Frankfurt, Germany - In the just finished Frankfurt ISH 2017 fair, the most professional energy, water and HVAC fair, PHNIX first showed its commercial heat pump water heaters - HeatPro series. This series of heat pumps are specially designed for extremely cold areas, such as Nordic area, Russia, Northern China.
PHNIX HeatPro series heat pump water heater is tested in the laboratory to work stably at ambient temperature as low as -30℃. As a matter of fact, they have already been tested to work efficiently in northern China(with -20~-30℃ low temperature in winter) after 2 years' running since 2015. And PHNIX has received very great feedback from users about the work efficiency and stability.
Moreover, in the beginning of this year, on the Aquatherm Moscow expo in February 7-10th, PHNIX has showed the HeatPro series residential heat pump water heater which is also for cold areas. This series of heat pump has received great attention on the fair. And some potential heat pump distributors in local market have purchased sample orders for testing.
PHNIX HeatPro series heat pump water heater, with EVI design and R410A refrigerant, enables the whole system to work in high efficiency even in extremely low temperature environment. The heat pump can produce hot water with temperature as high as 65℃. Therefore, the water can be used not only for hot water supply, but also for room heating if connected with water fan coils, radiators or floor heating as an integrated heating and hot water solution.
PHNIX, as a leading heat pump supplier in China, has always been focusing on researching and developing professional heat pump technology for providing energy-saving solutions for the global markets. In addition to the HeatPro series, PHNIX has displayed the DC inverter heat pump with A++ energy level, water fan coils with three elegant designs and newly-developed inverter all in one heat pump water heater with awesome gesture control, which are all highlights in the fair, as the only professional heat pump manufacturer from China in this Frankfurt ISH.