AMBIHEAT HDc-270 HEAT PUMP

The AMBIHEAT HDc-270 Heat Pump is a smart, energy efficient alternative for areas where a traditional solar water heater may not be suitable. It uses the heat from the surrounding air to heat your water and provides a reliable, efficient and sustainable way to reduce your water heating energy consumption.

A Heat Pump works day and night as it extracts heat from the surrounding air and doesn’t rely on direct sunlight to operate.

  • No need for solar collectors – perfect where roof space is limited
  • Can use the same connections as an electric water heater
  • Ideal upgrade from a standard electric water heater
  • Vitreous Enamel lined tank
  • Saves energy compared to an electric water heater
  • Includes a back-up element, delivering hot water, for the coldest winter nights

It’s important to talk to your local Rheem Solar Specialist about the advantages of installing an Ambiheat Heat pump that will best suit your family needs. Rheem Solar Specialists have years of experience and are qualified tradespeople that understand the importance of selling a quality product that is backed by the best after sales service.

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Features at a Glance

  • Coefficient of Performance (COP)1 of 4.5 making Model 551270 a highly efficient water heater to help reduce energy consumption
  • Capacity 270L
  • Advanced wrap around microchannel heating technology for uniform and faster water heating
  • Suitable for cold climates with an operating range from -5°C to +43°C5
  • Suitable for harsh water conditions 2
  • Can save up to 68% on your water heating energy consumption compared to an electric water heater in Zone 3 3
  • High recovery rate for fast heating and 2.4kW back-up element
  • User-friendly touch screen LED display
  • Eligible for Government Incentives
  • 7 year cylinder warranty 4
  • Suitable for 2 to 5 people
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Terms & Conditions:
1. A COP of 4.5 was measured under test conditions with an ambient air temperature of 19˚C/15˚C (Dry Bulb/Wet Bulb) and heating of the water from 15˚C to 60˚C during water heater operation.
2. Warranty limits regarding water chemistry. Harsh water regions – the Rheem warranty may not apply if the water heater is connected to a water supply which has a Total Dissolved Solids content >2500mg/L; is scaling with a Saturation Index >+0.8, or; is corrosive with a Saturation Index <-1.0.
3. Energy savings of up to 68% are based on Australian Government approved TRNSYS simulation modelling using a medium load in Zone 3 and apply when replacing an electric water heater of similar size with a Rheem 551270 Heat Pump water heater. Energy savings of up to and between 64% to 71% in Zone 1 to 5 on hot water energy consumption when replacing an electric water heater (min. 16 hours/day). Any savings will vary depending upon your location, type of water heater being replaced, hot water consumption and fuel tariff. The impact on an electricity account will depend on the tariff arrangement of the water heater being replaced and where you live. This Heat Pump water heater (climate dependent) is recommended for connection to either a 24 hour continuous tariff or an extended off-peak (min. 16 hours/ day). If replacing an electric water heater greater than 250 litres, Heat Pump connection to a 24 hour continuous tariff is recommended. Before purchase consult your energy provider for more information on cost comparisons.
4. Warranty Periods: 7 years supply on cylinder, 3 years labour on cylinder, 3 years supply on sealed system including labour, 1 year supply and labour on all other parts. Applies to a single family domestic dwelling only. Conditions apply.
5. See the Rheem warranty set out in the Owner’s Guide and Installation Instructions or view at rheem.com.au/warranty.
Notes:
  • The specified -5˚C to 43˚C temperature range is the operational range of the Heat Pump. The electric element activates when the ambient air temperature is outside this range and heating of the water is required.
  • Noise Level – A noise level of 47 dB(A) was measured at 1 m from the water heater during a Noise Test conducted to Standard GB/T 23137-2008 in a hemi-anechoic chamber within a laboratory. The noise level when installed may be higher due to sound reflections from adjacent walls and structures.

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