Sanden Brochure - Sanden Hot Water

Sanden Brochure - Sanden Hot Water
Save up to 78%* of your hot water
energy costs... rain, hail or shine!
Sanden. The leaders in hot water technology
Enjoy the higher STC rewards
even before you turn a hot
water tap on.
The Sanden Eco® system is the most energy efficient hot water heat pump
currently available on the market. As such, when you buy a Sanden system, you
receive the highest amount of Small-scale Technology Certificates (STCs) of any
currently available hot water heat pump system. These STCs can be used to
discount your purchase price. For more information, ask your local Sanden Dealer
or visit www.climatechange.gov.au or www.ret.cleanenergyregulator.gov.au
STC Rebate Zones
A Small-scale Technology Certificate (STC) is the equivalent of one
megawatt hour of renewable
energy generation. The Sanden Eco® Hot Water Heat Pump System attracts the STCs below,
which can be traded for a cash rebate. Eligible households can also claim State rebates.
Model
zone 1
STC Zone
zone 2
1
2
3
4
5
GAUS-160EQTA(C)*
26
25
31
33
33
GAUS-250EQTA(C)*
26
25
32
34
33
GAUS-250EQTB(OP)*
26
25
32
34
33
GAUS-315EQTD(C)*
26
25
32
35
33
GAUS-315EQTE(OP)*
26
25
32
34
33
GAUS-315EQTF(C)*
26
25
32
34
34
GAUS-315EQTG(OP)*
26
25
32
35
34
zone 3
zone 5
zone 4
* Refer to back page for technical specifications | Notes: This table details the number of STCs registered by The
Clean Energy Regulator (CER) for the Sanden Eco® Hot Water Heat Pump System. STC values are subject to change
without notice and are correct at time of printing. STC calculations are based on Off-Peak (OP) or Continuous (C) tariff.
Sanden. Striving to develop ‘Environmentally
Advanced’ Products.
Sanden is a Japanese owned global business, which has earned a solid reputation as a leader
in the field of heating and cooling technology. Our focus is to improve the living standards of all
Australians, via the development of environmentally advanced products.
Established:
July 30, 1943
Paid Up Capital:AUD 122.0 million (Fiscal
2012)* AUD1 = JPY90
Sanden Companies:
30 (In Japan), 54 (Overseas)
Number of Employees:4328 (in Japan),
8215 (Overseas)
Net Sales:AUD 2,686.0 million (Fiscal
2012)* AUD1 = JPY90
Sanden has 3 core businesses:
1. Automotive Air Conditioning Systems
Sanden has more than 50 years experience in the
production and global supply of air conditioning
compressors. It currently supplies some of the world’s
leading automotive brands, including VW, Honda, Ford,
®
Audi, Rolls Royce, Peugeot, Citroen, Renault, Landrover,
Fiat, Mercedes Benz & Kenworth.
2. Commercial Refrigeration & Vending Machines
Sanden’s extensive range of innovative and
environmentally sustainable refrigerator/freezer
showcases and “energy & labour saving” vending
machines is used in convenience stores, restaurants,
cafes and supermarkets and preferred by world leading
brands, including 7Eleven, Coca Cola, Pepsi and
Schweppes.
3. Household Living & Environment Systems
Sanden has applied its advanced understanding of heat
transfer technologies to the home environment, resulting
in the development of the highly innovative and superior
Sanden Eco® Hot Water Heat Pump system, which is
manufactured in-house at Sanden’s “state of the art”
factory in Japan.
Why consider an Air-Sourced Hot Water Heat
Pump System?
An air-sourced heat pump absorbs heat from the air and transfers it to heat water. It runs on electricity but is roughly
three times more efficient than a conventional electric water heater. It is designed to save energy, save money and reduce
greenhouse gas emissions.
Why purchase a Sanden Eco® Hot Water
Heat Pump System?
The superior design of a Sanden Eco® Hot Water Heat Pump ensures:
• Industry leading energy efficiency using only 22% of the energy required by an
electric storage hot water system.
• T
he most STC rewards for energy
efficiency, means you enjoy a greater
discount on the purchase price.
• Innovative technology - up to 50%
faster
heat recovery than currently
available Hot Water Heat Pumps.
• C
lass leading warranties, backed by
Sanden’s 30 years of operation in Australia.
• P
erfect to use with Off-Peak Electricity for
even more savings.
• S
plit system for ease of installation and
near silent operation.
How a Sanden Eco® System Works.
A heat pump is a device that uses a small amount of energy to move heat from one location to another.
It contains a fan that forces air through an evaporator that contains a refrigerant. The heat in the air passes through the
evaporator and is absorbed by a natural refrigerant, R744 (CO2), which is ozone friendly and does not contribute to
global warming.
The warm gaseous refrigerant is circulated in the system via a compressor. As it passes through the compressor, its
pressure rises, as does its temperature. This hot refrigerant then passes through a heat exchanger to heat the water,
which is finally pumped to the storage tank.
Hot Water
Supply
STORAGE TANK
Hot Water
Supply
(up to 65˚C)
Water
Supply
Superior Features and Benefits.
