No. of Heat Pumps
Mobile Backup EBox
HPM70 FOR EIB20 M560/S560
|Installation||in a 20”||HQ container|
|Inlet B0°C/ Outlet W35°C||Cooling Capacity||kW||55.6|
|Inlet B0°C/ Outlet W55°C||Cooling Capacity||kW||48.6|
|Refrigerant information||GWP 3|
Communication with SCADA
|Brine, temp. (max/min)||°C||+5/-5|
|Heat, temp. max (max/min)||°C||+60/+30|
|Brine, temperature drop||K||3|
|Heat, temperature rise||K||10|
|Brine system, |
PS (nominal pressure)
|Heat system, |
PS (nominal pressure)
|Electrical connection||V||400; 50 Hz|
|Max. current (consumption)||A||62,1|
|Max. electrical effect (consumption)||kW||28,3|
|short circuit fuse||A||80|
EIB20P 280, EIB20P 420 & EIB20P 560
Our EIB20P-560/420/280 products are built with modular heat pumps that are easily exchangeable to secure efficient maintenance and service by setting Life Cycle Cost (LCC) and Mean Time to Repair (MTTR) in focus.
TheMegaWattSolutions (MWS) Heat Pump Modules (EIB20P-560/420/280) enable an incremental configuration with 4, 6 or 8 modules of a 70kW R290 HP packaged as EIB20P-280, EIB20P-420 and EIB20P-560 packages respectively along with an EBoxEIB20A-102 for hot water production and control feature integrations to control and monitor different operational modes.
The MWS heat pump technology is specially developed for applications that consider:
- special requirements for reliable thermal energy supply;
- high grade of serviceability as well as for maintaining cost efficiency;
- power density to achieve sustainable and environmentally friendly energy supply.
Each HPM70 has its own supervision, control and management with an electronic module for monitoring temperatures, pressures, and electric power consumption thereby ensuring a secure and efficient operation.
Each HPM70 (Heat Pump Module 70 kW) in a EIB20P-560/420/280 communicates with the Digital Control Module both with Modbus and directly with potential free contacts for increased security.
TheMWS Heat Pump Modules use the R290 refrigerant as a sustainable and environmentally friendly alternative. Its GWP factor is close to 3 and its environmental life cycle cost is significantly lower than other common refrigerants such as R407C. The vapor compressor technology is chosen for long life and serviceability with replaceable components with a flat efficiency curve versus operating temperature ranges.
DOMESTIC HOT WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM (DHWDS)
The hot water is generated in the EIB20A-102 box using the Fresh Water Station (FWS). The inbuilt circulation pump circulates stored heated water between the FWS and the accumulator tanks. A separate inbuilt pump circulates DHW between FWS and the buildings through DN54 connection. Accumulator tanks are installed in EIB20A-102 to enhance the efficiency and performance of the system.
ELECTRICAL POWER SYSTEM (EPS)
EPS has functions for:
- Connection of incoming power
- Main switch and fuses
- Power distribution to HPM70 with separate fuses and breakers
- Power distribution to valves, circulation pumps and sensors / actuators
- Power distribution to DCM including I/O and incoming user interfaces
HEATING DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM (HDS)
The heat distribution system connects to DN150 connection flange on EIB20P. The circulation pump for the heated water is inbuilt in the EIB20P. The available pressure for external installation is 130 KPa. The pump is managed by the DCM that also monitors the temperature.
BRINE COLLECTOR SYSTEM (BCS)
The brine system connects to the DN200 connection flange on EIB20P. The brine circulation pump is inbuilt in the EIB20P. The available pressure for external installation is 230 KPa.
The circulation pump is managed by the DCM that also monitors the temperature. The brine solution should be a mixture of water and 28% alcohol for antifreeze.
*The data shall be used only as example of the specified configuration.
*Any changes will require changes to the specified parameters.