Superior efficiency, outstanding comfort and an ultra-low sound level mean that this unique ground source heat pump has set new standards in its segment, enabling it to slash heating bills by up to 80%
An advanced control system and the use of inverter technology are part of the secret behind the Diplomat Inverter Mini. With one of the highest seasonal coefficient of performance (SCOP) ratings, this innovative unit has been specially designed for low-energy houses and provides families with an unbeatable level of hot water comfort and proven cost-effectiveness.
“With a SCOP rating of up to 5.77*, the Diplomat Inverter Mini heat pump is a highly pragmatic alternative to traditional heating solutions for low-energy houses. This innovative concept will have wide appeal for European families looking for reliability and efficiency in home heating while also wanting to minimize their impact on the environment. As the new heat pump can extract energy from either the ground or water, it is a dual renewable energy source”, said Hans Wreifalt, International Sales Director at Thermia Heat Pumps.
The inverter technology used in the heat pump delivers outstanding results, as Thermia Product Manager Petter Lykken explained: “One of the keys to its impressive performance is its powerful controller that takes full advantage of our inverter technology. The new heat pump can meet the requirements of the most demanding homeowners and is in a class of its own in terms of hot water production. Moreover, the new mechanical design makes the Inverter Mini the quietest heat pump in its segment. During operation the sound level can be as low as 29 dB, a level comparable to the sound of rustling leaves.”
The inverter technology continuously adjusts the heat pump’s output to current demand, enabling it to supply 100% of a family’s energy requirements. This in turn means that the owner does not need to pay for expensive auxiliary heating.
The Inverter Mini offers the fastest and most cost-efficient hot water production in its segment. In domestic applications, this means more hot water delivered faster and at much lower cost. This is enabled by two technologies developed by Thermia: the inverter itself and tap water stratification with a built-in 180 liter water tank. In daily use, this means there is no problem meeting high hot water demands in the morning or evening.
With a capacity of (1.5-7 kW), the Inverter Mini is the most compact product in Thermia’s inverter-driven series. This compares with the Inverter M (3-12kW) and L (5-17 kW) models. All are ideally suited for installation in new, low-energy houses as well as larger homes that need retrofitting.
Thermia recommends contacting an authorized reseller for an estimate on purchase price and installation, and for specific calculations of the savings potential for your household.