Aquatop T

With a heat pump capacity of 5.2kW – 58.6kW, AQUATOP T heat pumps from ELCO UK use the ground, as well as ground and surface water, as a free source of energy. These products are ideal for use in new buildings as well as in older properties.
  • Extremely energy efficient – high COP
  • Reversible versions for active cooling
  • Cascade installations of up to 6 heat pumps is possible
  • Working pressure 3bar
Ground-Water
Heat Pump
AQUATOP® T
Heat output
nominal (max)
EN14511
COPEnergy
efficiency 1
Sound
power
level
Flow
temperature
max
BO/W35
kW
BO/W55
kW
BO/W35
COP
BO/W55
COP
W35
ErP-Radiator
W55
ErP-Radiator
dB(A)°C
T22H21.020.44.62.9A++ / A+++A++ / A+++5760
T28H28.724.84.42.7A++ / A+++A++ / A+++5960
T35H36.734.74.43.0A++ / A+++A++ / A+++5960
T43H44.441.34.43.1A++ / A+++A++ / A+++6160

1Energy efficiency class: ErP-Radiator Space heating: Product/System according to Guideline 2010/30/EU and Regulation EU811/2013

Water-Water
Heat Pump
AQUATOP® T
Heat output
nominal (max)
EN14511
COPEnergy
efficiency 1
Sound
power
level
Flow
temperature
max
W10/W35
kW
W10/W55
kW
W10/W35
COP
W10/W55
COP
W35
ErP-Radiator
W55
ErP-Radiator
dB(A)°C
T22H25.925.65.53.5A++ / A+++A++ / A+++5760
T28H35.534.25.13.5A++ / A+++A++ / A+++5960
T35H48.946.05.33.7A++ / A+++A++ / A+++5960
T43H58.654.25.23.6A++ / A+++A++ / A+++6160

1Energy efficiency class: ErP-Radiator Space heating: Product/System according to Guideline 2010/30/EU and Regulation EU811/2013

Dimensions all models
H X W X D (mm)1050 x 670 x 950

One of the UK’s leading architectural practices is enjoying renewable energy thanks to an innovative installation of two AQUATOP® T26 ground source heat pumps from ELCO.

The two 26kW ground source heat pumps are used for trench heating at the Associated Architects practice at the iconic Mailbox building in the heart of Birmingham. Associated Architects have won over 20 RIBA awards for their projects.

The collectors for the heat pumps are located in the Grand Union Canal, which is adjacent to the building.  The heat pumps use the waste heat in the canal which is generated from the surrounding buildings, and convert it into useable heating for the architectural practice.

The heating system was specified by Arup, Birmingham and installed by CA Sothers, a leading provider of mechanical and electrical installation and maintenance services. Martin Atkins, Contracts director, for C A Sothers commented: “The Aquatop T26 heat pumps were an ideal choice for our trench heating requirements, utilising the local canal water as primary heat source, their compact size suited the restricted plant space available and were easy to install within the spatial constraints made available to us.”