Hot Water System from PV Panels

Hot Water System from PV Panels

Hot water accounts for 25% of your energy consumption... Store this energy in water! PhotovoltaicWater Heating System for Rotex HybridCube. Heated by direct DC power produced from your PV panels. No inverter required. An AC (standard) or alternate boost ensures hygienic reliable hot water every time. Uses 100% of a dedicated 2kW PV array.

Energy Smart Water

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Energy Smart Water is an Australian owned, technology leader in energy efficient solutions, driven by innovation backed by the world’s best European manufacturers. Our product portfolio includes the G...Energy Smart Water is an Australian owned, technology leader in energy efficient solutions, driven by innovation backed by the world’s best European manufacturers. Our product portfolio includes the GEDA SolarLift (Solar Panel Lifter - featured at All Energy), a safe and efficient solution for hoisting solar panels, racking and tools to the rooftop. The angle section allows for the safe delivery of modules well in from the edge of the roof. Considerable cost savings can be achieved by reducing both labour and ongoing EWP costs. Other portfolio products include: PV HOT WATER - water heating systems for storage and self-consumption of PV solar energy; ROTEX thermal heat exchange tanks and enerMAX continuous flow water heaters. Visit our website for more information www.esw.net.auMore

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  • GEDA SolarLift - Solar Panel Lifter

    Lift solar components up, onto and across the rooftop clear of the exclusion zone, easily, quickly and economically. With a small footprint and angle ...

  • enerMAX Continuous Flow Water Heaters

    Domestic and Commercial models available Condensing and non-condensing models available Indoor and outdoor models available High efficiency and hig...

  • ROTEX Heat Exchange Thermal Storage...

    Providing safe, efficient, hygienic and continuous hot water solutions. Hygienic separation of domestic hot water and stored hot water. Stored hot wa...

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