Unlike other hot water heat pump systems, the Sanden Eco® system uses a smarter split system where
the heat pump unit and stainless steel tank are installed separately. This allows easy on-site handling and
installation, as well as flexibility of the storage tank location, which can be up to 4 metres distance from
the heat pump unit.
Heat Pump Unit
• A
high Coefficient of Performance (COP=4.5^) results in
significantly reduced energy use and CO2 emissions.
• Up to 50% faster heat recovery than typical heat pumps. In
ambient air of 20 ºC it takes approx 4 hours to heat 315 L of
water from 17 ºC to 65 ºC.
• Uses unique Ozone friendly R744 (CO2) refrigerant.
• Simple installation by Plumber & Electrician, with no
Refrigeration Mechanic required.
• An automatic heating cycle, which makes it perfect for use
with Off-Peak tariff.
• Fitted with in-built freeze protection, making it suitable
for all
climates (ie. -10 ºC to +43 ºC operating range).
• No backup element required.
• Whisper quiet operation, with industry leading noise
level of
38 dB - very neighbour friendly!
• High quality, weather resistant construction
for outdoor
location.
• 3 year Warranty.
Stainless Steel Tank
• 3 x tank sizes offered – 160L, 250L and 315L.
• High quality, Australian made extra long life stainless
steel cylinder.
• Fully insulated for minimal heat loss.
• Mains pressure rated.
• 315 litre Tank with two installation options (tall with
a
reduced diameter or short with an increased diameter).
• Safety pressure and temperature relief valve supplied.
• 15 year Warranty.
Years of worry free hot water – we guarantee it
Every Sanden Eco® Hot Water Heat Pump System is fully backed by our extended
warranties. Sanden Eco® Hot Water Heat Pump units feature a 3 year warranty, while
the stainless steel storage tank has a class leading 15 year warranty, providing you with
peace of mind when installing your Sanden Eco® Hot Water Heat Pump System.
For full warranty conditions, please refer to www.sanden-hot-water.com.au
The Sanden warranty applies alongside, and in addition to, any rights or remedies to which you may be entitled under
the Australian Consumer Law.
How Sanden delivers
better Performance and
Savings.
Sanden employs superior R744 (CO2) refrigerant technology, so
that the amount of electrical energy required to heat the water
is significantly less than that required by a conventional electric
storage hot water system. In fact, the Sanden Eco® Hot Water Heat
Pump System consumes 1kW of electricity to generate 4.5 kW of
heat (COP = 4.5^), which equates to 22% of the energy used by
a conventional electric storage system. Consequently, with the
Sanden Eco® Hot Water Heat Pump System, you can save up to
78% of your conventional electric storage hot water energy costs!
Greenhouse CO2 Emissions
from Hot Water Systems
Source: Department of Environment & Climate Change NSW
Why employ R744 (CO2) refrigerant?
• It offers no ozone layer depletion and minimal global warming (ie. as per table below) versus other
commonly used refrigerants, should the system leak.
• It performs higher compression efficiency, with lower energy consumption, thereby allowing more
heat to be transferred to the water, for less energy used (i.e. excellent thermodynamic ability).
•The refrigerant temperature gets very hot, very quickly, so water temperature of 65 ºC, is achieved
almost instantly.
• S
anden is the only currently available HWHP in Australia, to employ “ozone friendly” R744 (CO2)
refrigerant.
R744 (CO2) refrigerant
and the environment.
It has a Global Warming Potential (GWP – see below
for explanation) of 1. Carbon dioxide is the baseline
measurement of how it will contribute to global warming
for a given mass.
Refrigerant
ASHRAE Number
IUPAC Chemical Name
Net GWP per 100 years
R744
Carbon Dioxide
1
R12
Dichlorodifluoromethane
10,900
R22
Chlorodifluoromethane
1,810
R134a
1,1,1,2-Tetrafluoromethane
1,430
R410a
R32/R125 (50/50)
2,087.5
Our system utilizes less than 1 kg of R744 (CO2) as a
refrigerant contained in a closed system at the factory.
Therefore, the installer does not need to charge the heat
pump on site.
Global warming potential (GWP) is a measure of how
much a given mass of greenhouse gas is estimated to
contribute to global warming. It is a relative scale which
compares the gas in question to that of the same mass
of carbon dioxide (whose GWP is by convention equal
to 1). A GWP is calculated over a specific time interval
and this time interval must be stated whenever a GWP
is quoted or else the value is meaningless.
See also:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Global_warming_potential
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_refrigerants
Whisper Quiet Hot Water.
Noise Levels
When purchasing a hot
water heat pump system,
noise levels are an important
consideration.
Sanden’s extensive research
has delivered a ‘whisper quiet’
operating noise level (38dB)
that ensures both you and
your neighbours’ lifestyles
remain unaffected by its
operation.
Source: Sanden Global Technology Centre
CASE STUDY
Cost savings achieved by a Sanden Eco®
Hot Water Heat Pump System versus a
conventional electric hot water system.
