Reclaim Energy CO2 Heat Pump
A Reclaim Energy CO2 Heat Pump Hot Water System uses less energy when compared to conventional electric and gas water heaters and generates a higher thermal output for a given energy input. Take advantage of massive savings on your future energy bills and contribute to a cleaner world.
- Reduce energy costs and create environmentally friendly hot water all year round
- 80% energy savings – up to 5 times more efficient than conventional water heaters
- Australian designed for Australian conditions
- Custom system that can be programmed to meet family needs and changing seasons
- Built-in frost, freeze, and legionella control
- Whisper quiet level – 37dB, making it the quietest hot water heat pump system on the market.
- 6 year warranty on the heat pump
- 7 year warranty on tanks
As an environmentally advanced product the Reclaim Energy CO2 Heat Pump Hot Water System is an affordable system that is ranked alongside solar energy in terms of environmental friendliness. As such it is eligible for rebates and other government incentives, offering the highest level of Small-scale Technology Certificates (STCs) of any hot water heat pump system. These rebates save you even more from the outset.
How a Reclaim Energy Heat Pump works
A Reclaim Energy CO2 Heat Pump Hot Water System uses leading technology to draw energy in from the ambient atmosphere and transfer it into heat. Ozone friendly refrigerant (CO2) absorbs the heat, which then flows into a compressor, where it’s converted into a high temperature gas. It then passes through a condenser within the water heat exchanger and the water is heated and then stored in the hot water tank for later use. No backup booster is required.
This means the Reclaim Energy CO2 Heat Pump Hot Water System requires much less electricity to heat water when compared to conventional hot water systems. In fact, the system will save up to 80%* of hot water energy costs, year after year.
A Reclaim Energy CO2 Heat Pump Hot Water System has an average COP of 5 which means that for 1 kW of electric input, it generates about 5 kW thermal output. This is about 80% less energy when compared to traditional electric element hot water systems, where 1 kW of electricity generates 1 kW of thermal output. A comparison is given on a case study page for a Reclaim system versus other hot water technology solutions from a cost and performance perspective.
As electricity prices continue to rise year on year, a Reclaim Energy CO2 Heat Pump Hot Water System becomes the best, most financially sustainable option available.
Water Storage Tanks
The Reclaim Energy CO2 Heat Pump Hot Water System caters for all Australian conditions with Stainless Steel and Glass Lined Enamel storage tanks available.
- Available in two variations – Tall and Squat
- Suitable for all non-high mineral, or bore water applications
Glass lined enamel
- Suitable for all water types, including high mineral and bore water
- Enamel coated, so no matter where you live it will suit your needs
|Heat output at 32.6°C ambient / 21.1°C cold water inlet
|Electric input at 32.6°C ambient / 21.1°C cold water inlet
|COP at 32.6°C ambient / 21.1°C cold water inlet
|Power input (MAX)
|Current input (MAX)
|Circuit breaker size
|Standby power consumption
|240V/50 Hz (single phase)
|Heat pump refrigerant
|Heat pump hot water delivery temperature
|Range of operating Ambient temperature
|-10 to 43
|Heat pump unit weight
|Heat pump location
|Dimention (H x W x D)
|675 x 825 x 300
|Water port connections (Inlet / Outlet)
|1/2” BSP, 12.7mm
|Built-in freeze and frost control °C
|Variable. Depends on the relative humidity, water, & ambient temperature (i.e. about 2°C water temperature & 5°C ambient temperature)
|Controller power supply voltage and frequency
|240/50 (single phase)
|Signal from the controller to heat pump
|Mounted on wall or tank
|Heat pump on / off temperature (based on the thermistor on the tank)
|Daily Self-Legionella control
|60°C at 45% level on tank
|Operational mode (selectable by the end user)
Option 1: 24hours – continuous
|5 available options *
|Option 2: 9hours (off-peak mode 1: 10pm – 7am)
|*A quick boost button runs the heat pump for a maximum of 6 hours to provide quick hot water delivery
|Option 3: 6hours (off-peak mode 2: 12am – 6am)
|Option 4: 6 hours (10am – 4pm)
|Option 5: Timer (two-zones)