It’s unbelievable that heating and cooling
costs have blossomed as much as 50% for Australians, an economic burden shared
by homeowners all over the world. Evo Heat Industries Pty Ltd is taking the
sting out of those energy costs and in fact found a way to reverse the trend
for rising home heating costs. Their HH
series of heat pumps are
specifically designed for high tech heating and cooling for the home interior
and the swimming pool. These units are
up to 500% efficient as every 1KW of electricity generates 5KW of heat for your
hot water needs.
The HHD series of EVO heat pumps extract latent heat from the surrounding
atmosphere. Then a compressor transfers
the heat to water in a patented double wall heat exchange system. This heat
warms the water running through the floor heating system or along wall heating
units. Swimming pool water is heated in a similar fashion. A single system takes care of the home
heating and hot water demands with plenty of capacity left over for the
As one of Australia’s most respected manufacturers
of domestic and commercial heat pumps,
they set the standard for energy saving systems. This is in full support of their corporate values
for developing environmentally sound solutions.
These HHD heat pumps also
save the consumer a bundle in fuel costs.
Homeowners achieve anywhere from 50%-70% of energy savings. This savings provides a return on their
investment that is recouped by the homeowner in just a few years.
The annual production output of heat pumps from Evo Heat’s parent
company exceeded 60,000 units last year.
They employ over 50 engineers and R&D personnel who are busy developing
new products and improving upon current designs.
If you are a home builder or home owner
looking for a sound and cost effective energy solution, turn to Evo Heat and
their HHD series heat pumps. Find customized solutions for residential,
commercial and industrial applications at http://www.evoheat.com.au
Contact details- Travis McNeill
Phone-+ +61 (07) 3162 2213
3/101 Jijaws Street,
Park, QLD, 4074 Australia