Our electricity bills are getting higher and higher. Given the large
contribution of traditional electric hot water systems to home energy costs,
significant savings can be made by using more efficient hot water systems.
Save energy with CO2 heat pump hot water systems
Recovering energy CO2 heat pump hot water systems use leading technology
to absorb energy from the ambient atmosphere and convert it into heat. The
ozone-friendly refrigerant (CO2) absorbs heat and flows into the compressor,
where it is converted into a hot gas. It then passes through a condenser inside
a water heat exchanger, where the water is heated and stored in a hot water
tank for later use. No need for a backup booster.
This means that regenerative CO2 heat pump hot water systems require less
electricity to heat water than conventional hot water systems. In fact, the
system will save up to 80%* of hot water energy costs year after year.
The average COP of a recovered energy CO2 heat pump hot water system is
5, which means that for a 1 kW electrical input, it produces approximately 5 kW
of heat output. This reduces energy by approximately 80% compared to
conventional electric-element hot water systems, where 1 kW of electricity
produces 1 kW of heat output. Case study page comparing recovery systems to
other hot water technology solutions from a cost and performance perspective.
With electricity prices rising year by year, CO2 heat pump hot water
systems are the best, most economical and sustainable option.
1. Environmentally friendly
As an eco-friendly product, the Energy Recovery CO2 Heat Pump Hot Water
System is an affordable system that ranks alongside solar energy in terms of
environmental protection. As such, it is eligible for rebates and other
government incentives for providing the highest level Small Technical
Certificate (STC) of any hot water heat pump system. These rebates save you
even more right from the start.
2. Easy installation
Much like traditional hot water systems, CO2 heat pump hot water systems
are easy to install and have flexible tank configurations with stainless steel
and glass-lined options. CO2 heat pump and stainless steel or enamel enamel
storage tank can be placed 10 meters horizontally or 5 meters vertically. The
system is suitable for all conditions and climate change in Australia.
Installation requires a licensed plumber and electrician, and no refrigeration
technician is required.
3. Quiet operation
The CO2 heat pump operates at a whisper quiet level - 37dB, making it
the quietest hot water heat pump system on the market.
Need to learn more about how energy recovery CO2 heat pump hot water
systems can work for you.