Heat Pump and Thermal Batteries

Heat Pumps Perth & Air to Energy Systems

URECO have championed heat pumps / air to energy systems in Perth for over 10 years. Air to Energy systems are growing ever popular as the hot water system of choice when combined with solar power systems.

All our air to energy systems attract a rebate. And when combined with solar power they can be FREE to run. This is where the term Thermal Battery comes from. Thermal meaning Heat, Battery meaning Storage.

The Japanese CO2 heat pumps lead the market here in Perth and Australia. These have many advantages:

  • Longer Warranties
  • The Quietest systems, similar to a household fridge
  • Instantaneous style heating
  • Eco friendly, using naturally occurring CO2 as the refrigerant
  • The most efficient in class, leading to higher rebates
  • The heat pump unit is seperate from the tank offering a range of flexibility

That said, all-in-one systems, where the heat pump is integrated into the tank, are very popular in Perth. You will find that as we are not aligned to just one manufacturer that our advice is independent.

Complete this enquiry form to get a Guide to maximising your savings with this amazing technology. You will also find out how to size your new system and what to look out for in the market.

Why Choose URECO for your new Heat Pump in Perth?

We are fully trained on each heat pump. Our plumbers correctly install the unit to the high standard expected by the manufacturer. We also are approved service agents for most manufacturers here in Perth. When buying the best product on market you want the finishing touches and after-sales service to match!

How does a heat pump work?

 

Heat Pumps rely on the suns energy that is available in the atmosphere 24/7, 365 days a year. No direct sunlight is required!

No roof collector is required with a heat pump. Instead the thermal collector (or evaporator) is present inside the heat pump unit at ground level. A fan draws the solar energy filled air over the evaporator to provide a constant flow of fresh air-sourced energy.

The small amount of electricity a heat pump consumes is similar to that of traditional solar when averaged out over the course of a year.

That is traditional solar requires an electrical element (or gas) to boost in winter. Whereas heat pumps very efficiently use electricity to run a compressor. The compressor excites the refrigerant, loaded with solar energy extracted from the air, so it then transfers the solar energy through a heat exchanger to the stored water.

Heat Pump Principles of operation

Upgrade your hot water system, get a rebate and start saving today

Covering Perth Metro including Mandurah, Joondalup, Mundaring, Armadale, Fremantle
and areas 1.5hrs drive from the Perth CBD.