Heat Pump

What is heat pump?

A heat pump is a system that efficiently uses renewable energy to heat water without using the electricity. The hot water heat pump is like a reverse refrigerator that uses the air outside the unit to heat the water stored inside the unit using a heat exchange system. These systems are energy efficient and can save you good amount of money to help you achieve your saving goals.

How does it work?
A Simple Four-Step-Cycle:

 

Extracts heat from the air outside
Converts the air to gas
Water Heating
End Result
A fan extracts heat energy from the air outside the unit, across the evaporator
The evaporator then converts the liquid refrigerant into hot gas
The hot gas produced helps to heat the water inside the unit using the condenser coil
Hot water is produced, and you end up saving up to 80% on your energy consumption attributed to your hot water usage

Where can you place Heat Pump Water Heaters?

 

Heat Pump Water Heaters required plenty of fresh air from outside and it advisable to install them in the areas located outside your house. However, some models can also be placed in the garage while some heat pumps can extract air from the ceiling spaces.

How much does it cost?

 

When purchased from the market, heat pump hot water systems can range in price up to $5000 fully installed. However, we are offering a free* installation of the hot water systems along with handsome warranty.

Why is it free?

 

A combination of three Government scheme does the magic! It takes two Victorian State Government’s initiatives and one Federal Government initiative to make you eligible for a free installation!
  • VEU Scheme (Victorian Energy Efficiency Certificate)
  • STC Scheme (Small Scale Technology Certificates) 
  • SHP Scheme (Solar Home Program) 

You can check your eligibility here:

 

  • Are you the owner-occupier of the property?
  • Do all the owners have a combined household taxable income of less than $180,000 per annum (based on their Australian Tax Office Notice of Assessment for the last two years)?
  • Is it an existing property, valued at under $3 million?
  • Is your hot water system that needs to be replaced is at least three years old from the date of purchase?
  • Have you received a solar PV rebate or a battery rebate under the Solar Homes program? 
  • Is your property newly built?
  • Is your solar (or heat pump) hot water system on the Solar Homes program approved products list

For more information please visit: https://www.energy.gov.au/rebates/solar-and-heat-pump-hot-water-system-rebate


Brand:

Eco-Alliance Split System Heat Pump System
Specifications

Refrigerant Type 

R410a

Mass Volume 

900 grams

Running ambient air temperature

-7◦ C/ +40◦ C

Setting Outlet water temp

35~60°C (1°C step) *1 

Product weight

30kg 

Thermal capacity

3.6kw *2 

Average input power

0.85kw *2

COP

4.23 *2

Max power input

1.25kw

Circuit Breaker Size

5.43

Design Pressure (High/Low)

4.4/0.6MPa

Protection Raining Class

IPX4

Rated Pressure

500kPa

Water Tank Size

Mldel No.

ECO- 155 LE 

ECO-260 LE

A (Height)

1700

1760

B (Hot Water)

1455

1430

C (Cold Water Inlet)

255

230

D (Diameter)

Փ470

Փ560

E (Heat Pump Flow)

255

230

F (Heat Pump Return)

555

530

G (Sensor Port)

800

800

H (PTR Valve)

1455

1430

Disclaimer: Auspro Group aggregates rebates under Eco Light up and/or EVEEC accreditation.