The hybrid heat pump is the definitive solution for spaces that require heating, air-conditioning and hot water as it produces almost 8 units of heat energy for every 1 unit of energy consumed (COP: 7.95).
The Hybrid system can produce heating, air conditioning and domestic hot water (DHW). The system recycles the waste heat from the air conditioner to heat domestic water.
Incredible efficiency and savings
Installing a hybrid air source heat pump is one of the best ways to use air-conditioning efficiently and to reap savings for home and building owners. For every 1kWh of energy consumed the hybrid heat pump can produce almost 8kWh of thermal energy. Our heat pumps typically pay for themselves within 3.5 years or even less if you receive government subsidies or a grant for the system. Our hybrid air source range is strictly limited to indoor units compatible with Mitsubishi air-conditioning units and provide heating, cooling and domestic hot water.
Why a Mitsubishi outdoor unit?
Mitsubishi is the market leader for outdoor air-source heat pump units due to their outstanding efficiency and reliability. The PUHZ-FRP71VHA is one of the most established outdoor units for hybrid systems. For that reason we created two indoor units that can make the hybrid system an even better investment for homeowners. We offer a hydrobox for heating and cooling as well as a hydrotank which also heats domestic hot water. A TermoPlus indoor heat pump with a Mitsubishi air-conditioning system make an unbeatable combination of efficiency and reliability.
Guaranteed to last
TermoPlus’s very first heat pump built in 1984 is still fully operational. The minimum life expectancy of all our heat pumps is 25 years and they are covered by a 2+3 year warranty. This means that with a quick check-up every year you are guaranteed 5 years of absolute peace of mind. We’ll support our products for their entire lifetime and guarantee spare part availability. Find out more about the TermoPlus promise.
HOW IT WORKS
The hybrid heat pump system comprises of an indoor air-conditioning unit, an outdoor unit, and a TermoPlus indoor hydrobox or hydrotank.
Heating and Sanitary Hot Water
The indoor heat pump heats the space via radiators, underfloor heating or fan coils. The hydrotank also produces domestic hot water autonomously during winter or by recycling heat from the air-conditioner during summer.
Air-conditioning: Heating and Cooling
The indoor air conditioner is very similar to a standard air-condition unit. Normal air-conditioners dispel heat via their outdoor unit which is a waste of energy. The hybrid system instead uses this heat to produce hot water for domestic use (dish-washing, showering, etc.)
One Outdoor unit for both systems
The outside unit replaces the need for a separate outside air-conditioning unit. This males the system even more affordable and takes up less space.
WHAT IT IS GREAT FOR
During winter you can use the heat pump for incredibly efficient heating and DHW. In mild weather you can use the air-conditioner for heating and the heat pump for DHW. During warm weather you can use the air-conditioner for cooling and DHW will be produced as a side benefit.
Homes, Pools, Hotels, Restaurants, Gyms
The hot water produced during air-conditioner cooling can be used for multiple applications such as shower facilities, kitchen use, dishwashing, laundry, heated swimming pools
SUPERIOR IN EVERY DETAIL
Incredible efficiency and savings
With a heaterless design there is no power requirement for an electric heater. You will enjoy the same comfort without a heating element which would use more energy. The TermoPlus – Mitsubishi combination with energy efficient inverter technology delivers significant efficiency and unmatched real savings.
Flexible and compatible
The combination is suitable for floor, radiator and fan coil heating in new buildings or as a renovation of existing heating systems. The units can also work in conjunction with an external heat source such as a biomass, a boiler or a woodstove and take up very little space.
Performance is boosted in our indoor units but not at the expense of compatibility – the original Mitsubishi weather compensated control is retained along with all features (see in detail below*). Switching between water and space heating is automatic and adequate capacity is ensured so that a storage tank is not required.
Function-packed but easy to use
A multi-functional controller provides optimal management with programmes such as automatic anti- legionella, floor drying, holiday mode and a weekly timer. Web control via app is optionally available and includes an efficiency monitoring feature. Two-zone heating is also available as an option.
Quiet and unobtrusive
Both the indoor and outdoor units are both extremely quiet and compact. Using a TermoPlus hydrotank to replace a hydrobox / hot water heater also saves space and makes for a seamless, out-of-sight solution.
All units run an automated anti-legionella programme even without an additional electric heater.
All original Mitsubishi control features are retained: Auto-defrost, automatic switching between DHW and heating / cooling, automatic anti-legionella program, control of external heating source , DHW and heating timers *, 2 zone control *, floor dry function*, monitoring of consumed and produced energy (COP)* , access via web and mobile app* , master for cascade connection* (Features followed by * are optional)
OPTIONS & FEATURE UPGRADES
Optional Electric Heater
This upgrade is unnecessary for most users and allows the use of an electric heater to produce vast quantities of hot water for constant, intense use of temperatures of 70° and higher as well as where a backup may be needed.
Optional web control via app
The original Mitsubishi app allows you to measure the system’s efficiency (COP Monitoring) and to control the system and programs (holiday mode, floor drying etc) from PCs, tablets and smartphones.
MODELS & SPECIFICATIONS
TERMOPLUS INDOOR AIR / WATER UNITS
|Model & Range||Circulation Pump||Expansion Vessel||DHW Tank||Pipe connection for water||Dimensions|
(H x W x D or H x diam) (mm)
|TermoPlus Hydrobox MZ||25/1-7||√||–||28mm||820 x 500 x 350|
|TermoPlus Hydrotank MZ||25/1-7||√||300L||28mm||1710 x ф750|
MITSUBISHI INDOOR AIR / AIR UNITS
|Air To Air||Air To Water||Heat Recovery|
|Mitsubishi Model||Cooling Capacity (Rated / Min-Max)||Cooling EER||Cooling SEER||Cooling Class||Heating Capacity (Rated / Min-Max)||Heating COP||Heating SCOP||Heating Class||Capacity A7W35||Heating COP A7W35||Capacity|
W45 (ATA cooling+ATW)
|Recovery COP W45||Capacity|
W55 (ATA cooling+ATW)
|Recovery COP W55|
Cassette unit PLA-ZRP71BA
Classic wall unitPKA-RP71KAL
Stainless ceiling unitPCA-RP71HA
Refrigerant: R410A, Recommended Fuse: 1x25A, Power Supply: 1F/230V/50Hz
A2A SEER / SCOP based on EN14825, A2W COP based on EN14511
MITSUBISHI OUTDOOR UNIT
|Guaranteed operating range:||Dimensions|
|Model & Range||Cooling||Heating||ATW||Heat Recovery||(H x W x D or H x diam) (mm)|
|PUHZ-FRP71VHA||-15~+46||-20~+21||-20~+35||+15~+46||943 x 950 x 330 (+30)|
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQ)
|Bars and Restaurants|
While dining and bar areas are cooled through the air conditioning system, the heat extracted from the spaces is used to heat the water for dishwashing.
|Gyms with showers or pools|
While the gym is cooled through the air conditioning system, the heat extracted from is used to heat the water for the showers or even the swimming pool.
|Offices or server rooms|
While an office or server room is cooled through the air conditioning system, the heat extracted is used to heat the communal kitchen water or bathroom tap water.
Our air source and domestic hot water heat pumps are extremely easy to maintain and have very low maintenance costs. Our units only require a single annual quick service where we ensure everything is working correctly and efficiently.
Our heat pumps can installed in both new buildings and older buildings . The units can work with underfloor heating, radiators and fan coils alike. The hydrotank can replace or upgrade existing hot water facilities.
Our air-source products can be combined with an existing heating boiler, biomass or woodstove.