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4.74 COP high efficiency


AQUAREA


HIGH CONNECTIVITY FOR WELL-INSULATED HOMES


output water 100% capacity at -15°C


AQUAREA T-CAP FOR HOUSES LOCATED IN COLD AREAS


65ºC


HIGH TEMP HEAT PUMP FOR HOUSES WITH HIGH TEMPERATURE RADIATORS


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