Did you know that using a heat pump to heat your hot water can save up to 75% off your water heating costs?
If you are concerned about your ever increasing electricity bills, this could be the answer you’re looking for?
A Siddons heat pump hot water heater utilises technology that has been developed for more than 30 years, similar to a refrigerator working in reverse, tailored for the domestic market in Australia.
In addition to saving you money, a Siddons heat pump water heater is so energy efficient, you can reduce your CO2 emissions by around 3 tonnes per year, similar to the emissions of a motor car per year.
Aside from attracting government rebates, Siddons heat pump hot water systems are also easy to install and quiet to run.
Siddons is an Australian owned company.
Good heat pump hot water systems can make hot water when the air temperature is as low as minus 5 degrees C and will work very effectively above 7 degrees C when they do not need to run backwards in de-ice mode for a few minutes occasionally to clear the ice forming on the evaporator fin coils.
A hot water heat pump does not need direct sunlight, just good airflow to extract the heat from the air running across the evaporator fin coils. Heat pump hot water is energy-efficient in all climatic conditions between minus 5 and 45 degrees C, even when it is raining or at night.
A heat pump water heater uses about 1/3 to 1/4 of the power of an electric element water heater gaining approximately 25% more efficiency through shorter run time with every 10 degree rise in the ambient air temperature.