GUANGZHOU, China, Aug. 24, 2019 -- The latest news about the PHNIX R32 Inverter EVI house heating heat pump is that PHNIX's two new models, 6 kW and 10 kW units, will be delivered to Nordic distributors in batches. When last winter some Nordic users used the units for house heating, PHNIX R32 Inverter EVI heat pump fully meet the user's needs in -25°C ambient temperature, according to Mr. Jab Fan, Director of PHNIX House Heating Division.
Mr.Fan said, PHNIX will plan to send product managers and technicians to Europe to provide technical training for the R32 product line to assist local business partners in marketing promotion and product application in large scale. At the same time, PHNIX will also conduct a return visit to the first batch of R32 users to evaluate the application of R32 in different European climate conditions.
The photo shows the application of PHNIX R32 Inverter EVI Heat Pump in Northern Europe.
About PHNIX R32 Inverter EVI Heat Pump
PHNIX R32 HeroPlus Series with A+++ ErP Level Reaching 60°C with exterior conditions at -30°C according to PHNIX certified laboratory, the unit can work efficiently through floor heating, water fan coils or radiators for heating/cooling and hot water. When the target temperature is close to setpoint, the units will run at a lower frequency, and the temperature control accuracy can be as precise as 0.1°C.
Be Successfully Applied in Northern Europe In the past year, PHNIX R32 Inverter EVI series have been successfully applied in the Nordic countries of Denmark, Sweden. In the Nordic winter -25°C ambient temperature, PHNIX unit outlet water temperature reaches 55°. Users think that PHNIX R32 is stable and performs well when used in house heating applications.
PHNIX New 4G-DTU Remote Controller PHNIX R32 HeroPlus Series with a 4G-DTU module inside the control board which can connect to internet with 4G Mobile signal automatically. Then all the data of the heat pump will be transferred to the cloud (server) for sellers and users to easily control the heat pump and check the unit running condition.