Electrolux Kelvinator Heat Pump Hot Water System Specifications

Hot Water Systems
Gas Continuous
Solar Systems
Heat Pumps
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Contents
Australians love a Kelvinator________________________ 3
Do your bit, save a bundle__________________________ 4
Which system is right for you?_______________________ 5
EcoKnight heat pump hot water systems_____________ 6
InstaKnight gas continuous flow systems_____________ 8
SolarKnight systems: free hot water from the sun_____ 10
SolarKnight flat panels____________________________ 12
SolarKnight evacuated tubes_______________________ 13
SolarKnight gas boosted system___________________ 14
SolarKnight electric boosted system _______________ 16
Kelvinator storage tanks___________________________ 18
Heat pump dimensions and specifications___________ 20
Gas continuous flow dimensions and specifications___ 21
Solar electric boosted flat panel dimensions
and specifications________________________________ 22
Solar electric boosted evacuated tubes
dimensions and specifications______________________ 23
Solar gas boosted flat panel
dimensions and specifications______________________ 24
Solar gas boosted evacuated tubes dimensions
and specifications________________________________ 25
Warranty conditions______________________________ 27
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Australians love a Kelvinator
Kelvinator has kept its promise of delivering on performance and reliability to
Australians for over 90 years.
Today we combine our collective experience in
refrigeration and air conditioning to bring you
a range of energy efficient hot water systems,
designed to be sensitive to our environment,
your family, and your energy bill.
You can relax knowing whichever Kelvinator hot
water system you choose, you’ll enjoy reliable hot
water for years to come.
Kelvinator. Australia’s choice for quality hot water.
Whether it’s the latest Gas Continuous, Solar
systems or Heat Pump technology, Kelvinator is
the trusted choice.
A choice you’ll be comfortable with
With a full range of quality hot water solutions offering proven technology, including
cold-climate options, Kelvinator has you covered – no matter where you live.
• Heat pump
Extracts heat from the air to provide hot water
using less energy than an electric storage system.
• Gas continuous
Heats water on demand using gas, providing
endless hot water that never runs out.
• Solar
Catches free energy from the sun to heat
water and reduce power bills, using flat panel
technology or our high efficiency evacuated tubes
for colder climates and homes where optimum
installation conditions cannot be achieved.
Solar electric boosted
Solar energy heats the water in the panels or
evacuated tubes, but if there is insufficient
sunlight, an electric booster is available to
provide the required amount of hot water.
Solar gas boosted
Solar energy heats the water in the panels or
evacuated tubes, but if there is insufficient
sunlight, the gas booster is able to provide
the required amount of hot water.
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Do your bit, save a bundle
Water heating accounts for around 25% of the average household’s energy usage.
The full range of Kelvinator hot water systems are
designed to be kind to the environment, and your
hip pocket.
Gas is one of the most environmentally friendly fuel
sources available, while solar hot water systems
and heat pumps have quickly become mainstream
because of their reduced running costs and lower
environmental impact.
Over the last few years, the number of solar hot
water installations has increased significantly,
reflecting the popularity of this environmentally
friendly option.
STC zones
Darwin
1
2
Townsville
Rockhampton
Alice Springs
Brisbane
3
Perth
4
Adelaide
Sydney
Canberra
Melbourne
Hobart
What Government incentives are available?
All solar and heat pump systems installed after
1 January 2011 are entitled to environmental credits
called Small-scale Technology Certificates (STCs).
The number of STCs that can be created depends
on the model of solar system or heat pump water
heater, and the region where it’s installed. The
value of an STC is not fixed and can change from
time to time.
To review the latest about STCs and government
incentives in general, visit www.orer.gov.au
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Which system is right for you?
There are a number of factors to consider when choosing a hot water system.
A trusted brand, running costs, available space, and
environmental factors all play a part when deciding
which hot water system best suits your needs.
Kelvinator offers a comprehensive range of hot
water systems, so we’re confident you’ll find a
solution your whole family will feel comfortable
with, now and in the future.
Capacity is important too, so consider:
• How many bathrooms you have
• How many people live in your house
• If you have a dishwasher or washing machine
connected to your hot water
• How often you enjoy a bath
• Whether you live in a hot or cold climate area
• If you have natural gas available in your area
Heat pump and solar
hot water systems
Heat pump
Solar electric flat panel
Solar electric
evacuated tubes
Solar gas flat panel
Solar gas evacuated tubes
Capacities
Connection type
270L ( 2-4
people) #
340L (3-5
people)#
450L (4-6
people)#
Electrical
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
Gas
Cold climate
protection
Available for
STC rebates
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
#
This number is based on electricity supply being Off Peak 2 and average hot water usage under the WELS scheme. Other variables may affect hot
water volumes e.g. the electricity connection and the extra appliances using hot water (dishwashers and washing machines) – For expert advice
refer to your preferred installer.
Gas continuous flow
hot water systems
Gas continuous flow- 20L/min
Gas continuous flow- 26L/min
Number of bathrooms
1 to 1.5
Gas type
1.5 to 3
Natural gas
LPG gas
Cold climate
protection
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
Installation
indoor
outdoor
P
P
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EcoKnight heat pump hot water systems
With over 90 years experience in refrigeration technology, Kelvinator has developed a
heat pump to reduce your hot water energy use.
Kelvinator EcoKnight heat pump technology
takes heat from the air to provide hot water
for your household. Using R410a refrigerant,
it works day or night in all weather conditions.
So whether you live in the snowy mountains
or the tropical north, you can be assured your
Kelvinator EcoKnight heat pump will deliver.
