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ComfortZone RX50

The RX50 is a reliable and easy-to-maintain heat pump intended for houses of approximately 120 – 180 m², with an award-winning interface and stylish design. But not only that; the heat pump gives you by far the lowest total cost compared to other exhaust air heat pumps on the market, has a lower noise level than previous models and is a more environmentally friendly choice.

Living space: 120 – 180 m²
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Durable heat pump with many fine features

All models in our RX series (formerly called EX) have the refrigerant R32, which provides higher efficiency and a lower impact on the environment. Our three different RX models have also achieved a significantly lower noise level than other heat pumps.

The RX50 produces up to 5kW and has a 170 liter water heater.

Extract air heat pump RX50

  • Gives you by far the lowest total cost
  • Low noise level
  • High efficiency
  • More environmentally friendly than previous models

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Unit RX50
Output/Input power at 20(12)/35°C kW 4,8/1,2*
Output/Input power at 20(12)/50°C kW 4,8/1,6*
Electric cartridge, power (kWh) kW 6,0**
Refrigerant R32 kg 1.250
Air flow m³/h 150-240
Flow circulation pump (20 kPa) m³/h 1,6
Hot water temperature (adjustable) °C 50-60
Water volume accumulator tank I 170
Hot water capacity l/h 300 l/h
Voltage V 400 (3-phase+N)
Alternative voltage V 230 (3-phase+N)
Fuse A 16
Height mm 2100
Width mm 600
Depth mm 650
Weight kg 210
Temperature sensor out+in out or in

* The power data at 20(12)/35 °C and 20(12)/50 °C are stated according to European standard EN255 without fans and pumps. Indicated temperatures 20°C indicates the air temperature of indoor air and (12)°C indicates the wet temperature of the air link.

** Supplied with 6 kW electric cartridge. The cartridge is adjustable so that, at the time of installation, it can be adapted to Swedish building regulations for newly built houses.

ATTENTION! When comparing with geothermal heat pumps, the power consumption of the brine pump must be taken into account. Corresponding geothermal heat pump loses up to 10-20% input power and COP through the pump that pumps the refrigerant from the borehole itself 100-150 m up and down. All data is preliminary.