Panasonic’s Aquarea J Generation Air to Water Heat Pump: Now Available in Monobloc

  • Specially designed for new homes and low energy houses
  • R32 refrigerant reaching A+++ energy class (35ºC)
  • More capacity in heating & cooling even during adverse ambient temperatures
  • Compact design for space-saving possibilities

 Panasonic Heating and Cooling is pleased to announce the latest addition to its innovative Aquarea Air to Water Heat Pump Range – the extremely efficient J Generation Monobloc with R32 refrigerant. Ideal for new installations and low energy homes, the heat pump packs a high-performance system into one compact outdoor unit.

Adapting to the needs of any space

The advanced outdoor system provides residential projects with both hot water (DHW), heat for radiators and underfloor heating. With a range of capacities available, from 5kW to 9kW, the J Generation Monobloc offers lower operational cost options than other solutions. The range fully adapts the system to the needs of the space, whether it is a new build or a refurbishment, as it can reach up to 60°C water outlet even at -10oC outdoor temperature. The new J Generation delivers a higher capacity in heating of up to +25%, and in cooling up to +30%.

Compact, space-saving design

Thanks to the Monobloc’s neat design, it only takes up a small space outside the property, with the refrigerant sealed in the small outdoor unit, therefore only requiring water pipes inside. An ideal solution for new build projects, the Aquarea J Generation Monobloc can be easily installed in areas with limited space, or even in larger spaces that require a more aesthetically pleasing and unobtrusive design.

The environmentally friendly solution

With sustainability at the forefront of Panasonic’s innovations, the Monobloc offers substantial benefits to the end-user and their impact on the environment. Utilising advanced air-to-water technology, the Aquarea range ensures a very efficient, environmentally friendly solution, even in temperatures as low as -20°C.  As well as providing heating and hot water, Aquarea can deliver cooling in the summer.

Remotely control heating and cooling

The system is also compatible with the Aquarea Smart Cloud for end-users to remotely control the full range of heating and cooling functions, including monitoring energy consumption for both energy and cost-saving possibilities.

Furthermore, it can also be connected to the Aquarea Service Cloud to allow installers to remotely access their customer’s heating and cooling systems, which can increase customer satisfaction by reducing response times as the installers can act and connect from anywhere, thereby saving time and money.

Panasonic’s state-of-the-art, compact Aquarea J Generation Monobloc unit can be combined with numerous high efficiency accessories for even higher energy savings. To find out more, please visit www.aircon.panasonic.eu.

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