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A heat pump with a flow temperature of 65 °C: What are the benefits?

Heat pump with a flow temperature of 65 °C

The simple answer: there is normally no need to replace your existing, often over-dimensioned, radiators. This saves you a lot of work and unnecessary retrofitting measures. Further energy saving measures (e.g. new windows, building insulation) may still be worthwhile, since they can reduce the building’s heat loss and improve the annual performance factor of the heat pump heating system thanks to lower flow temperatures.

You can find heat pumps with higher flow temperatures here:

  • Air-to-water heat pumps for outdoor installation with a flow temperature of 65°C or 75°C
  • Air-to-water heat pumps for indoor installation with a flow temperature of 75°C
  • Brine-to-water heat pumps for indoor installation with a flow temperature of 70°C in a compact design
  • Brine-to-water heat pumps for indoor installation with a flow temperature of 70°C
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