22nd Feb 2018, 01:06 AM #1
3 Phase instantaneous Electric hot water units
Just thought to put it out there.
I've recently sold my house and bought a commercial space. In my quest to find a hot water solution that will drive a shower I found Stiebel Eltron. A German mob that distribute within AU. Being instantaneous there is no bund required, you are not constantly heating water, the unit is small (very small). Suited me fine. 27A of draw, but only when it is in use. The bumpf says that these units use as little as 30% of the power used by a storage unit.
They are regulated to 55C so no tempering valve is required. They retail for about $1200, but, when you consider the cost of a decent sized storage/ heat pump arrangement that will be drawing power when it is NOT being used then they represent excellent value in my view. I go mine at trade price for a bit over $900. Great investment I reckon.
Now you know. Do your research, make better decisions.
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22nd Feb 2018, 08:01 AM #2
We have and LPG instantaneous HWS, runs on 2 D cell batteries and gas cook top. Costs $90 every 6 months for a refill of gasThe person who never made a mistake never made anything
22nd Feb 2018, 11:56 AM #3
Gas is not an option where I am. My understanding is the unit I have will be more economic. Time will tell.There ain't no devil, it's just god when he's drunk!!
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