How it works
Like a fridge in reverse, Kelvinator EcoKnight
heat pump technology extracts warmth from
the surrounding air to heat your water. It’s a
process that can work any time of day, even if
it’s cloudy or rainy, all year round.
The EcoKnight difference
Not only does the Kelvinator EcoKnight heat
pump have a high efficiency for low running
cost, it also has the option of a Power Boost
heating element. The boost element can be
activated for use 24 hours a day at the push
of a button.
Model
Number
of people
% of annual energy saving
Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3 Zone 4
KHPE270362A
2- 4#
66.5
60.3
62.3
58.7
KHPE340362A
3 -5 #
65.9
59.1
61.9
58.4
- Energy and greenhouse gas emissions reduction as per ORER
registration compared to an electric hot water system.
- All our Kelvinator heat pump systems are recommended to be
connected to electricity supply on continuous or Off Peak 2 tariff.
#
This number is based on electricity supply being Off Peak 2 and
average hot water usage under the WELS scheme. Other variables
may affect hot water volumes e.g. the electricity connection and the
extra appliances using hot water (dishwashers and washing machines).
For expert advice refer to your preferred installer.
Power boost for fast heat up
Divert power to a heating element for fast heat
up in those times of need, when you may have
extra visitors or you have just returned from
holidays. The power automatically reverts back
to the heat pump after a 24 hour period.
Simple installation
Kelvinator EcoKnight heat pump is a perfect
solution for the home when a solar system
may not be the ideal option. The Kelvinator
EcoKnight heat pump can usually be installed
in the same position as the existing hot water
system. Because of its split system design the
storage tank can even be installed inside with
the heat pump unit installed outside*.
* Max distance 5 metres apart.
Suitable for cold climates
Thanks to Kelvinator’s R410a refrigerant, the
EcoKnight heat pump reduces your energy
consumption even when the outside
temperature is -7°C.
Government incentives
Because the Kelvinator EcoKnight heat
pump is so efficient, it is eligible for attractive
government incentives. As they are subject
to change, please visit visit www.orer.gov.au for
more information about incentives applicable
in your area.
Save your money
The Kelvinator EcoKnight heat pump has been
designed to work in Off-Peak 2 Tariff, allowing
you to reduce your energy bill all year round.
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Installation overview
• Split system design gives greater installation
flexibility
• Tank suitable for internal and external application
(heat pump unit must be installed outside)
• Recommend installing on Off-Peak 2 and wiring
in element on continuous power
• Must be installed by an authorised installer
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InstaKnight gas continuous flow systems
Kelvinator InstaKnight gas continuous flow systems ensure you’ll never run out of strong,
hot water. It’s only heated when you need it, not stored, so it’s good for your energy bills,
and good for the environment.
How it works
The Kelvinator InstaKnight gas continuous flow
system does not store water. Instead, when you
turn on your hot water tap, water flows through
the unit, heating the water instantly. With the
option of a temperature control pad you can
set the desired temperature without mixing
cold water.
Out of sight
The Kelvinator InstaKnight gas continuous flow
systems are cleverly compact, so they don’t
take up precious space like traditional hot water
tanks. The Kelvinator InstaKnight also has the
option of being recessed into the wall using the
metal recess box*. With the slick modern design
you won’t even know it’s there.
* Recess boxes are normally used on new constructions
however they can be retrofitted
Superior efficiency
With the use of natural gas or LPG, the
Kelvinator InstaKnight gas continuous flow
systems deliver optimum energy efficiency
with energy ratings up to 6 stars, saving the
environment and your hip pocket.
No. of
bathrooms
Gas
type
L/min
Preset
°C
Star
efficiency
KGC20BNA
1 to 1.5
Natural
20
50
6
KGC20BLA
1 to 1.5
LPG
20
50
6
KGC20KNA
1 to 1.5
Natural
20
60
6
KGC20KLA
1 to 1.5
LPG
20
60
6
KGC26BNA
1.5 to 3
Natural
26
50
5.3
KGC26BLA
1.5 to 3
LPG
26
50
5.3
KGC26KNA
1.5 to 3
Natural
26
60
5.3
KGC26KLA
1.5 to 3
LPG
26
60
5.3
Model
A natural solution
Using natural gas, the Kelvinator InstaKnight gas
continuous flow system will never run out of hot
water, and by using gas over electricity, is better
for reducing your household’s carbon footprint.
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Installation overview
• Must be wall mounted
• Only suitable for external installation
• Metal recess box available
• Kitchen mounted control pad available
for easy and convenient water
temperature selection.
KGC20BNA
KGC26KNA
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SolarKnight systems: free hot water from the sun
Save energy, save money and help the environment at the same time. Heating your
hot water using the free energy from the sun simply makes sense. Kelvinator makes the
decision to convert to solar hot water easier with its range of quality solar collectors that
will suit most applications.
The smart choice
Whether you choose Kelvinator SolarKnight flat
panels or high efficiency SolarKnight evacuated
tubes, you can be assured you’ll be happy with
the performance. Depending on your climate
conditions you can expect energy saving
between 50 and 95%* from your Kelvinator
SolarKnight Solar System.
Both our flat panel and evacuated tube
collectors are roof mounted and can be coupled
with a choice of gas or electric boosted ground
mounted tanks, for reliable hot water delivery
even on the cloudiest days.
When choosing the best solar hot water
collector for you, consider:
• Your geographical climate conditions
• The likelihood of frost
• The orientation of your roof in terms of
sun exposure
• Any local authority requirements
*In accordance with ORER registration data
How solar collectors work
Water circulates through copper channels in
the collectors where it is heated by the sun and
returns to the storage tank ready for use. The
operation continues while there is sufficient
solar energy available or until the tank is full
of hot water. If the weather conditions aren’t
ideal for heating the water, the electric or gas
booster will operate to deliver the desired
hot water.
