What Is A Heat Pump?
Discover The Best Heat Pump To Suit YOUR Needs.
A heat pump moves heat from one space to another. If you're not familiar with how a heat pump works... well, in fact, you are!
Right now, there are one or more heat pumps in your own home. They go by some very technical names, like refrigerator, freezer, air conditioner.
Think about what they all do. All three products move heat from one space to another. In the case of refrigerators or freezers, they move heat out of the fridge or freezer cabinet, dump it into your kitchen, cooling your food in the process. In the case of the air conditioner, the heat is pumped from inside your home to the outside air, cooling your home. So heat pumps are great at cooling spaces, but they're not just a one-trick pony. They can also heat.
A reverse-cycle air conditioner pumps heat from the outside air into your home in the form of hot air. A heat pump hot water system pumps heat from the outside air (or water, or ground) and uses it to heat water. Very economically. How? Well, a heat pump uses a little energy, to capture a lot of energy. A heat pump using 1kW of electricity could be heating as much water as a 4kW element. Technically, we'd call that a Coefficient of Performance (COP) of 4. Financially, we'd call it a saving of 75%! Yes, heat pump hot water systems can save you a lot of money- and reduce your carbon footprint.
Domestic Heat Pump Hot Water Systems
Traditionally, we've usually used gas or electricity to heat our hot water. With the price of both fuels increasing dramatically over recent years, the efficiency of heat pumps is being used more and more to produce hot water for homes. There are many brands on the market. We choose the very best. Bosch and Stiebel Eltron from Germany, and Sanden from Japan.
Bosch S3000 heat pump
Stiebel Eltron heat pump
Sanden Eco heat pump
Domestic Swimming Pool & Spa Heat Pumps
You love your swimming pool, and you want to extend your swimming season as long as possible.
Unfortunately, those horrid energy bills you receive encourage you to shorten your swimming season. Whether your pool heater is fueled by gas or electricity, you've seen your bills just grow and grow over recent years. The same goes for your spa.
Wouldn't it be nice if you could slash the cost of energy for your pool and spa? Wouldn't it be great to add months of swimming for you and your family. You can!
SmartHeat pool and spa heat pumps can slash your pool heating cost by more than 70%.
SmartHeat Domestic Pool Heat Pump
SmartHeat Domestic Spa Pool Heat Pump.
Commercial Swimming Pool Heat Pump Hot Water Systems and Dehumidifiers.
SmartHeat is proud to have provided pool heating and hot water heat pump systems to numerous Aquatic Centres, including at...
No matter the size of the pool, you can choose a SmartHeat Heat Pump to do the job, from 26kW to 220kW.
V Style Commercial Pool Heat Pump
SmartHeat Pool Dehumidifier
SmartHeat Hydronic Heating-Cooling and Hot Water Heat Pumps
When hydronic heating and cooling systems are being used, and/or large quantities of hot water are required, SmartHeat heat pumps are the answer.
- If your requirements are for hydronic heating, and/or domestic 50C hot water, we've a range of heat pumps from 5.1kW to 13.5kW. Single phase power.
- If your needs are greater, and you still only need 50C hot water, then our 3-phase range offers units from 13.5kW to 25.5kW.
- If you require hydronic heating, but require commercial temperature hot water-80C- we offer the Polaris High Temperature heat pump. Models from 13.2kW to 60.1kW, with 3-phase power.
- If you in a low temperature area, choose the Polaris Low Temperature Range. All 4 models, from 9.9kW to 34kW, can operate in temperatures as low as minus 25C. Single and 3-phase power.
Whatever your hydronic heating/cooling and hot water needs are, there's a SmartHeat Heat Pump to do the job.
Hydronic + 50C Hot Water
Hydronic+50C Hot water. 3-Phase.
Hydronic+80C Hot water. 3-Phase.
Works Down To -25C
Would you like more information on heat pumps? You can call our Sydney Office on 1300 186 667, our Canberra Office on 1300 732 807, use the email addresses below, or use our Contact Form. Your comfort is our concern.