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Stiebel Eltron WWK 302 - 300 Litre Heat Pump

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WWK 302H - 300L

AU$2,990.00
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Stiebel Eltron WWK 302 - 300 Litre Heat Pump

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Weight 135.0000
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A SIMPLE DESIGN TO CREATE HOT WATER

1. A fan draws air through an evaporator. Thermal energy within the air is transferred to a liquid refrigerant causing it to change into a vapor.

2. The refrigerant vapor is then drawn into a compressor which increases the pressure and, as a result, increases the temperature.

3. A condenser (heat exchanger) then transports the refrigerant around the outside of the water tank. This heats the water inside the tank and the gaseous refrigerant reverts back into a liquid.

4. The pressure of the refrigerant is reduced as it goes through an expansion valve and returns to the evaporator for the process to start all over again.

BENEFITS FROM GOVERNMENT REBATES Rebates and financial incentives are offered Australia-wide at a Federal and State level depending on the type of water heater that is being replaced and what type of new system is being installed.

 

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