What is a heat pump?
A heat pump heats water by using energy efficient heating technology, similar to that used in conventional air conditioners and refrigerators. It is placed outside your home and is easily connected to a new or existing geyser, using it as a hot water reservoir.
On a mild day a heat pump works so effectively that it uses less than 3 times the electricity a conventional electrical geyser element does.
This will substantially reduce your hot water energy demand, saving you money and taking the load off an already burdened energy supply.