Flat panels or evacuated tubes –
which is right for you?
Kelvinator SolarKnight evacuated tubes have a
higher efficiency and are frost resistant. Because
of their vacuum seal they have less heat loss and
can handle temperatures down to -15°C. They
are recommended for all areas, including frost
prone and alpine, or in applications where the
ideal orientation or conditions cannot
be gained.
Kelvinator SolarKnight flat panels are a familiar
technology that has been installed in homes
for years. Today the Kelvinator SolarKnight flat
panels have increased energy efficiency thanks
to the TiNOX coated surface which absorbs
the sun’s energy to heat the water at a rapid
rate. While Kelvinator SolarKnight flat panels
can handle cold climates we do not recommend
installing them in frost prone areas.
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SolarKnight flat panels
Kelvinator SolarKnight flat panel collectors with high efficiency TiNOX coating, absorb
the heat energy from the sun to rapidly heat the water. They can be used with either gas
or electric boosted Kelvinator SolarKnight systems.
How it works
The water is heated by circulating through
a series of copper pipes and plates, and is
returned to the storage tank ready for use.
An environmental solution
Reduce greenhouse gas emissions while
reducing your energy bills. The sun is the most
economical energy source for heating water.
Super efficient technology
Kelvinator’s advanced TiNOX selective surface
technology increases the efficiency of your
system by absorbing higher rates of solar energy.
Strong and durable
With an aluminum frame and toughened
glass, Kelvinator SolarKnight flat panels are
manufactured to withstand the harsh Australian
climate. Kelvinator SolarKnight flat panels are
also well insulated, minimising heat loss and
condensation to ensure longevity of the system.
Installation overview
•Panels are installed on a north-facing roof for
optimum efficiency
•Roof inclination should be between 10° and 30°
•Flat roof stands are available
• You’ll need an area on your roof of at least 4m2
for 2 panels*
•Tank is suitable for internal and external installation
•Must be installed by an authorised installer
•If you live in a frost-prone area, or a home where
sunlight conditions aren’t ideal consider SolarKnight
evacuated tubes
* Check actual dimensions of the collectors and space required
for connections and mounting kits to confirm suitability to your
particular installation.
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SolarKnight evacuated tubes
Specifically designed for cooler climates or areas where direct sunlight is limited,
Kelvinator SolarKnight evacuated tube technology offers a more efficient way to
heat your hot water.
SolarKnight evacuated tube technology can
handle temperatures down to -15 °C. They are
recommended for all areas, including frost
prone and alpine, or in applications where the
ideal orientation or conditions cannot
be gained.
They can be used with either gas or electric
boosted Kelvinator SolarKnight systems.
How it works
Water is circulated through the evacuated
tubes using a copper U-shaped design.
Sunlight passes through the evacuated tube
and and is absorbed by the aluminium nitride
selective surface inside which in turn transfers
the heat to the water passing through the U
tube. The vacuum in the tube minimises heat
loss and protects from freezing in heavy frost
or alpine areas.
Leading edge technology
Kelvinator SolarKnight evacuated tubes work
from sunrise to sunset, with the reflector
directing even diffused light to the centre of
the tube maximising efficiency throughout the
day in all weather conditions.
An environmental solution
Reduce greenhouse gas emissions while
reducing your energy bills. The sun is the most
economical energy source for heating water.
At ease in cold areas
Kelvinator SolarKnight evacuated tubes collect
and retain heat easily, even when it’s chilly
outside. The system is designed to work in
low temperatures, down to -15°C.
Installation overview
• The Kelvinator SolarKnight evacuated tube systems
provide better efficiency in frost-prone or Alpine areas
•Panels are installed on a north-facing roof for
optimum efficiency, however the direction the
panels are facing is not as critical as for flat panels
•Roof inclination should be between 10° and 30°
•Flat roof stands are available from July 2012
• You’ll need an area on your roof of at least 4m2
for 2 panels*
•Tank is suitable for internal and external installation
•Must be installed by an authorised installer
*Check actual dimensions of the collectors and space required
for connections and mounting kits to confirm suitability to your
particular installation
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SolarKnight gas boosted systems
Enjoy government incentives and lower running costs* all year round with a quality
Kelvinator SolarKnight gas boosted solar system.
How it works
Solar radiation is absorbed by flat panels or
evacuated tubes, which transfer the heat to the
water. The water is circulated back to the tank and
is ready when you need it. If there’s not enough
solar heat available, the gas booster will activate
automatically to provide the hot water you need.
Ready when you are
Even when the sun isn’t shining, the gas booster
ensures hot water is always ready to flow.
An environmental solution
A Kelvinator SolarKnight gas boosted system is
one of the most efficient ways of heating your hot
water, while reducing your household’s energy
consumption and greenhouse gas emissions.
Solar gas boosted flat panel
Model
KSN27026F2A
No. of
No. of
people collectors
2-4
2
% of annual energy saving
Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3 Zone 4
82.0
88.5
66.7
54.8
KSL27026F2A
2-4
2
82.0
88.5
66.7
54.8
KSN27026F3A
2-4
3
92.2
94.7
79.1
65.2
KSL27026F3A
2-4
3
92.2
94.7
79.1
65.2
KSN34026F2A
3-5
2
82.4
88.9
67.0
55.0
KSL34026F2A
3-5
2
82.4
88.9
67.0
55.0
KSN34026F3A
3-5
3
93.2
95.3
80.0
65.9
KSL34026F3A
3-5
3
93.2
95.3
80.0
65.9
- Energy and greenhouse gas emissions reduction as per ORER registration
compared to an electric storage hot water system.
