The Rocky Hot Water Heat Pump
Can complement or replace solar.
The Rocky is a hot water heat pump with added benefits. Apart from producing hot water using up to 75% less energy than a traditional immersion, the unit will also de-humidify your bathroom and cool a larder all at the same time. The Hot Water Heat Pump is available in sizes from 90-500L with a solar coil and wall control as standard
Average house can have 55 degrees 24/7 for €150 PA.
The Rocky Hot Water heat pump is ideal for Heating, Cooling and Ventilation All-in-One
The Rocky is a Hot water heat pump with many benefits. Apart from producing hot water using up to 75% less energy than a traditional immersion, the unit will also de-humidify your bathroom and cool a larder all at the same time. The Hot Water Heat Pump is available in sizes from 90-500L with a solar coil and wall control as standard.
- Up to 75% savings compared to immersion
- Solar coil and additional control unit as standard
- Additional coil for heating available.
- Automatically de-humidifies.
- Exhaust can provide cooling
- Timer or constant temperature up to 70 degrees
- Automatic weekly legionella protection
- 3kW backup as standard.
- Stainless steel tank
- 5 Year warranty (domestic installations)
HOW DOES THE HOT WATER HEAT PUMP WORK
It simply replaces your existing immersion tank eliminating any input from your boiler. It produces energy from nature by simply extracting heat from the air and raising it to a temperature suitable to supply hot water. Warm air from your bathroom, kitchen, utility room, etc can be ducted back to the heat pump and used in the heating process. During the energy conversion process cold air is produced. There is an option for this cold air to be vented back into rooms that require cooling. EG: Storage Room, Larder, Fitness Room, etc.
The Rocky Hot Water Heat Pump can be also be connected to solar thermal panels on the roof of your house or business to further increase the efficiency and savings. Unlike a lot of other hot water heating systems, the cost to install a hot water heat pump in a new or old building pays off relatively quickly – in as little as 2-5 years depending on the household usage and water demand and repayments are made by the savings achieved.
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