Adveco HR001 Heat Recovery Unit
The Adveco HR001 is a standalone unit that recovers refrigerant waste heat from appliances such as commercial fridges and freezers, then uses this 'free heat' it to pre-heat incoming mains water to up to 50°C, significantly reducing the heating load of boilers and water heaters.
Designed and developed in-house by Adveco, the HR001 supports commercial organisations which require hot water as a business-critical function and make use of large chiller or refrigeration technology as part of their day to day operations. The HR001 provides a way to reduce power demands and by association, emissions generated from a building while still provisioning business critical hot water with operational cost savings.
Typical use case includes restaurants and large-scale catering facilities (hotels, schools or universities) & retailers holding frozen stock.
The box is supplied pre-packaged, with all components installed and pre-wired within a grey IP55 rated housing (protecting against dust, solid object impact & water) with mounting brackets, making it quick and straightforward to install.
The HR001 connects directly to Adveco’s control panels for seamless integration into a water heating installation.
- Dual Fridge and Freezer Heat Recovery Circuits
- Supply 230V / 1ph / 50Hz
- Capacity 3kW per circuit
- Full Load Current 0.5A
- Fluid 1 Refrigerant R404A
- Fluid 2 Tycofor L
- Safety Valve 6 bar
- Expansion Vessel 2L
- Protection IP55
- Weight 35kg
- Refrigerant Pipe Diameter (in) 1/2"
- Water Pipe Diameter (mm) 15mm
- Dimensions HxWxD (mm) 800 x 600 x 30
Proven, Sustainable, Cost Effective
Deployed HRoo1 appliances run on average six hours per circuit per day, recovering 155 kWh per week of otherwise wasted heat.
Assuming 75% gas and 25% electric split, each unit on average provides more than £400 in annual savings, and can be considerably greater, meaning payback periods can be as little as 3½ years.
The HR001 is industry recognised for its innovation, named finalist in the commercial heating categories in the 2019 HVR Awards and forthcoming 2020 H&VNews Awards...