Samsung Introduces New DVM High And Low Temperature Hydro Modules
Samsung introduces the new indoor Low-temperature (LT) and High-temperature (HT) Hydro units, to provide energy-efficiency and performance to building solutions.
The DVM Hydro unit combines air and water for heating and cooling as well as providing an integrated control system. The product is designed to be an all-in-one solution, which is easy to install, control, and saves on space. The unit is also built with Anti-bacteria and Pipe Anti-freezing operations to ensure that it is reliable and continues to be efficient.
Both LT and HT units have been built so that they are compatible with DVM S, DVM S Eco and the new DVM S Water (geothermal) VRF. Therefore, a complete Samsung AC system can be created with simultaneous heating and cooling, all without compromising comfort and efficiency.
The LT Hydro units are currently available in 16kW, 31kW and 50kW and can produce hot water up to 50°C and cooler water down to 6°C. DVM Hydro LT fits best to large projects where it can be used to control heat output from radiators and under-floor heating continuously.
The DVM S Hydro HT units are currently available in 16kW and 25kW and can heat water up to 80°C! This product is the perfect solution for a large or older building that requires high temperature heating. For hotels, this product has worked as the ideal solution and negates the need for an additional boiler system.
Samsung’s innovation in engineering and design allow for both DVM S Hydro LT and HT units to be efficient and reliable for customers during all seasons of the year. Samsung’s DVM S Hydro units are reliable and built to last as well as maintaining its high-energy efficiency, comfort, and reliability.
*All functionality features, specifications, and other product information provided in this document including, but not limited to, the benefits, design, pricing, components, performance, availability, and capabilities of the product are subject to change without notice or obligation.
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