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Weishaupt’s new, highly efficient domestic water heat pump with a COP of 3.6

Weishaupt’s new WWP T 300 WA domestic water heat pump is a simple way to provide flats and houses with a central hot water supply.

Trade press

Nov 01, 2015

Weishaupt’s new, highly efficient domestic water heat pump with a COP of 3.6

Weishaupt’s new WWP T 300 WA domestic water heat pump is a simple way to provide flats and houses with a central hot water supply.

 
The domestic water heat pump has an additional heat exchanger which can be connected to heating or solar heating systems, and its digital input facilitates connection to photovoltaic equipment. That makes this system ideal for upgrades and retrofits, as well as for installation in new-build housing.
 

The Class-A energy efficiency of the new domestic water heat pump is most impressive. It has a COP of 3.6 (per EN 16147, A15/W10-55°C, tapping profile XL), making it one of the most efficient units on the market. Thanks to its powerful fan and its connection fittings, the domestic water heat pump can be located almost anywhere and take on additional functions, such as dehumidification or space cooling.

The integral 300-litre DHW cylinder, which is made of enamelled steel for optimal hygiene, ensures a ready supply of hot water. Water temperature with the heat pump in operation can be set anywhere from 20 °C to 60 °C.

Weishaupt WWP T 300 WA domestic water heat pump
Weishaupt WWP T 300 WA domestic water heat pump
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Photo and cut-away drawing of the new Weishaupt WWP T 300 WA domestic water heat pump. The unit has a Class A energy efficiency rating and a COP of 3.6.
Photo and cut-away drawing of the new Weishaupt WWP T 300 WA domestic water heat pump. The unit has a Class A energy efficiency rating and a COP of 3.6.
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