal store and the spare immersion heater (if applicable) need to be integrated into the building.
The HPSU monobloc compact heat pump can be placed unobtrusively outside the building.
Simple and cost-effective installation
The hydraulic components of the heat pump are combined in the compact outdoor unit.
For the health of your family
Water heating with hygienic freshwater technology in combination with the ROTEX thermal store.
Future-proof and flexible
Direct combination with a solar system is possible and can be added anytime.
The ROTEX HPSU monobloc compact air-to-water heat pump for outdoor installation combines the essential components in a single compact unit. This unobtrusive appliance can be sited outside the building. When combined with the hygienic ROTEX thermal store, it ensures optimum heating and hot water convenience. The HPSU monobloc is available in two versions (5 kW and 7 kW) and offers flow temperatures up to +55 °C. The heat pump is one of the most efficient and most compact systems of its kind on the market.
Available from December 2017,
The amount of heating energy required by modern buildings is decreasing, and the required flow temperatures are lower, too. This is where the low temperature ROTEX HPSU monobloc compact heat pump comes into its own, be it in conjunction with low temperature radiators or an underfloor heating system. The advantage of underfloor heating is that, due to the extremely large heating surface, it can make do with a low surface temperature. Plus, it can even cool the rooms during summer.
The heat demand of a building varies very widely depending on weather conditions and utilisation patterns. The ROTEX HPSU monobloc compact heat pump employs inverter technology, which operates the compressor variably. In other words, the output of the heat pump is continuously adjusted to meet the demand.
The water is heated in combination with a hygienic ROTEX thermal store. Thus, you get maximum comfort for heating and hot water. The ROTEX thermal store is a combination of domestic hot water tank and instantaneous water heater. The heat is not stored in the domestic hot water itself, but in the clearly separated tank water. In combination with the hygienic thermal store, the integration of solar systems for heating support and domestic water heating is also possible. Optimum tank stratification ensures that the provision of hot water is always guaranteed.
All ROTEX products with the ECH2O label are characterized by a unique heat storage principle. Particularly space-saving, with the highest warm water comfort and open for additional heat sources. The innovative heat storage concept is applied to the HPSU monobloc compact.
The “Smart Grid Ready” label for all ROTEX HPSU monobloc compact heat pumps certifies their suitability for “power bias operation”.
Apart from heat pump control functions, the hybrid control unit also takes on complete management of the thermal store – the heart of the hybrid heating system. This comprehensive hybrid management ensures the highest levels of system efficiency and optimum convenience for central heating, domestic hot water and cooling. Straightforward and consistent handling for the ROTEX HPSU compact with intuitive menu navigation and control via smartphone with the ROTEX app.
Individual heat generators will each bear a product label. The efficiency of a heating system depends not only on the heat generator, but on several components. That is why the combination or package label was introduced. This covers the heat generator plus other components such as the control, cylinders, solar thermal systems and/or an additional heat generator. The combination label is calculated from the efficiency values of the individual appliances and devices. Hooking up a solar thermal system is the most effective way to reach a higher overall system efficiency class