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How to Transport and Install a Low Temperature Air source Heat Pump
The transportation and installation of low-temperature air source heat pumps.
1. The logistics of moving the unit.
Before you move the unit, you need to make sure that the location where it will be installed has the right tools and equipment for installing the unit and that it is strong enough to support the weight of the unit along with all of its accessories.
It is permissible to transport the unit using forklift trucks; however, wire ropes are required for lifting and transporting the unit. During the process of handling and installing the air energy heating heat pump, it is important to avoid causing the unit to experience excessive vibration or impact. This will help to prevent damage to the unit as well as the leakage of copper pipe.
2. The process of installing the device.
Unit installation site requirements.
To guarantee that the air inlet and outlet are not impeded in any way, R32 refrigerant heat pump should be installed in a well-ventilated outdoor location, and the area around the air inlet and outlet should be clear of any obstructions. The component needs to be positioned in a stable and level surface. The low-temperature variable frequency air to water heat pump unit requires that you construct a solid foundation in accordance with the guidelines outlined in the manual. Additionally, you are instructed to place a layer of 12–20 mm shock-absorbing rubber pad between the chassis and the foundation of the unit. On the chassis of the R32 gas heat pump are holes cut out specifically for anchor bolts. The unit chassis is horizontal in front, rear, left, and right directions, and it is secured to the foundation using anchor bolts measuring either M8 or M16 millimeters in length. For purposes of operation, inspection, and maintenance, there ought to be a certain amount of space around the unit. Regulatory clearance for installation: There is a distance of 1000 millimeters between the front and the back, 1000 millimeters between the left and the right, and even more space has been left in the direction of the electrical cabinet to make it easier for normal operation to take place. The height is the unit height plus 2000 millimeters in order to guarantee a smooth air outlet and prevent a short circuit between the air coming in and going out.
It is recommended to design drainage ditches on both sides of low temperature air source heat pump in order to ensure the smooth discharge of any condensed water that may be produced when the unit is defrosted. This is because condensed water will be generated when the unit is defrosted.
Note that the unit’s service life and heating efficiency will both suffer if it is exposed to precipitation such as rain or snow. It is strongly recommended to design an iron shed to block the rain and snow if the unit is going to be installed in an open place where there is a possibility of rain and snow.
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