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Supreme Heating VProPlus Heat Pump (21kW)

Supreme Heating VProPlus Heat Pump (21kW)

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VPRO PLUS 21kW Heat Pump - Australia's Most Efficient Heat Pump!

The revolutionary VProPlus heat pump from Supreme Heating introduces cutting-edge technologies for superior performance: the all-new 3D Titanium heat exchanger, Mitsubishi twin-rotary compressor, and TurboSilence inverter control system.

The 3D Titanium heat exchanger offers 30% more heat transfer area and improves efficiency by 30%.

The Mitsubishi twin-rotary compressor reduces vibration, achieves a 20% noise reduction, and enables turbo heating capacity up to 120% with a single touch.

These innovations deliver exceptional energy savings, achieving a Coefficient of Performance (COP) of up to 20. With single-phase power, it provides 32 kW of heating, while three-phase power reaches 40 kW, setting new benchmarks in Australia.

Key Product Features & Benefits:

  • 20% quieter than other heat pumps thanks to TurboSilence technology
  • Built in timer and wifi controller to control heating from the convenience of your phone
  • Aluminum alloy casing
  • COP of 20 make this heat pump highly energy efficient
  • 20% faster thanks to the Turbo Inverter Compressor
  • Quiet operating levels - 37.7~50.5 dB(A) at 1m
  • R32 Refrigerant Gas
  • Includes 2 x 3-Way (40mm) Jandy Valves. + Plumbing Instructions for Heat Pump Manifold Bypass.

Specifications:

  • Recommended max pool volume up to 60,000 litres
  • Global performance standard measurement: air 28°C, water 28°C, humidity 80%
  • Rated input current at air 15°C (Amp): 11.9 max - Requires 15amp plug socket
  • Heating capacity (at 28°C): 21
  • COP (Coefficient of performance) (at 15°C): 8.8
  • Dimensions - 1200x430×770 

Warranty:

  • 30 years on titanium heat exchanger
  • 10 years on compressor
  • 2 years on all other components


Doesn’t a heat pump use a lot of energy to operate?

Absolutely not. Although a heat pump requires electricity to operate it draws over 80% of its heat energy from the air and it does this even though it may feel cold. Using principles similar to an air conditioner, the ambient air is drawn in and superheated within the heat pump and then transferred to the pool water.

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