RETRO FIT YOUR EXISTING HOT WATER CYLINDER WITH AN ECONERGY HEATPUMP AND SAVE UP TO 75%!
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Why install an Econergy® Heat Pump Water Heater?
We all like a decent shower or soak in a hot bath…until the power bill arrives. Electric water heating accounts for 34% of household
electricity use… and energy costs continue to rise. Extremely effcient, Econergy® water heaters solve the problem of rising energy costs
by transferring up to 75% of the heating energy from the air.* This is achieved by the application of revolutionary patented technology that
heats the water in a single pass. Econergy® running costs have been independently shown to be amongst the lowest of any system
* HP4000LT, 73.8% annual savings compared with electric hot water cylinder, Zone 5, Project Solar AS/NZS 5125/4234
Econergy® Heat Pump Water Heaters are available in two convenient sizes designed to cover the range of hot water needs of New
Zealand homes. Our Consumer-tested HP4000LT is designed with the larger home in mind and it’s smaller companion the HP3000LT
will naturally suit smaller homes. Each unit has a sealed refrigerant circuit, built-in circulator and is simply connected to an existing
hot water cylinder or Econergy® Heat Pump ready cylinder via insulated water pipes.
The Econergy® heat pump water heater is intelligently controlled via a microprocessor located in the
unit ensuring the most efficient operation under all conditions.
Each Econergy® system is supplied with a simple user interface, with the following features:
• Indicates running status of the heat pump unit.
• Keeps customer informed if the backup element has been energized automatically.
• Allows manual changeover between the heat pump and the electric element.
The Econergy® system can be mounted flexibly to suit the house design and layout. The hot water cylinder may be mounted
internally or externally. The Econergy® heat pump unit may be mounted external to the building envelope, or if integrated, in the
ceiling cavity. Econergy® recommends indoor mounting of hot water cylinders wherever possible to reduce heat losses from the
cylinder and allow proximity to point of use. Outdoor hot water cylinders available on request.