Daikin | Small capacity Daikin Altherma 3 M heat pump

Daikin | Small capacity Daikin Altherma 3 M heat pump

Daikin Europe has launched its new Daikin Altherma 3 M heat pump, available in small capacities for smaller homes. The heat pump, previously launched in classes ranging from 9 to 16kW, is now available in three smaller classes (4, 6 and 8kW). Thanks to its compactness, design and performance, it is said to be perfectly suitable for smaller dwellings. The new heat pump completes Daikin’s R-32 monobloc range.

Daikin Altherma 3 M is an R-32 air-to-water monobloc heat pump, providing heating, cooling, and hot water. It was first launched in 2020, working from 9 to 16kW, to provide heating and cooling in large capacities.

With these three extra classes, Daikin Europe has now a complete R-32 monobloc heat pump range. Patrick Crombez, General Manager Heating & Renewables at Daikin Europe, says: “At Daikin, our aim is to install a heat pump in every European home. Our Daikin Altherma 3 M started out in big capacities only, and we were one of the first to launch an R-32 monobloc for bigger homes at the time. Now, with Daikin Altherma 3 M available for smaller homes as well, we offer a complete R-32 monobloc range, with a range of heat pumps that fit any European home, no matter how big or small.”

This unit includes the wiring centre and the optional back-up heater, as well as all hydraulic components. It can fit under any window and since there is no indoor unit, it’s ideal for homes where space is limited. In terms of design, the Daikin Altherma 3 M was also given an upgrade, with a white front grille made of horizontal lines, hiding the fan from view. Inside, the rotative switchbox facilitates installation and commissioning.

The new Daikin Altherma 3 M replaces the existing model, working in 5 and 7kW and running on R-410A refrigerant. Equipped with R-32, the new monobloc helps to accelerate the transition to renewable heating solutions. It reduces the environmental impact of the heat pump by 70%.

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