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Electric - You will get a 100 percent Government discount (Spend $0 on establishment work and 215L System).
Any non-electric (gas, sun based and so forth) - You will get a half Government refund.
No current unit (new house) - you will contact Auzbright to check your eligibility!
Save $100's on each Power Bill and Upgrade to an Energy Efficient Hot Water System for FREE
Saves money in the long term
Fewer greenhouse gas emissions than a conventional water heating system
Effective in lower temperatures
No need for solar panels, inverters, and batteries
Easy to install and connect to your hot water plumbing
Make sure to maintain your heat pump hot water system on a regular basis to save money on maintenance and energy costs. To further reduce your water heating costs, you can also attempt several energy-saving techniques.
For companies who want to maximise the use of their solar electricity, heat pump hot water systems are a wonderful value. There is more value in using your solar energy locally rather than exporting it to the grid now that feed-in tariffs are less expensive. To do this, a significant energy consumer, such water heating, can be switched to solar generation hours using a heat pump or a conventional resistive hot water system.
A refrigeration cycle is used by heat pump hot water systems to draw heat from the surrounding air. The water is then heated in an insulated storage cylinder using a heat exchanger. Usually, these systems consume between 60 and 75 percent less electricity than a normal electric hot water system. This is so that the heat pump can operate instead of directly heating the water with an element. When used on a heating cycle, these systems function similarly to reverse-cycle air conditioners, heating water inside your buildings instead of the air.
Because the heat in the air ultimately comes from the sun, a heat-pump hot water system can be viewed as a particular kind of solar water heater. Heat-pump systems do not have an electric or gas boosting system, in contrast to solar hot water systems. However, when they are heating water, they do use electricity to run the compressor and evaporative fan.
A fan attracts air, containing heat energy, across the evaporator.
The evaporator transforms the fluid refrigerant into a gas, The blower compresses the refrigerant into a hot gas.
The hot gas inside the condenser loop warms the water inside the curl wrapped tank.
The refrigerant returns to a fluid subsequent to warming the water and proceeds to the evaporator for the cycle to begin once more.