RMC Energy | Domestic Hot Water

By: Rmc Energy  05/12/2011
Keywords: Heat Pump, hot water

RMC Energy | Domestic Hot Water

Our New DHW System comes in 200l and 270l.


The outside Air is a Free source of energy, even when at a low temperature in Winter.

 The CHANORE/SOFATH Unit captures the free energy in the Air and transferring it into usable heat into the Heat Pump to produce Hot Water 365 Day’s a year with exceptional efficiency.

Programmable Control Indicator:
Browsing in the Menus: Digital Display:
Scroll Through the Parameters using two buttons:
Setting Time and Date:
Modify an hourly Programme:
Setting Your Required Temperature:
Quantity of Hot Water Available:
Number of Baths Available:
Reduce Set Values:
Increase Set Values:
Water Temperature Sensors:
Automatic Switching to Summer/ Winter Mode:
Automatic Mode or Comfort Mode:
Eco Mode:
Boost Mode:
Holiday Mode:
Built in Meter for Monitoring Electrical Consumption:

Keywords: Heat Pump, hot water

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