Making savings possible out of thin air. Channelize the free energy from our plentiful air to warm your water. Renewable energy water heating technology like heat pump uses up to 70% less energy than other traditional water heaters.
In fact, you probably already have two heat pumps in your house. your air conditioner and your refrigerator. These work the Inverse way as a hot water heat pump. The hot water system concentrates ambient heat from the surrounding air, then send (“pump”) that heat into the water in their storage tank. Since this process merely concentrates existing heat instead of having to create more, heat pumps reduce annual hot water energy requirements by 50-80% compared to electric-resistive home systems.
How it works
This is a split unit. You get a standalone tank and a separate compressor next to it.
Advantages of a Modern Heat Pump
Our heat pump device can hold your desired temperature setting without using excess power. Making this a Hassle free process for you.
Upgraded energy efficiency
High-efficient heat pumps may help you save more on your bills. Our heat pump is user friendly + pocket friendly as you will not have a lot of funds allocated for its maintenance. This unit gives efficient heating by alternating between gas and electricity based on your desires.
- Works when cloudy; Works in low temperatures; Works at night; Can be used in apartments or where there is no suitable roof
space; no risk of hail or frost damage.
- Heat pumps are much safer than systems that are based on combustion.
- They are cheaper to run than oil and gas boilers.
- The system reduces your carbon emissions, and it has an efficient conversion rate of energy to heat.
- Less maintenance than combustion heating systems.
- They have a very long lifespan of up to 50 years. As a result, they are extremely reliable and a steady source of Hot Water.
- Heat pump systems have a high start-up cost. (But due to government incentives there won’t be any cost for you)
- A little noisy when the pump is operating
- Electricity is required to run the heat pumps, which means that they will never be entirely carbon neutral.