A Sanden hot water heat pump uses industry-leading technology found in refrigeration and air conditioning units, where energy is drawn in from the ambient atmosphere and transferred into heat. With a capacity to deliver nearly 20kbtu/hour, a Sanden CO2 hot water heat pump can be designed into a system that delivers all the domestic hot water (DHW) to a home with one circuit feeding a DHW mixing valve to reduce the temps to 120 degrees F, and another supplying a standard heat exchanger supplying hot water radiators or radiant slab.
The Sanden Design and Installation Workshop will cover how CO2 works in a heat pump, it's effectiveness as a hot water heater, and design considerations of a COMBI-SYSYEM ( DHW + space conditioning). Sanden Product Manager John Miles will lead the workshop.
The workshop is limited to 18 participants and will be held at the Stellaria Building Community Room.