Raypak R445ti | Compact Series
The Raypak R445ti is a top choice for efficiency and power, with analog controls for straightforward use. At 80,000 BTUs, this pool heat pump is designed for mid-sized and large pools. It achieves top-ranking efficiency with large air coils, Venturi fan cowling, and a spiral titanium heat exchanger that resists all corrosion. For further durability, the unit is encased in a DuraSteel powder-coated cabinet. To reduce the overall noise, the scroll compressor and sound isolation pads minimize and absorb sound transfer between the unit’s components, also improving the unit’s reliability by improving drainage.
AHRI Standard Rating Conditions. Air Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration Institute.
80°F/ 80°F/ 80%
Used as the basis of comparison for performance characteristics.
This institute operates to standardize the testing and performance data for all heat pumps. Seer Ratings and Performance data must be factual, accurate and verified.
80°F / 80°F / 63 %
BTU: British thermal unit. A BTU is the measured amount of heat output the unit will produce. The BTU output will vary with the ambient air temperature and humidity levels.
COP Coefficient of Performance = KW out/KW in; KW in = KW out/ COP.
The higher the number, the less electricity used. The coefficient of performance of a heat pump is the measured ratio of kilowatt usage compared to the kilowatt output. The greatest value a heat pump provides a pool owner is to deliver a warm pool or hot spa at the lowest possible cost of operation.
Heat pumps are available in single or three phase units.
A Three-Phase or Multi-Phase heat pump has 2 or more speeds with a high and low setting.
A single-phase heat pump has one setting for cooling and heating. Single phase heat pumps cycle air at one speed and may take longer to heat depending on the temperature.
Two (2) years labor, Seven (7) years parts with no labor coverage in the third through seventh years. The titanium tube component of the titanium heat exchanger is warranted for ten (10) years from the *Effective Date, with no labor coverage in the third through tenth years.
*Effective date: The Effective Date of this Limited Warranty is the date of original installation if properly documented; if you are not able to provide documentary proof of the date of original installation, the Effective Date will be the date of manufacture plus 30 days.
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