- Other variables may affect hot water volumes e.g. the electricity
connection and the extra appliances using hot water (dishwashers and
washing machines) – For expert advice refer to your preferred installer.
Solar gas boosted evacuated tubes
Model
No. of
No. of
people collectors
% of annual energy saving
Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3 Zone 4
KSN27026E2A
2-4
2
85.6
90.4
68.5
56.2
KSL27026E2A
2-4
2
85.6
90.4
68.5
56.2
KSN27026E3A
2-4
3
94.8
95.9
83.1
68.4
KSL27026E3A
2-4
3
94.8
95.9
83.1
68.4
KSN34026E2A
3-5
2
86.0
90.8
68.7
56.4
KSL34026E2A
3-5
2
86.0
90.8
68.7
56.4
KSN34026E3A
3-5
3
95.6
96.3
83.8
69.1
KSL34026E3A
3-5
3
95.6
96.3
83.8
69.1
– Energy and greenhouse gas emissions reduction as per ORER registration
compared to an electric storage hot water system.
– Other variables may affect hot water volumes e.g. the electricity
connection and the extra appliances using hot water (dishwashers and
washing machines) – For expert advice refer to your preferred installer.
Government incentives
Enjoy valuable STC incentives and lower running
costs* all year round thanks to our efficient
Kelvinator SolarKnight system. As they are
subject to change, please visit www.orer.gov.au
for more information about STC’s and
incentives applicable in your area.
*Compared to the running costs/power bills of an electric
storage water heater configured at the same tariff
(continuous or off-peak).
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Installation overview
•Ensure natural gas or LPG is available in
your area
•Panels are installed on a north-facing roof for
optimum efficiency
• Roof inclination should be between 10° and 30°
•Flat roof stands are available from July 2012
• You’ll need an area on your roof of at least 4m2
for 2 panels*
•Suitable for external installation only
•Must be installed by an authorised installer
•If you live in a frost prone area, or a home
where sunlight conditions aren’t ideal consider
Kelvinator SolarKnight evacuated tubes
* Check actual dimensions of the collectors and space
required for connections and mounting kits to confirm
suitability to your particular installation.
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SolarKnight electric boosted systems
With attractive STC rebates and free energy from the sun, a Kelvinator SolarKnight electric
boosted system can cut your power bills* and keep the hot water flowing all year round.
How it works
Whether you choose Kelvinator SolarKnight flat
panel or Evacuated Tube collectors, water will be
circulated through the collector where it is heated
and returned to the storage tank ready for use.
Ready when you are
If there’s not enough solar heat available, the
electric booster will activate to provide all the
hot water you need.
Solar electric boosted flat panel
No. of
No. of
people collectors
% of annual energy saving
Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3 Zone 4
KSE270F2A
2-4 #
2
78
85.2
61.5
49.2
KSE270F3A
2-4
#
3
87.9
92.2
72.2
58.4
KSE340F2A
3-5 #
2
79.4
86.5
62.9
50
KSE340F3A
3-5 #
3
90.2
93.7
75.2
60.7
KSE450F3A
4-6 #
3
91
94
75.9
60.8
- Energy and greenhouse gas emissions reduction as per ORER registration
compared to an electric storage hot water system.
- All our Kelvinator solar electric boosted systems are recommended to
be connected to electricity supply on continuous or Off Peak 2 tariff
#
Model
No. of
No. of
people collectors
% of Annual Energy Saving
Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3 Zone 4
KSE270E2A
2-4
#
2
83
88
64.5
51.7
KSE270E3A
2-4 #
3
93.4
94.8
80.1
65.4
KSE340E2A
3-5 #
2
83.9
89.2
65.5
52.1
KSE340E3A
3-5 #
3
93.7
95.4
79.9
64.7
KSE450E3A
4-6 #
3
94.6
95.9
80.8
65.2
– Energy and greenhouse gas emissions reduction as per ORER registration
compared to an electric storage hot water system.
Replacing an existing system?
Replacing your existing electric hot water system
with a Kelvinator SolarKnight electric boosted solar
system is easy. It may be possible to install the new
tank in the same position, connecting up to your
existing hot water, cold water and power supplies.
Model
Solar electric boosted evacuated tubes
This number is based on electricity supply being Off Peak 2 and average
hot water usage under the WELS scheme. Other variables may affect hot
water volumes e.g. the electricity connection and the extra appliances
using hot water (dishwashers and washing machines). For expert advice
refer to your preferred installer.
– All our Kelvinator solar electric boosted systems are recommended to
be connected to electricity supply on continuous or Off Peak 2 tariff
#
This number is based on electricity supply being Off Peak 2 and average
hot water usage under the WELS scheme. Other variables may affect hot
water volumes e.g. the electricity connection and the extra appliances
using hot water (Dishwashers and Washing Machines) – For expert advice
refer to your preferred installer.
Government incentives
Enjoy valuable STC incentives and lower running
costs* all year round thanks to our efficient
Kelvinator SolarKnight system. As they are
subject to change, please visit www.orer.gov.au
for more information about STC’s and
incentives applicable in your area.
*Compared to the running costs/power bills of an electric
storage water heater configured at the same tariff
(continuous or off-peak).
