SOLAR POWER & ENERGY PRODUCTS
Solar Heat Pump Hot Water System
The iStore Air to Energy heat pump hot water system is the next evolution in water heating
The advanced energy efficiency technologies and built in smart features in iStore ensures you’re provided with clean, safe, and economical hot water all year round.
Unlike traditional water heaters that use 1kW of energy to produce 1kW of heat, the iStore utilises that very same 1kW of energy and heat pump technology to generate 4kW of heat – saving you up to 75% of your hot water costs!
iStore is so efficient, it is classified as a renewable energy product, the Australian government provides STC incentives to assist replace older technologies such as gas or electric hot water systems.
The iStore will store your excess solar energy to use as hot water, that’s maximising the use of your solar power to save you money.
Instead of selling your excess solar power at a fraction of the electricity cost, make the most of your solar PV system by combining it with the most cost effective energy storage solution on the market.
Slash your electricity costs effectively using renewable energy
Reduce your hot water heating costs by up to 75% using iStore which converts warmth in air into hot water via the transfer of thermal energy.
Water heating cost comparison
Heating hot water for your home accounts for up to a quarter of your electricity costs for the average Australian household.
The iStore reduces hot water heating consumption by two thirds from conventional electric or gas storage systems, while reducing CO2 emissions by 4 tonnes.
Installing an iStore could save you up to $950* per year on your energy bills.
AIR TO ENERGY
ECONOMICAL & SMART
EASY TO INSTALL
How iStore heat pump hot water system works
- A fan draws in air, containing heat energy, across the evaporator
- The evaporator turns the liquid refrigerant into a gas
- The compressor pressurises the refrigerant into a hot gas
- The hot gas inside the condenser coil heats the water inside the coil-wrapped tank
- The refrigerant reverts back to a liquid after heating the water and continues to the evaporator for the process to start again
- The cycle continues until the set target temperature is achieved.
- As water is used in the home, the cycle will restart once the temperature in the tank has dropped below 45°C