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Swegon unveils rugged heat pump for climate extremes

The Indigo will keep operating when ambient is as low as -23 deg C says Swedish manufacturer

Swegon’s Indigo is equipped with snow covers as well as ice build-up protection for the condensation water, and the manufacturer describes it as ‘the heat pump that thrives as the conditions get worse.’

Available in two sizes, with a capacity of up to 15 kW of heating or 18 kW of cooling, the Indigo is well-suited for residential applications or small-medium sized commercial applications, such as smaller hotels, offices or public buildings.

In residential applications the ability to produce domestic hot water, with a temperature of up to 60 deg C, is very valuable. In commercial applications the plug n’ play connection to the Swegon Gold air handling unit is another benefit, as well as the ability to produce either heating or cooling, which together provides the foundation for an excellent indoor climate comfort, preferably with chilled beams such as Swegon’s Pacific series, the firm says.

-“Regardless of application, some features will always be appreciated by the end users, such as the low noise level, which is achieved by the addition of extra sound proofing material and double anti-vibration mounts, as well as the low energy consumption achieved by the inverter driven compressor”, says Leonardo Prendin Product Manager at Swegon, “The INDIGO is also flexible in terms of installation; with two different fan solutions available it is just as easy to place the unit outdoors and indoors”.

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