The Danish OEM’s compressors will be able to deliver up to 25MW (7,109TR) heating capacity with temperatures of up to 93°C (199°F).
The Danish manufacturer has been producing natural refrigerant-based heating and cooling systems since 1897.
The ammonia system from Johnson Controls uses lake water as its cold source and will be up to eight times as efficient as conventional cooling systems, according to the utility provider.
A Sabroe ammonia heat pump will boost the district heating capacity at Vattenfall’s Berlin-Buch combined heating and power plant, avoiding 620 metric tons of CO2e a year.
The new 273 S ammonia heat pump can deliver up to 95°C heat with ‘minimal energy needed.’