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Installation overview
•Recommend installing on Off-Peak 2, but can
also be installed on continuous power supply
•Panels are installed on a north-facing roof for
optimum efficiency
• Roof inclination should be between 10° and 30°
• Flat roof stands are available from July 2012
• You’ll need an area on your roof of at least 4m2
for 2 panels*
•Suitable for external installation only
•Must be installed by an authorised installer
•If you live in a frost prone or alpine area, or a
home where sunlight conditions aren’t ideal
consider Kelvinator SolarKnight evacuated
tubes
* Check actual dimensions of the collectors and space
required for connections and mounting kits to confirm
suitability to your particular installation.
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Kelvinator storage tanks
Robust and reliable
Kelvinator Storage Tanks are made from high
quality vitreous enamel coated steel for long
lasting performance. Kelvinator Storage Tanks
also have the added protection of a sacrificial
anode that protects the steel from corrosion.
Full range of sizes
With a range of Kelvinator Storage Tanks for
your solar collectors or heat pump system, we’re
confident there’s a system to suit your hot water
needs. Whether you choose the 270 litre for a
smaller family, 340 litre for a medium or growing
family or our largest 450 litre for that high
demand household, you can be assured that our
quality tanks will perform.
Sizing chart
Use the chart below to work out which size tank
you’ll need for your household.
Location
Dimension
(H x D) in mm
Net weight
(kg)
Number of
people
Storage
capacity (L)
Boost
capacity
KCT27036A
indoor or outdoor
1390 x 648
95
2-4
270
3.6 kW
KCT34036A
indoor or outdoor
1690 x 648
110
3-5
340
3.6 kW
KCT45036A
indoor or outdoor
1715 x 730
140
4-6
450
3.6 kW
KCT27000A
indoor or outdoor
1390 x 648
95
2-4
270
N/A
KCT34000A
indoor or outdoor
1690 x 648
110
3-5
340
N/A
Kelvinator tank
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KCT27036A
KCT34036A
KCT45036A
KCT27000A
KCT34000A
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Heat pump dimensions and specifications
Product code
Number of people
Tank location
Outdoor module location
Max distance heat pump/tank (m)
KHPE270362A
KHPE340362A
2-4
3-5
outdoor or indoor
outdoor or indoor
outdoor
outdoor
5
5
Dimensions
Tank (H x D in mm)
1390 x 648
1680 x 648
790 x 765 x 275
790 x 765 x 275
Tank
95
110
Module
62
62
Module (W x H x D in mm)
Net weight (kg)
Technical specifications
Capacity (L)
270
340
Maximum power rating including tank
element operation (kW)
3.6
3.6
Heat pump circuit power rating (kW)
1.95
1.95
Heat pump temperature setting (°C )
52
52
Refrigerant
R410a
R410a
Compressor type
rotary
rotary
55
55
Inlet
RP ¾/20
RP ¾/20
Outlet
RP ¾/20
RP ¾/20
PTR valve pressure limit (kPa)
850
850
PTR valve temperature limit (°C)
99
99
3/4"
3/4"
15A , 220-240V ~50Hz
15A , 220-240V ~50Hz
220-240V, 50Hz
220-240V, 50Hz
Outdoor noise level
Water connections & settings
Tank
Outdoor module
Circulating water inlet and outlet connections
Power supply
Tank
Outdoor module
Number of STC in off peak 2
Zone 1
23
23
Zone 2
21
20
Zone 3
26
26
Zone 4
27
27
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Gas continuous flow dimensions and specifications
Product code
Number of bathrooms
Gas continuous location
Type of gas
KGC20BNA
KGC20BLA
KGC20KNA
KGC20KLA
KGC26BNA
KGC26BLA
KGC26KNA
KGC26KLA
1- 1.5
1- 1.5
1- 1.5
1- 1.5
1.5 - 3
1.5 - 3
1.5 - 3
1.5 - 3
outdoor
outdoor
outdoor
outdoor
outdoor
outdoor
outdoor
outdoor
natural gas
LPG
natural gas
LPG
natural gas
LPG
natural gas
LPG
Dimensions
Gas continuous unit
(W x H x D in mm)
350 x 520 x 170 350 x 520 x 170 350 x 520 x 170 350 x 520 x 170 350 x 520 x 215 350 x 520 x 215 350 x 520 x 215 350 x 520 x 215
Net weight (kg)
Gas continuous unit (kg)
15.7
15.7
15.7
15.7
17.2
17.2
17.2
17.2
5.3
Technical specifications
Gas energy star rating
6
6
6
6
5.3
5.3
5.3
Flow rate capacity (l/min)
20
20
20
20
26
26
26
26
Maximum temperature (°C )
50
50
60
60
50
50
60
60
Inlet gas supply pressure
min-max (kPa)
1.13 - 2.75
2.61 - 2.89
1.13 - 2.75
2.61 - 2.89
1.13 - 2.75
2.61 - 2.89
1.13 - 2.75
2.61 - 2.89
Nomimal gas consumption
(MJ/h)
160
160
160
160
195
195
195
195
150 - 1200
150 - 1200
150 - 1200
150 - 1200
150 - 1200
150 - 1200
150 - 1200
150 - 1200
Water connections & settings
Water supply pressure
min - max (kPa)*
Water connection (mm)
15 BSP
15 BSP
15 BSP
15 BSP
15 BSP
15 BSP
15 BSP
15 BSP
Gas connection (mm)
20 BSP
20 BSP
20 BSP
20 BSP
20 BSP
20 BSP
20 BSP
20 BSP
240V~50Hz
240V~50Hz
240V~50Hz
240V~50Hz
240V~50Hz
240V~50Hz
240V~50Hz
240V~50Hz
1.0A
1.0A
1.0A
1.0A
1.0A
1.0A
1.0A
1.0A
10A plug
10A plug
10A plug
10A plug
10A plug
10A plug
10A plug
10A plug
1.5m cord
1.5m cord
1.5m cord
1.5m cord
1.5m cord
1.5m cord
1.5m cord
1.5m cord
KGCRB1A
KGCRB1A
KGCRB1A
KGCRB1A
KGCRB1A
KGCRB1A
KGCRB1A
KGCRB1A
KGCMRCA
KGCMRCA
KGCMRCA
KGCMRCA
KGCMRCA
KGCMRCA
KGCMRCA
KGCMRCA
Power Supply
Electrical supply voltage
Operating current
Power plug and cord
Additional accessories
Recess box
Remote control
†
*The water heater will operate at reduced performance if inlet water supply pressure is below 340 kPa
† Remote controller not water resistant therefore not suitable for bathroom installation.
