The Sanden system is the most energy efficient hot water heat pump currently available on the market. As such, when you buy a Sanden system, you receive the highest amount of Small-scale Technology Certificates (STC’s) of any currently available hot water heat pump system. These STC’s can be used to discount your purchase prices.
The Sanden system is the most energy efficient hot water heat pump currently available on the market due to these key features, the use of this natural environmental friendly CO2 refrigerant produces more heat under compression, therefore, giving you more heat than any other system, variable speed key components like the compressor, the condenser fan and the circulation pump ensure the unit is always working at its optimum efficiency, whatever the outside temperature or inlet water temperature. This design gives it a major point of difference form anything else on the market today.
In Australia we pay more for electricity than most places in the developed world, and it’s no wonder. With the recent introduction of the carbon tax, combined with the building of new electricity infrastructure, many commentators suggest that this could result in soaring electricity costs for consumers.
Because traditional hot water systems contribute to a significant portion of a household’s energy costs, taking control of the situation starts with seeking the most efficient hot water system on the market.
A Sanden Hot Water Heat Pump uses industry-leading technology found in refrigeration and air conditioning units, where energy is drawn in from the ambient atmosphere and transferred into heat. An Ozone friendly refrigerant CO2 (R744) absorbs the heat, which then flows into a compressor where it’s converted into a high-temperature gas. Then, it passes through a condenser within the water tank and the water is heated up. No backup elements are required.
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