Daikin Altherma 3 R W
Air-to-water low-temperature heat pump setWhat’s included?
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What's included in this set?
Compact size can be installed even in cupboards
Selected for the best output based on the needs of your home
Domestic hot water tank (optional)
Available from 150 to 300 L to suit any home
Thermal store (optional)
Maximises energy usage and connects to additional heat sources
Always in control, wherever you are
- heating and cooling
- Dimensions (hxwxd)
- 840x440x390 mm
- Sound pressure (outdoor unit)
- 44 dBA - 50 dBA
- Energy label heating
- up to A+++
- Domestic hot water temperature
- up to 60 °C
- down to -25 °C
Designed to integrate with your home
The Daikin Altherma 3 R W heat pump can connect to a variety of heating and cooling emitters including underfloor heating, low-temperature radiators and heat pump convectors
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You can get advice on which type of heat pump is best suited to your home from a Daikin installer, one of our Sustainable Home Centres or using our Heat Pump Calculator.
Most heat pumps usually come with an indoor and an outdoor unit. Each unit produces sound when in operation, this sound is generally measured in dBA and these levels range from a scale of 0 dBA to 140 dBA.
When looking at sound levels you will also see specifications given for sound power level and sound pressure level.
Sound power level is the sound level measured directly at the source.
Sound pressure level is the sound level measured at a specified distance (usually 1.5 - 2 metres) from the source.
The indoor units of Daikin heat pumps generally produce a sound pressure level of about 30dBA, which is comparable to the sound of a person whispering.
Outdoor units, since they come in a bigger variety of sizes, range in sound pressure levels between 40dBA and 62 dBA, which are comparable to the sounds of birds a chirping and people having a conversation respectively.
The price of installing a heat pump varies depending on the type of heat pump you choose and the country you live in.
Other factors that can affect the price are renovation or additional building works (such as insulation) that need to carried out, plus your installer. Different installers will have different prices according to their expertise and experience.
We advice you to consult your chosen Daikin installer, or your government's website, for more information. Find out more about the different incentives on offer, and how to make your eco-friendly home even more affordable.
Heat pumps are not very demanding. We advise scheduling an annual maintenance appointment with your installer or service provider to make sure your pump keeps working as efficiently as possible. A typical service would include a number of standard checks, as well as a thorough cleaning of the unit and filters.
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