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HuwSy
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Last seen: May 27, 2024
Topics: 1 / Replies: 12
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RE: ASHP at cold temperatures

Hi Thank you for this. I see the flow temp drop and the radiators must get colder but the room temps don’t seem to drop. Does it reduce the flow or...

1 year ago
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RE: ASHP at cold temperatures

Hi So on a air to air a defrost cycle actively blows cold 10-15C air into the room (for at least 7 minutes typically 10-20min) but are you saying an...

1 year ago
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RE: ASHP at cold temperatures

Hi We don’t have adjustable flow temperatures. Either not available to the user or because it’s air to air I don’t know. It seems if the room is mor...

1 year ago
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RE: ASHP at cold temperatures

Hi So being cold but not often sub -5C and in eyesight of the sea with a 80%+ normal humidity is not a good place to be then. I’ll just try moving t...

1 year ago
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RE: ASHP at cold temperatures

Hi Our installer mostly deals with Daikin equipment, I had mentioned to them Mitsubishi equipment as they have a vrf equivalent but they decided Fuj...

1 year ago
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RE: ASHP at cold temperatures

Hi Annoyingly the temperature was a strict requirement, as was a few other medical points, and the contract has the others but nothing on temperatur...

1 year ago
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RE: ASHP at cold temperatures

Hi They are MCS accredit and it’s plastered all over their website, but only for air to water installs not, as we have found out, for air to air. ...

1 year ago
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RE: ASHP at cold temperatures

Hi We stipulated to our installer that we needed 24-26C out of medical necessity, sever risk to life, so it’s rather concerning that this isnt curre...

1 year ago
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RE: ASHP at cold temperatures

Hi Thanks both, Setting lower temps like 22C knowing it doesn’t achieve 22C when set at 30C seems counter intuitive but I will retry in the next col...

1 year ago
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RE: ASHP at cold temperatures

Hi We didn’t use it from April until now as running it even in summer temps it was running at anywhere above 4kW average input power but using elect...

1 year ago
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RE: ASHP at cold temperatures

Hi. The unit is about a foot to 18inch from the wall at the back of the unit on a wall mount bracket, but nothing in front that should cause a short...

1 year ago
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RE: ASHP at cold temperatures

Hi We started at 22C (using a fireplace and electric heaters which we have been stuck using since April as this has yet to be of any use at all)...

1 year ago
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