Sanyo Gas Fired Heat Pump – Technical Servicing

A gas-fuelled engine drives the compressor that is at the heart of the Sanyo Gas Fired Heat Pump air conditioner (GHP) system.

The use of a Sanyo gas heat pump offers several advantages:

  • Because there is no defrost operation, stable heating is possible even when external temperatures are low
  • Since electric power consumption is relatively low, as shown below (*when heating with 50 Hz power source), special high capacity electric power connections are not required.
    * Types 70, 90 : 0.70kw (approx.)
    * Types 120, 150, 190 :1.15kw (approx.)

However, just like a car engine, periodic inspections by a specialist engineer are required to ensure trouble free operation of the system.

Since periodic inspections are necessary to ensure long-term trouble free use of the Sanyo gas fired heat pump system after the warranty term ends, Loop Air Conditioning are able to prepare and carry out the work required at the 5 year/10,000 hour service interval and the 10 year/20,000 hour service interval.

The major engine service includes amongst other things:-

Oil change, air filter change, valve check/adjustment, start-up check, engine coolant condition check/replacement, drain filter, inspection of fuel system and check of safety devices, spark plug check/replacement,  compressor drive belts and refrigerant circuit checks as well as the collection of operation data.

To make sure all periodic inspections are performed and your equipment is kept well maintained, contact Loop Air Conditioning to arrange an inspection of your Sanyo Gas Fired Heat Pump 

 

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