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Alliance’s Direct Heating Heat Pump range is the ideal economical hot water solution for hotels, guesthouses, B&B’s, hostels, factories offices etc. An electronically-controlled Expansion Valve (EEV) ensures a constant supply of water at a pre-set temperature, with a settable range of 40°C – 60°C (factory default setting: 50°C). Intelligent control algorithms ensure that the internal flow rate of the refrigerant is optimised via the EEV to deliver unmatched efficiency and stable outlet temperature even in low winter ambient conditions. Water heating can take place any time of day or night (i.e. when electricity demand is low), as well as during cloudy or rainy weather. Backed by Alliance branches in all major metropolitan areas.
Alliance Cycle Heating Heat Pumps are the economical solution for commercial bulk hot water supply. Their robust design combines innovative technology that drastically reduces the electricity cost of hot water. Each time water cycles through the Heat Pump, temperature is raised by 5° to 10°C until pre-set levels are reached. Advanced control logic ensures a stable hot water supply. Alliance Cycle Heating Heat Pumps: the ideal solution for economical bulk hot water usage. Backed nationwide by Alliance branches in all major metropolitan areas.
Delivering excellent efficiency with high COP’s, Alliance High Temperature Commercial Heat Pump range is the ideal solution for industrial hot water applications such as electroplating, laundries, abattoirs, food processing plants and sterilization of bottles. With the ability to heat water beyond a typical 60°C, these High Temperature Heat Pumps are suitable for the prevention and control of Legionella in large reticulation systems like hotels and hospitals. Thanks to Alliance’s pioneering heat pump technology, these units are easy to install, self-contained and quiet in operation, while the use of R134A refrigerant ensures eco-friendliness. As with all Alliance products, these High Temperature Heat Pumps are backed by a network of branches in all major metropolitan areas.