Heat pump terminals


Hot and cold without any intervention on the existing system



Air-conditioning of existing buildings without interventions on the systems, now it is possible

To date, upgrading a building means replacing the boiler with a heat pump system by making additional interventions on the existing, almost always uninsulated, piping in order to circulate cold water and thus air condition in summer. Invasive interventions, often overlooked for cost, that do not allow full utilization of the heat pump in summer mode. With WLHP - Water Loop Heat Pump - it is now possible to upgrade a building without intervention on existing piping.

WLHP is a range of compact and efficient water/air heat pump terminals to be installed in any room as a replacement for radiators. The water in the system will be circulated all year round at a neutral temperature (20-30 °C), thus avoiding condensation in summer on uninsulated pipes-it will be WLHP that will bring the water temperature to the optimal level so that each individual room can be heated or cooled.

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Simplicity, flexibility of use, efficiency:

With the WLHP, Water Loop Heat Pump, the building will benefit from heat and cold without any intervention on existing pipes. WLHP water/air heat pumps replace traditional wall radiators easily and operate with a water loop at neutral temperature (20-30 °C) that does not generate condensation on existing pipes.

Advantages of water at neutral temperature:

The main external generator, in combination with the WLHP terminals, must therefore 'simply' maintain the water temperature at a neutral level (20-30 °C) for the whole of the year - therefore minimising consumption levels and greatly increasing efficiency compared to a classic installation where operation must be at 45 °C in winter and 7 °C in summer.


Installation on existing system

Low-temperature water circulation (Heating and cooling function also at the same time)

Total energy recovery (maximum comfort with the lowest consumption)

Improved comfort

Reduction of energy consumption

Reduced payback time


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