The introduction of the F-gas regulation in 2015 aims on reducing global warming. As a consequence, the use and production quotas of high GWP refrigerants is drastically dropping, which means that they become more difficult and more expensive to source. The e-Baltic uses R32, which is a refrigerant that has a low GWP, that therefore remains available and affordable. Its low GWP enables a decrease of the Carbon Dioxide equivalent while the brand new design of the e-Baltic enables a reduced refrigerant charge, both leading to a possible tax reduction of 75%.
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Designed with highly innovative components, the e-Baltic meets the 2021 EcoDesign seasonal efficiency requirements and ensure optimized energy consumption. On top, the e-Baltic’s features enable the unit to adjust its power and airflow according to real climatic conditions; and thus generate significant energy savings.
Connectivity is available on the e-Baltic to ensure optimal performances. The e-Baltic metrics are accessible 24/7. This remote access to the machine enables its permanent monitoring and thus offers improved responsiveness. This constant overview of the e-Baltic allows to predict maintenance operations, or even implement maintenance routines, which leads to time, resources as well as money savings.
FIRST R32 ROOFTOP
The e-Baltic is the first rooftop on the market offering an alternative to R410A (GWP 2088). The R32 has a lower GWP (677) and is less impacted by the F-gas regulation restrictions.
AND PRECISE TEMPERATURE
Besides low electricity consumption, the EC motor fans ensure a precise temperature for better comfort and energy savings by adapting their speed to the needs.
-30% refrigerant charge thanks to the new generation of heat exchangers combined with a brand new piping design.
Connectivity gives the opportunity to implement permanent monitoring of the unit and therefore forecast its operating maintenance and ultimately optimize its performance.
The direct drive between the fan and the motor increases efficiency of the fan-motor, also leading to less maintenance operations.
The airfoil blades design, based on aerodynamic, also helps reach efficiency, while offering a lower sound level.
The e-Baltic is autonomously preventing any refrigerant leak to set security as its maximum.
The replacement of existing units is made easier:
the e-Baltic’s footprint enables to fulfill the existing roofcurb.