This solar water heater is a great replacement for an existing one since it can typically be built in the same spot as an outdoor electric water heater and linked to the existing plumbing and electrical connections.
With the help of effective heat pump technology, the air around you can be used as a source of energy rather than roof-mounted collectors. The sealed system’s refrigerant is transformed into a gas using ambient heat.
After that, the gas is compressed to produce even more heat, which warms the water in the tank. Also, this procedure can operate year-round, day or night, in both sunshine and rain.
To ensure a prompt and effective supply of hot water when you may need it most, it is also outfitted with an electric booster that can only be used in extremely cold temperatures. The sacrificial anode further safeguards the ceramic-lined tank.
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Since 1953, Solahart has been the top solar brand in Australia. They’ve installed over a million solar systems over nearly 70 years in business and earned a reputation for unrivalled quality and dependability.
For locations where a conventional solar water heater may not be feasible, such as an application with a shaded north-facing roof, the Solahart Hot water system and heater offer a smart, energy-efficient substitute.
With solar electricity, solar hot water, heat pumps, battery storage, and Australia’s first solar-smart electric water heater, Solahart provides a comprehensive green energy solution. No matter where you reside, there is a model that will work for you. You’ll benefit from significant energy bill savings and contribute to environmental protection.
You will be joining hundreds of thousands of satisfied customers when you purchase your Solahart solar hot water system and heaters, as they are reliable and frequently achieve Energy Star ratings for the climate in Australia.
One of the finest things you can do to reduce your energy use is to switch to a Solahart hot water system and heaters.
Solar water heater installation must take into account several variables. It is best to contact our qualified solar hot water systems experts to install your system because of the solar resource, the environment, the local building code requirements, and safety concerns.