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Solar electric boosted flat panel
dimensions and specifications
Product Code
KSE270F2A
KSE270F3A
KSE340F2A
KSE340F3A
KSE450F3A
2-4
2-4
3-5
3-5
4-6
Tank location
indoor or outdoor
indoor or outdoor
indoor or outdoor
indoor or outdoor
indoor or outdoor
Collector type
flat panel
flat panel
flat panel
flat panel
flat panel
2
3
2
3
3
electric
electric
electric
electric
electric
1390 x 648
1390 x 648
1690 x 648
1690 x 648
1715 x 730
2002 x 1025 x 80
2002 x 1025 x 80
2002 x 1025 x 80
2002 x 1025 x 80
2002 x 1025 x 80
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
Number of people
Number of panels
Booster type
Dimensions
Tank (H x D in mm)
Panel (L x W x H in mm)
Panel size (m2)
Net weight (kg)
Tank
95
95
110
110
140
34.5
34.5
34.5
34.5
34.5
Capacity (L)
270
270
340
340
450
Element heating capacity (KW)
3.6
3.6
3.6
3.6
3.6
Panel (kg per panel)
Technical specifications
Tank
Flat panel
Frame material
aluminium
aluminium
aluminium
aluminium
aluminium
Absorber material
TiNOX selective
surface
TiNOX selective
surface
TiNOX selective
surface
TiNOX selective
surface
TiNOX selective
surface
Glazing
4 mm low
iron tempered
patterned glass
4 mm low
iron tempered
patterned glass
4 mm low
iron tempered
patterned glass
4 mm low
iron tempered
patterned glass
4 mm low
iron tempered
patterned glass
Inlet
RP ¾/20
RP ¾/20
RP ¾/20
RP ¾/20
RP ¾/20
Outlet
RP ¾/20
RP ¾/20
RP ¾/20
RP ¾/20
RP ¾/20
PTR valve operating pressure (kPa)
850
850
850
850
850
PTR Valve Temperature Limit (°C)
99
99
99
99
99
Ø22 copper pipe
Ø22 copper pipe
Ø22 copper pipe
Ø22 copper pipe
Ø22 copper pipe
8pcs- Ø10
copper pipe
8pcs- Ø10
copper pipe
8pcs- Ø10
copper pipe
8pcs- Ø10
copper pipe
8pcs- Ø10
copper pipe
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
15A , 230-240V
~50Hz
15A , 230-240V
~50Hz
15A , 230-240V
~50Hz
15A , 230-240V
~50Hz
15A , 230-240V
~50Hz
Water connections & settings
Tank
Flat panel
Header pipe
Riser pipe
Maximum operating
pressure (kPa)
Power supply
Tank
Number of STCs in Off peak 2
Zone 1
37
42
37
43
43
Zone 2
40
44
41
45
45
Zone 3
36
42
36
44
44
Zone 4
31
37
32
39
39
23
Solar electric boosted evacuated tubes
dimensions and specifications
Product code
KSE270E2A
KSE270E3A
KSE340E2A
KSE340E3A
KSE450E3A
2-4
2-4
3-5
3-5
4-6
Tank location
indoor or outdoor
indoor or outdoor
indoor or outdoor
indoor or outdoor
indoor or outdoor
Collector type
evacuated tubes
evacuated tubes
evacuated tubes
evacuated tubes
evacuated tubes
Number of panels
2
3
2
3
3
Number of tubes
24
36
24
36
36
electric
electric
electric
electric
electric
1390 x 648
1390 x 648
1690 x 648
1690 x 648
1715 x 730
1640 x 1390 x 100
1640 x 1390 x 100
1640 x 1390 x 100
1640 x 1390 x 100
1640 x 1390 x 100
2.28
2.28
2.28
2.28
2.28
Tank
95
95
110
110
140
Evacuated tube collectors
(kg per panel)
37
37
37
37
37
Capacity (L)
270
270
340
340
450
Element heating capacity (KW)
3.6
3.6
3.6
3.6
3.6
electric booster
electric booster
electric booster
electric booster
electric booster
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
Number of people
Booster type
Dimensions
Tank (H x D in mm)
Evac tubes panel size
(L x W x H in mm)
Gross surface area (m2)
Net Weight (kg)
Technical specifications
Tank
Booster type
Evacuated tubes
Collector capacity (l)
Collector material
al/glass/silicone
al/glass/silicone
al/glass/silicone
al/glass/silicone
al/glass/silicone
borosilicate glass
borosilicate glass
borosilicate glass
borosilicate glass
borosilicate glass
Inlet
RP ¾/20
RP ¾/20
RP ¾/20
RP ¾/20
RP ¾/20
Outlet
RP ¾/20
RP ¾/20
RP ¾/20
RP ¾/20
RP ¾/20
PTR valve operating pressure (kPa)
850
850
850
850
850
PTR Valve Temperature Limit (°C)
99
99
99
99
99
15
15
15
15
15
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
15A , 230-240V
~50Hz
15A , 230-240V
~50Hz
15A , 230-240V
~50Hz
15A , 230-240V
~50Hz
15A , 230-240V
~50Hz
Glass tube material
Water connections & settings
Tank
Evacuated tubes
Connection diameter,
compression fitting (mm)
Maximum operating
pressure (kPa)
Power supply
Tank
Number of STCs in off peak 2
Zone 1
39
42
40
44
45
Zone 2
42
44
42
45
46
Zone 3
37
44
38
46
47
Zone 4
33
40
33
41
41
