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A stylish slim line single piece unit incorporates a top-mounted compressor with compact footprint
Produces significantly more heat energy than the power input; saving on purchased energy
Proving intuitive operation & helpful function such as temp setting, timer & safety lock
Protecting the condenser from icing for complete
peace of mind
With a Midea heat pump, set up and operation
monitoring is made simple thanks to an amazing,
in built user friendly controller
ECO ( Heat Pump Only ) mode: The standard mode where the highest efficiency is achieved
Hybrid mode: The Heat Pump & E-heater operate together to ensure the set temperature is achieved
E-Heater: When the air temperature drops to below 5’C, the heat pump will automatically select E-heater mode for an electric water boost
Operates as low as 5°C in ECO mode & between -20°C & 45°C with additional E-heat boost
Periodically heating the water beyond its set temp to prevent the growth of bacteria and legionella
For efficient heat transfer & preventing water contamination
Settings are retained in the event of a power outage
Operating at a very low 48/49 dBA you will hardly know it’s there!
Features Heat pumps utilise an ingenious technology to efficiently transfer thermal energy directly from the surrounding air and into the water, and so do not rely on direct sun or fossil fuels to provide an energy source.
Did you know?
A heat pump is like an energy multiplier. From 1 kW of power input, it can create over 4 kW’s of output heat2. That’s a performance efficiency of a remarkable 400%. Where as conventional electric storage water heaters can only convert 1 kW of input power into a maximum of 1 kW of output heat.
Built in Frost Protection Protecting the condenser from icing for complete peace of mind Did you know? Water heating accounts for nearly a quarter of the energy use and greenhouse gas emissions in the average Australian home.
*Estimation based on HP280 (RSJ-23/300RDN3-B) STC’s in Zone 3 under medium load, obtained from independent laboratory test results and followed by TRNSYS modelling and a retail electricity cost of $0.30c per kWh
An energy efficient hot water system such as the Midea heat pump is a great way for households to make substantial reductions in their energy consumption and cost of living.
A heat pump provides a quick and easy replacement of your old energy-hungry electric water heater, whilst also reducing CO2 emissions by over 4 tonnes, and saving you up to $930* per year
How it Works
1. A fan draws in air, containing heat energy, across the evaporator
2. The evaporator turns the liquid refrigerant into a gas
3. The compressor pressurises the refrigerant into a hot gas
4. The hot gas inside the condenser coil heats the water inside the coil-wrapped tank
5. The refrigerant reverts back to a liquid after heating the water and continues to the evaporator for the process to start again