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About this app

Q-Ton is unique in the heat pump landscape.

Designed for the production of domestic hot water at high temperatures, the machine differs from competing products thanks to the cooling fluid it uses: CO2 carbon dioxide.

Non-flammable, non-toxic and with a GWP = 1, CO2 appears as the perfect cooling fluid in a regulatory context that imposes increasingly stringent restrictions on greenhouse gases and stringent parameters for new low-impact refrigerants but characterized by slight flammability.

The specially designed compressor and heat exchanger allow delivery temperatures to be reached in a range of 60-90 ° C without any need for electrical resistances. The present application aims to provide technical support during the initial sizing of the plant, seeking the best performance and return on the investment.

According to four different parameters relevant to the external room temperature and to the temperatures of the mains water, of the machine production and of the use of the user, values ​​are returned as to how many units to provide to meet the daily requirement and how much storage volume to forecast to cope with peak loads. Finally, it is possible to compare the estimated amount of Q-Ton operating costs with those of a boiler of different types: although some data are already pre-filled in accordance with an average value found in a generic context, full freedom is left to the user to modify these parameters so as to optimize the hypothesis of economic return in his specific case.

In the search for the best possible operation of the machine, there is also a section entirely dedicated to the trend of coefficients such as COP, supplied thermal capacity and electrical power absorbed as the ambient temperature changes, the network temperature and the DHW production temperature set on the machine .

The interactive legend and the possibility of sharing the graphs allow an immediate and simple reading of the data.
Updated on
Apr 15, 2019

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