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Solar gas boosted flat panel
dimensions and specifications
Product code
KSN27026F2A
KSL27026F2A
KSN27026F3A
KSL27026F3A
KSN34026F2A
KSL34026F2A
KSN34026F3A
2-4
2-4
2-4
2-4
3-5
3-5
3-5
3-5
Tank location
indoor or
outdoor
indoor or
outdoor
indoor or
outdoor
indoor or
outdoor
indoor or
outdoor
indoor or
outdoor
indoor or
outdoor
indoor or
outdoor
Collector type
flat panel
flat panel
flat panel
flat panel
flat panel
flat panel
flat panel
flat panel
Gas booster location
outdoor
outdoor
outdoor
outdoor
outdoor
outdoor
outdoor
outdoor
2
2
3
3
2
2
3
3
gas
gas
gas
gas
gas
gas
gas
gas
natural gas
LPG
natural gas
LPG
natural gas
LPG
natural gas
LPG
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
Number of people
Number of panels
Booster type
Type of gas
Flow rate
capacity (l/min)
KSL34026F3A
Dimensions
Tank (H x D in mm)
1390 x 648
1390 x 648
1390 x 648
1390 x 648
1690 x 648
1690 x 648
1690 x 648
1690 x 648
Panel (L x W x H in mm)
2002 x 1025
x 80
2002 x 1025
x 80
2002 x 1025
x 80
2002 x 1025
x 80
2002 x 1025
x 80
2002 x 1025
x 80
2002 x 1025
x 80
2002 x 1025
x 80
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
Panel size (m2)
Net weight (kg)
Tank
95
95
95
95
110
110
110
110
Panel (kg per panel)
34.5
34.5
34.5
34.5
34.5
34.5
34.5
34.5
Gas booster
17.2
17.2
17.2
17.2
17.2
17.2
17.2
17.2
Technical specifications
Tank
Capacity (L)
270
270
270
270
340
340
340
340
Booster type
gas booster
gas booster
gas booster
gas booster
gas booster
gas booster
gas booster
gas booster
aluminium
aluminium
aluminium
aluminium
aluminium
aluminium
aluminium
aluminium
Flat panel
Frame material
Absorber material
Glazing
TiNOX
TiNOX
TiNOX
TiNOX
TiNOX
TiNOX
TiNOX
TiNOX
selective
selective
selective
selective
selective
selective
selective
selective
surface
surface
surface
surface
surface
surface
surface
surface
4 mm low iron 4 mm low iron 4 mm low iron 4 mm low iron 4 mm low iron 4 mm low iron 4 mm low iron 4 mm low iron
tempered
tempered
tempered
tempered
tempered
tempered
tempered
tempered
patterned
patterned
patterned
patterned
patterned
patterned
patterned
patterned
glass
glass
glass
glass
glass
glass
glass
glass
Gas booster
Gas energy star rating
Nomimal gas
consumption (MJ/h)
Maximum
temperature (°C)
Gas inlet supply pressure
min-max (kPa)- NG
Water supply pressure
min - max (kPa)*
5.3
5.3
5.3
5.3
5.3
5.3
5.3
5.3
195
195
195
195
195
195
195
195
70
70
70
70
70
70
70
70
1.13 - 2.75
2.61 - 2.89
1.13 - 2.75
2.61 - 2.89
1.13 - 2.75
2.61 - 2.89
1.13 - 2.75
2.61 - 2.89
150 - 1200
150 - 1200
150 - 1200
150 - 1200
150 - 1200
150 - 1200
150 - 1200
150 - 1200
Water connections & settings
Tank
Inlet
RP ¾/20
RP ¾/20
RP ¾/20
RP ¾/20
RP ¾/20
RP ¾/20
RP ¾/20
RP ¾/20
Outlet
RP ¾/20
RP ¾/20
RP ¾/20
RP ¾/20
RP ¾/20
RP ¾/20
RP ¾/20
RP ¾/20
850
850
850
850
850
850
850
850
99
99
99
99
99
99
99
99
Ø22 copper
pipe
8pcs- Ø10
copper pipe
Ø22 copper
pipe
8pcs- Ø10
copper pipe
Ø22 copper
pipe
8pcs- Ø10
copper pipe
Ø22 copper
pipe
8pcs- Ø10
copper pipe
Ø22 copper
pipe
8pcs- Ø10
copper pipe
Ø22 copper
pipe
8pcs- Ø10
copper pipe
Ø22 copper
pipe
8pcs- Ø10
copper pipe
Ø22 copper
pipe
8pcs- Ø10
copper pipe
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
37
37
43
43
37
37
43
43
PTR valve operating
pressure (kPa)
PTR valve temperature
limit (°C)
Flat panel
Header pipe
Riser pipe
Maximum operating
pressure (kPa)
Number of STCs
Zone 1
Zone 2
41
41
44
44
41
41
45
45
Zone 3
36
36
44
44
36
36
45
45
Zone 4
31
31
38
38
31
31
39
39
*The water heater will operate at reduced performance if inlet water supply pressure is below 340 kPa
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Solar gas boosted evacuated tubes
dimensions and specifications
Product code
KSN27026E2A
KSL27026E2A
KSN27026E3A
KSL27026E3A
KSN34026E2A
KSL34026E2A
KSN34026E3A
2-4
2-4
2-4
2-4
3-5
3-5
3-5
3-5
indoor or
outdoor
indoor or
outdoor
indoor or
outdoor
indoor or
outdoor
indoor or
outdoor
indoor or
outdoor
indoor or
outdoor
indoor or
outdoor
evacuated
evacuated
evacuated
evacuated
evacuated
evacuated
evacuated
evacuated
tube
tube
tube
tube
tube
tube
tube
tube
outdoor
outdoor
outdoor
outdoor
outdoor
outdoor
outdoor
outdoor
Number of people
