Higher flow temperature heat pump
9kW High Temperature Domestic Ground Source Heat Pump SIH9ME
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9kW High Temperature Domestic Ground Source Heat Pump SIH9ME

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9kW High Temperature Domestic Ground Source Heat Pump SIH9ME

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Ground source heat pump with flow temperatures up to 70ºC, enabling 100% of a homes heating and hot water to be provided without the need for supplementary heating

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Description

Compact dimensions for versatile installation Variable heating water flow temperatures from 35ºC to 70ºC, weather compensated Variable options for ground collector and heating system connections Integrated WPM 2007 heat pump manager with removable control panel Suitable for use with underfloor heating, radiator systems and to provide domestic hot water Scroll compressor providing efficient, low noise running Single phase electrical connection with electronic soft start to reduce starting current loads Provides domestic hot water to 60ºC with no need for supplementary heating

Technical Specifications

Key Features
Colour/Finish/MaterialWhite (similar to RAL 9016)
InsulationIndoors - Domestic - The SIH ME range uses a single phase electricity supply, making them suitable for installation in UK homes.Non domestic – for light commercial applications with low heat load demands (i.e. up to 11W).Multiple heat pumps can be insta
Outside Air Temperature Range (oC)-5 / +25
Product Identification
Product model numberSIH9ME
EAN5011139031921
Dimensions
Height (mm)805
Depth (mm)462
Width (mm)650
Weight (kg)130
Packaging Information
Pallet Quantity1
Packed Depth (mm)550
Packed Height (mm)1020
Packed Width (mm)800
Packed Weight (kg)140
Certification
CEYes
Additional Features
Electric supply230V

Manuals & Guides

Instruction manuals
PDF icon SIH 4-11 ME Instructions Issue 2.pdf
November 7, 2017
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