Exhaust Air Heat Pumps
Using an exhaust air heat pump, you draw in stale and humid air from your bathrooms, utilities, kitchens, and other wet areas of your home, pass it through a heat pump, which extracts the heat, and exhaust the cold air through a vent.
As an energy source, exhaust air heat pumps use the indoor air, which is always warm, as a source of energy. The energy content of this indoor air is much higher than that of cold outdoor air. The heating system also provides extract ventilation for the dwelling. Consequently, no separate ventilation fan is needed to keep the indoor air comfortable.
Available in the 200 litre or 260 litre model, the Daikin Altherma M HW is designed to provide your perfect climate.