Tank location
Collector type
Gas booster location
KSL34026E3A
Number of panels
2
2
3
3
2
2
3
3
Number of tubes
24
24
36
36
24
24
36
36
Booster type
Type of gas
gas
gas
gas
gas
gas
gas
gas
gas
natural gas
LPG
natural gas
LPG
natural gas
LPG
natural gas
LPG
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
Flow rate
capacity (l/min)
Dimensions
Tank (H x D in mm)
1390 x 648
1390 x 648
1390 x 648
1390 x 648
1690 x 648
1690 x 648
1690 x 648
1690 x 648
Evac tubes panel
size(L x W x H in mm)
1640 x 1390
x 100
1640 x 1390
x 100
1640 x 1390
x 100
1640 x 1390
x 100
1640 x 1390
x 100
1640 x 1390
x 100
1640 x 1390
x 100
1640 x 1390
x 100
2.28
2.28
2.28
2.28
2.28
2.28
2.28
2.28
Tank
95
95
95
95
110
110
110
110
Evacuated tube
collectors (per panel)
37
37
37
37
37
37
37
37
17.2
17.2
17.2
17.2
17.2
17.2
17.2
17.2
Surface area per
collector (m2)
Net weight (kg)
Gas booster
Technical specifications
Tank
Capacity (L)
270
270
270
270
340
340
340
340
Booster type
gas booster
gas booster
gas booster
gas booster
gas booster
gas booster
gas booster
gas booster
al/glass/
silicone
al/glass/
silicone
al/glass/
silicone
al/glass/
silicone
al/glass/
silicone
al/glass/
silicone
al/glass/
silicone
al/glass/
silicone
borosilicate
glass
borosilicate
glass
borosilicate
glass
borosilicate
glass
borosilicate
glass
borosilicate
glass
borosilicate
glass
borosilicate
glass
Gas energy star rating
5.3
5.3
5.3
5.3
5.3
5.3
5.3
5.3
Nomimal gas
consumption (MJ/h)
195
195
195
195
195
195
195
195
Maximum
temperature ( C )
70
70
70
70
70
70
70
70
1.13 - 2.75
2.61 - 2.89
1.13 - 2.75
2.61 - 2.89
1.13 - 2.75
2.61 - 2.89
1.13 - 2.75
2.61 - 2.89
150 - 1200
150 - 1200
150 - 1200
150 - 1200
150 - 1200
150 - 1200
150 - 1200
150 - 1200
Evacuated tubes
Collector material
Glass tube material
Gas booster
Gas inlet supply
pressure
min-max (kPa)- NG
Water Supply Pressure
min - max (kPa)*
Water connections & settings
Tank
Inlet
RP ¾/20
RP ¾/20
RP ¾/20
RP ¾/20
RP ¾/20
RP ¾/20
RP ¾/20
RP ¾/20
Outlet
RP ¾/20
RP ¾/20
RP ¾/20
RP ¾/20
RP ¾/20
RP ¾/20
RP ¾/20
RP ¾/20
PTR valve operating
pressure (kPa)
850
850
850
850
850
850
850
850
PTR valve
temperature limit (°C)
99
99
99
99
99
99
99
99
Connection diameter,
compression fitting (mm)
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
Working pressure (kPa)
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
Zone 1
39
39
44
44
39
39
45
45
Zone 2
42
42
45
45
42
42
45
45
Zone 3
37
37
47
47
37
37
47
47
Zone 4
32
32
40
40
32
32
41
41
Evacuated tubes
Number of STCs
*The water heater will operate at reduced performance if inlet water supply pressure is below 340 kPa
26
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Peace of mind for the whole family
Kelvinator stands for quality. Which is why we can confidently offer up to 10 years
warranty on selected hot water system components and up to 3 years on labour,
keeping your family comfortable, day after day.
Warranty
Electrolux Home Products warrants that the Kelvinator models featured in this brochure are free from
defects in materials and workmanship for periods listed in the table below:
Kelvinator hot water system
components Warranty
Gas
continuous flow
Heat
All other
exchanger components
Storage tanks
& outdoor unit
Tank
Outdoor
All other
module components
Solar flat panel
collectors
Flat panel
All other
collectors components
Solar evacuated tubes
collectors
Evacuated
tubes
All other
components
Component
10 years
3 years
5 years
2 years
1 year
5 years
1 year
5 years
1 year
Labour
3 years
3 years
3 years
2 years
1 year
3 years
1 year
3 years
1 year
Product information
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described as at the date of issue. Under our policy of continuous product development, product
specifications may change without notice. Prospective purchasers should therefore check with their
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information supplied is to be used for general reference purposes only and is on the understanding
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including Trade Practices (Australian Consumer Law) Act and Regulations.
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