Chromagen heat pump installation Sydney.
** Save money when you take advantage of the generous Government rebates available when you purchase a Chromagen heat pump **
Chromagen heat pumps harvest free energy from the surrounding air to heat your hot water. Using this renewable resource uses up to 65% less energy to heat your hot water than conventional water heaters, thereby reducing your bills and carbon emissions.
Chromagen heat pumps use smart technology to efficiently transfer thermal energy directly from the surrounding air into the water. That means the heat pump doesn’t have to rely on direct sunlight or fossil fuels to provide the energy source. From 1kW of power input, the Chromagen heat pump creates over 4kW of output heat. That is a power efficiency of 400%!! In comparison, conventional electric hot water systems can only convert 1kW of input power into a maximum of 1kW of output heat.
We can quickly replace your existing hot water system with a new Chromagen heat pump
The installation of a Chromagen heat pump is a great way to make substantial savings on your hot water heating costs.
Our hot water specialists can quickly replace your old electric or gas hot water system with a new Chromagen heat pump so you can start enjoying cheaper electricity or gas bills whilst doing your part to reduce your carbon footprint for a greener future.
Best of all, when you take advantage of the generous Government rebates currently available, you can potentially save thousands on the supply and installation cost of your new Chromagen heat pump. Contact us for more information.
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DID YOU KNOW? Switching from electric or gas hot water can reduce your CO2 emissions by over 4 tonnes per year, saving up to $930 per year on your energy bills*.
How Chromagen heat pumps work
Ever wondered how a Chromagen heat pumps works and why they’re so energy efficient? It’s quite simple really…
- A fan draws in air that contains heat energy across the heat pump’s evaporator.
- The heat pump evaporator turns the liquid refrigerant into gas.
- The compressor pressurises the refrigerant into a hot gas.
- The hot gas inside the condenser coil heats the water inside the coil-wrapped tank.
- The refrigerant reverts back to a liquid after heating the water and continues to the evaporator for the process to start again.