Daikin Altherma HPC Residential

Daikin Altherma HPC

A fresh approach to home comfort

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Daikin Altherma HPC is a heat pump convector that combines heating and cooling in one product.

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Daikin Altherma HPC is combinable with underfloor piping and can replace outdated radiators. You can connect it to low-temperature heat pumps to reach higher capacities.

Airflow of a heat pump convector

What is a heat pump convector

The way a heat pump convector works is similar to a radiator, as both use convection to heat a room. A radiator creates convection by running water through its pipes. With a heat pump convector, a radiator’s convection process is faster because there is a small fan behind it speeding up the heating cycle.

A heat pump convector creates the same room temperature as a traditional radiator, but with lower water temperatures in the radiator, and in the long run, contribute to direct energy savings for users.

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Altherma HPC Dimensions

Small dimensions

Measuring 135 mm (depth), this heat emitter can fit in any house or apartment.

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Altherma HPC Noise

Discreet

As the unit reaches its set point, a continuous modulating fan gradually reduces its speed and creates less noise. The unit’s sound pressure measures 25db(A) at 1m when the fan is on a low-speed setting.

Altherma HPC Combination with Daikin Altherma 3 range

Perfect combination

This heat pump convector fits perfectly within the Daikin Altherma 3 range.

Other benefits of the Daikin Altherma HPC

Controls

Daikin offers a wide variety of controllers that are functional and have a great design.

Fast and high capacity

The Daikin Altherma HPC combines the advantages of residential underfloor heating and radiators. It delivers high capacity heating or cooling faster and at ultra-low temperatures (35/30° regime).

Modulated airflow

When there is less heating demand, the unit modulates its airflow to slow down the fan rate, and in the process, lowers the operational sound. A standard ON/OFF fan running simultaneously at full speed can drastically increase the noise.

DC Inverter

Daikin Altherma HPC uses the latest technologies to consume less electricity while maintaining its reliable performance.