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Hitachi launches new Yutaki air source heat pump

Hitachi Air Conditioning Europe SAS has announced the launch of its latest addition to the Yutaki family of air source heat pumps (ASHP), which extends the Yutaki-S split system product line-up.

The new Yutaki-ST is an all-in-one compact indoor unit which provides heating and domestic hot water up to 60 deg C and comfort cooling, is available from 2HP~6HP (single and three-phase) with capacities from 2.3kW to 17.8kW - with either a 200L or 260L integrated stainless steel hot water tank.

According to the company every 1kW of electricity used to power the A-rated heat pump is capable of providing up to 5kW of energy in a well-insulated home – helping to reduce heating bills by up to 60% and cutting CO2 emissions by up to 75% compared to traditional boiler-led systems.

The Yutaki-ST ASHP utilises R410A refrigerant.

Hitachi says that the compact indoor unit design reduces installation space by around 70 per cent compared to a standalone boiler and hot water tank set up, perfect for homeowners looking to save valuable space inside their home.

All Yutaki-ST components are factory wired and pre-installed - saving around 8 hours on an average installation. - and is priced at approximately 18 per cent cheaper than an equivalent separate water module, tank and 3-way valve.

A redesigned flow meter allows Yutaki ST to control the water flow for maximum efficiency of operation, and a new LCD controller displays heating, cooling and hot water capacities, water flow (for easier commissioning and servicing) and - when connected to a power meter - will also show energy consumption to give the homeowner a clear indication of where energy is being used.


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