Hot Water Heat Pumps

Different uses

Hot water Heat Pumps are used in so many ways

  • Swimming Pool and Spa heating
  • Underfloor Heating
  • Domestic Hot Water
  • Commercial Hot Water
  • Indoor Pool Ventilation
  • Water Chillers

We work with our clients to work out the best option for them.

How does a hot water heat pump work?

A Heat Pump is like a fridge working in reverse, using free heat extracted from the ambient air and then efficiently transferring it to the water. Because the electrical input does not generate heat but just moves the free heat to the water, they are incredibly energy efficient

Features & Benefits:

  • Low running costs. Low maintenance.
  • Energy Efficient
  • Environmentally Friendly
  • Packaged unit only requiring water connections.
  • Ideal for Underfloor Heating as well and Pools.
  • Consistent performance year round


Mitsubishi Electric Hot Water Heat Pumps are one of the most efficient ways to heat hot water all year round.Hot water heat pump

 A highly efficient inverter system utilising an environmentally friendly refrigerant allows the system to continue providing heat even with outdoor temperatures as low as -25°C.

According to EECA, hot water usage accounts for up to 30% of a home’s annual power bill. Hot Water Heat Pumps can provide energy efficient solutions for all applications where water is required to be heated or cooled.


When it comes to comparing Hot Water Heating solutions, there are significant advantages in using Heat Pump transfer technology. Heat Pumps have been endorsed as one of the most effective forms of heating by Government agencies and consumer advocacy groups alike. Here are some of the reasons why Hot Water Heat Pumps are ideal for swimming pool heating, underfloor heating and domestic hot water systems:

  • Energy Efficient
  • Environmentally Friendly
  • Lowest Running Costs
  • Consistent Performance from -10C to +45C


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Call us to discuss your requirements – 06 878-8002