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Daikin Altherma 3 Low Temperature R-Split (Integrated)

An efficient solution tailored for newly constructed homes - the air-to-water low-temperature heat pump.

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Benefits:

> This compact unit provides heating, cooling, and hot water all in one.

> With a lengthy life expectancy, this product boasts minimal service and maintenance requirements.

> Thanks to its clever build, installation is made simple.

> A contemporary design that seamlessly integrates with your interior.

> Enhance your control options with the Onecta app, Google Assistant, and Amazon Alexa.

What do I get?
Outdoor unit.

Carefully chosen to ensure the highest quality output, tailored to your home's specific needs.

Indoor unit.

An indoor unit with a standing design is equipped with an integrated tank to provide hot water.

Smart control.

Use Onecta, Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa to control your heating anytime, anywhere.

Product information.

Functionality.

Heating, cooling and hot water.

Dimensions. (h x w x d)

1650 x 595 x 625 mm and 180 L.

Sound decibels. (outdoor unit)

44 dBA - 50 dBA.

Energy rating.

Up to A+++.

Hot water temperature.

Up to 60 °C.

Operating atmosphere.

Down to -25 °C

Meticulously designed to integrate with the aesthetic of your home.

With the Daikin Altherma 3 R F, you have the flexibility to connect to a wide array of heating and cooling emitters. Whether you prefer underfloor heating, low-temperature radiators, or heat pump convectors, this system can adapt to meet your specific requirements.

Perfect for homeowners with recently built properties.

The Daikin Altherma 3 R F is an efficient heating and cooling system that runs on renewable energy sources, not gas. This unit also manages hot water effectively. Users can enjoy sustainable and energy-efficient heating, cooling, and hot water all in one unit.

Frequently asked things.

Which heat pump is right for my home?

You can get advice on which type of heat pump is best suited to your home by getting in touch with Swift sales.

How long will a heat pump take to install?

The installation of a heat pump entails more than positioning an indoor and outdoor unit. So, the amount of time required for heat pump installation cannot be precisely determined, as it will vary based on several influencing factors.

Type of residence.

The initial consideration will revolve around the specific type of dwelling in which a heat pump is to be installed. In the case of newly constructed homes, careful planning will need to factor in the ongoing building activities. In the case of existing homes, the decision regarding the utilization of existing emitters or the installation of new ones will impact the overall timeframe required.

 

Type of heat pump.

With the wide variety of heat pumps available, it is important to recognise that each unit has different installation requirements.

 

Extra works.

When installing a heat pump, whether in an existing house or a new construction, it's important to know that there may be extra tasks needed to make the system run efficiently. These tasks might include adding or replacing radiators, improving insulation in the home and upgrading existing pipework.

How much does installation cost?

The cost of heat pump installation can differ based on the specific type of heat pump you opt for. Factors such as renovation or additional building works, like insulation, can also impact the price.

Are there any initial requirements?

Heat pumps generally require minimal maintenance. To ensure optimal efficiency, it is recommended to schedule an annual maintenance appointment with your installer or service provider. The service typically involves conducting several standard checks, along with a comprehensive cleaning of the unit and filters.

What do the sound decibels mean?

Heat pumps typically consist of both an indoor and an outdoor unit. While they are running, both units emit sound, which is commonly quantified in decibels (dB). The noise levels can typically fall anywhere within the range of 0 dB to 140 dB.

The indoor units of Daikin heat pumps typically have a sound pressure level of approximately 30dBA, which is similar to the sound of a whisper.

The sound pressure levels of outdoor units can vary between 40dBA and 62dBA, because of their wider variety of sizes. These levels are similar to the sounds of birds chirping or people engaged in a conversation.

Renewable.

Economical.

Friendly.

Save £7,500 on your heat pump.

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