Electric Heat Pump
The VIC and NSW government are providing large subsidies to swap your old commercial hot water system for a brand new energy-efficient heat pump hot water system to meet renewable energy targets.
START REDUCING YOUR ENERGY USAGE BY UP TO 75%.
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5 YEAR WARRANTY
5 YEAR WARRANTY
5 YEAR WARRANTY
ON WHOLE UNIT
OUR SERVICE AGREEMENT
75% LESS ENERGY
24 HOURS, 7 DAYS A WEEK HOT WATER
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Heat pumps utilise an ingenious technology to efficiently transfer thermal energy directly from the surrounding air and into the water, and so do not rely on direct sun or fossil fuels to provide an energy source.
A heat pump is like an energy multiplier. From 1 kW of power input, it can create over 4 kW’s of output heat2. That’s a performance efficiency of a remarkable 400%. Where as conventional electric storage water heaters can only convert 1 kW of input power into a maximum of 1 kW of output heat.
Did you know?
Water heating accounts for nearly a quarter of the energy use and greenhouse gas emissions in the average Australian home.
Operates as low as 5°C in ECO mode & between -20°C & 45°C with additional E-heat boost
Providing intuitive operation & helpful functions such as temp setting, timer & safety lock
Operating at a very low 48/49 dBA you will hardly know it’s there!
For efficient heat transfer & preventing water contamination
Protecting the condenser from icing for complete peace of mind
4 STEP PROCESS
Assessment for eligibility
One of our energy specialists will be in touch to discuss your eligibility. They will also review current location of your existing hot water system and the proposed new location.
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What are the benefits of Installing a Commercial Electric Heat Pump
A commercial electric heat pump is a heating and cooling system that uses electricity to transfer heat from one place to another. It is an energy-efficient alternative to traditional heating and cooling systems.
A commercial electric heat pump works by transferring heat from the outside air (in the case of an air-source heat pump) or the ground (in the case of a ground-source heat pump) into your building. It then uses electricity to compress the refrigerant and raise its temperature to provide heating or cooling.
- Energy efficiency: Electric heat pumps are one of the most energy-efficient heating and cooling systems available, which can result in significant cost savings over time.
- Environmental friendliness: Electric heat pumps produce fewer greenhouse gas emissions than traditional heating and cooling systems.
- Comfort: Heat pumps provide both heating and cooling, which can help keep your building comfortable year-round.
- Durability: Electric heat pumps are durable and can last longer than traditional heating and cooling systems.
There are two main types of commercial electric heat pumps: air-source heat pumps and ground-source heat pumps. Air-source heat pumps are the most common type and are generally less expensive to install. Ground-source heat pumps are more expensive to install but can be more energy-efficient in some cases.
When choosing a commercial electric heat pump, you should consider factors such as the size of your building, your heating and cooling needs, and your budget. You should also consider the climate in your area and whether an air-source or ground-source heat pump would be more appropriate
The lifespan of a commercial electric heat pump can vary depending on factors such as usage, maintenance, and the quality of the equipment. However, most electric heat pumps are designed to last between 10 and 15 years.
The cost of a commercial electric heat pump can vary depending on factors such as the size of your building, the type of heat pump you choose, and the cost of installation. However, the cost of a commercial electric heat pump can range from several thousand dollars to tens of thousands of dollars.
If you’re interested in installing a commercial electric heat pump, be sure to consult with a qualified professional to determine if this is the right option for your building.