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Energie Eco Thermodynamic Hot Water Mandurah

  • New Systems – Supply and Full
  • Reduce rising energy costs significantly
  • Thermodynamic Solar

    Available with capacities of 250, 300 and 450 litres


    Captures heat regardless of climate.


    Up to 85% economy

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Thermodynamic Hot Water Mandurah

Heat is captured from solar radiation, environmental temperature, rain, wind and even snow. The Eco system can effectively and efficiently heat water to 55o C, even on cold days or at night. The thermodynamic solar panel is light, discreet and versatile in terms of orientation and tilt, meaning they can be placed in a wide range of locations (roof, walls, or even ground mounted).

Outside cylinder condenser (no contact with water)

3rd generation thermodynamic solar energy

Hot water up to 55o C, available 24h per day

Almost non-existent maintenance

Super efficient compressor, which can be integrated into Solar PV systems

No defrost cycle, no threat of boiling, and no contamination risk

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> Without ducts
> Without ventilators
> Without defrost cycles that use up energy
> Super efficient compressor with low energy consumption
> No need to install support equipment
> Hot water guaranteed, available day and night, rain, hail, wind or shine, up to 55ºc


> Captures heat regardless of climate.
> Primary circuit does not need to dissipate excess heat on hotter days.
> Easy integration with architecture, versatile, no visual impact.

The Thermodynamics Solar System joins two incomplete technologies, the heat pump and the solar thermal collector. Heat pumps are quite efficient pieces of equipment, but the heat they produce from their renewable component varies according to changes in the temperature of the environment. Thermal solar collectors are most effective on hot and sunny days but they are totally inefficient when there is no sun.

Thermodynamic Solar Technology manages to surpass the limitations of both  heat pump and solar collector technologies. The thermodynamic system’s refrigerant (R134a or R407c) is forced under pressure into the thermodynamic solar panel, where the refrigerant gains heat from the surrounding environment, causing it to expand into a gas. Following this stage, the gas travels through an exchanger, with the help of a small efficient compressor, heating the water. The refrigerant then cools, returning to liquid form, passes through an expansion value and the circuit is repeated.

As the fluid has a boiling temperature of approximately -30ºC, the system works even when there is no sun, providing hot water at 55ºC, day and night, rain, hail, wind or shine, unlike the traditional solar thermal collectors. The energy consumption of the system is basically the same as a fridge compressor that makes the liquid circulate. There are no ventilators that help the evaporation process, or defrost cycles, which lead unnecessary energy consumption.

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