Thursday, July 12, 2012

HOT WATER


Hot water is supplied to the house from an external heat pump, which is strapped to the structure for stability, to meet NZ seismic requirements.   The STIEBEL ELTRON WWK 300A Heat Pump works through utilising the ambient air temperature (thermal energy) and converting this to usable energy to create hot water. A heat pump essentially works in a similar way to a refrigerator, only in reverse. The only primary
energy used in this process to heat water, is to run the compressor and fan. The advantages of this technology is in the benefit of being able to generate up to a 68% hot water energy use saving when compared to an electric storage hot water system.




11 comments:

beela jhones said...

Very informative post. Please add some more details of this heat Pump. The given information is not enough.

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Brielle Franklin said...

Very informative post. I found the pictures very useful. I agree with the post above that there is not a lot of information on the heater itself. I have just gotten my ambler heat pump installation and I absolutely love it.

Ershad Ali said...

Boiling Billy applies the Venturi Principle of water pressure. There aren't any moving parts so it's maintenance free. It's our way of harnessing nature's technology. When there aren't any pumps, solenoid valves or electronic taps, there are fewer breakdowns and, importantly, less energy is consumed.
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Ciao interior said...

I have seen this wonderful designs, these are perfect suggestion for designing our home. I am really pleased to see these pictures that you have shared with us.

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laura smith said...

hi there I have this system fitted to our three year old house and there is a constant flow of water into tundish can't stop flow unless I turn off main any advise is greatly appreciated. Thanks
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Ring Hot Water said...

Hi! We specialize in drinking filtered water. We also repair and install ovens and water heaters,
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Mark Cuban said...

It seems like a good technology to heat the water, which is also energy efficient.

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Markusriva said...

Thanks for such an awesome post! I would think that heating water at point of use would be more environmentally friendly than water heaters with or without electrical storage capacity.

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