The table presents electricity consumption figures recorded by a Sanden customer, who replaced his
conventional electric Rheem Hot Water System with a Sanden Hot Water Heat Pump System, on 4.10.10. He
lives in the Sydney Metro area, has a family of 4 people (ie. Husband, Wife & 2 x Children) using hot water and
uses Off-Peak Controlled Load 2.
As can be seen, the reduction in usage achieved for the 2010/11 period, versus prior year, was approx. 80%,
while the reduction in $ Cost for the same period was 77% and this was despite a change of supplier and a
more expensive tariff (ie. increase of 18.7%).
From
To:
Days:
Rate (c/kWh)
Supplier
Usage (kWh)
Cost ($)
13.10.08
12.01.09
91
7.89
Integral
1368
107.90
12.10.09
11.01.10
91
9.58
Integral
1347
129.08
13.10.10
13.01.11
93
11.37
IntegralAGL
265
30.12
Announcing
the addition of
2 x new Tank
sizes to the
Sanden range.
The Sanden Eco® Hot Water
Heat Pump system is now
available with 160L and 250L
tanks, in addition to the current
315L Tall and Short tanks. So,
you can choose from 4 tanks,
each to be combined with the
Sanden Eco® Heat Pump unit,
as follows:-
315L Tall
315L Short
250L
160L
Tank size/shape
No. of persons using
hot water
Typical dwelling type
Suitable for Off-peak &
Continuous tariffs?
STC rebates available?
160L
1-2
Units/Townhouses
Continuous only
Yes
250L
2-4
Residential
Both
Yes
315L Tall
3-6
Residential
Both
Yes
315L Short
3-6
Residential
Both
Yes
Since 2009, the Campbell Creek Energy
Efficient Home Project* has compared the
energy usage of three homes, each with
different types of water heaters.
The latest testing, from January to
December 2012, confirmed that the Solar
Flat Panel system used 38% more energy
than the Hot Water Heat Pump.
Hot Water Systems Energy Usage Comparisons
House 1
4000
CC1
3000
kWh
Did you know
that Heat Pump
technology is more
energy efficient
than Solar?
2000
3862
kWh
1000
House 2
House 3
CC3
CC2
1250
kWh
1725
kWh
0
Electric Storage
Hot Water System
Hot Water
Heat Pump System
Flat Panel Solar
Hot Water System
- House 1 (CC1) - Electric, 50 gal capacity, EF=0.86, usage= 60 gal/day, set temp=120oF
- House 2 (CC2) - Hybrid Electric Heat Pump Water Heater, 50gal, EF =2.4,
set temp = 120oF, usage=60 gal/day
- House 3 (CC3) - Solar Water Heater, 85 gal, EF =0.91, set temp = 120 oF, 60 ft2 collector
area, electric pumps, usage=60 gal/day
*Source: http://cchouse1.dyndns.org:83/dashboards/Campbell%20Creek%20Fact%20Sheet.pdf
Specifications
Heat Pump
Stainless Steel
Storage Tank
All dimensions displayed in millimeters
Dimensions
Model No:
Weight
56 kg
Technical
Power Input
1.0 kW
COP (Heating Efficiency)
Refrigerant
Water Temperature Setting
Compressor
Electrical Supply
Circuit
Operating Noise Level
Ambient Air Operating Temperature
4.5 ^
CO (R744)
2
65 ºC
Variable
220 – 240V/50Hz/1Ph
15 Amps
38 dB
-10 ºC to +43 ºC
Water Connections & Settings
Inlet
½ ” BSP, 12.7 mm
Outlet
½ ” BSP, 12.7 mm
GAUS315EQTD/G
GAUS315EQTE/F
GAUS250EQTA/B
GAUS160EQTA
A
Height
1490 mm
2090 mm
1800 mm
1200 mm
B
Hot Water Outlet &
PTR Valve
1260 mm
1850 mm
1550 mm
950 mm
C
Heat Pump Return
1260 mm
1850 mm
1550 mm
950 mm
D
Sensor Port
940 mm
1330 mm
825 mm
435 mm
E
Cold Water Inlet /
Heat Pump Flow
200 mm
210 mm
210 mm
210 mm
F
Diameter
Weight
680 mm
570 mm
570 mm
570 mm
70 kg approx.
70 kg approx.
60 kg approx.
40 kg approx.
315 L
315 L
250 L
160 L
Storage Capacity
Water Connections & Settings
Tank Relief Valve Setting (PTR Valve)
850 kPa
Expansion Control Valve Setting (ECV)
700 kPa
Maximum Mains Pressure Settings
With ECV
500 kPa
Inlet Water Operating Pressure
Adjustable Tempering Valve
500 kPa
1400 kPa max.
Note: Materials and specifications are subject to change without notice.
Sanden International (Australia) Pty. Ltd.
6/17 Willfox Street, Condell Park, NSW 2200
PO Box CP296, Condell Park, NSW 2200
Sales Enquiries: (02) 9791 0999
Sales Fax:
(02) 9791 6601
Email:sales@sanden.com.au
Website:www.sanden-hot-water.com.au
* Calculated using ORER methodology
^ Tested under AS/NZ5125 requirements
# It takes just 4 hours to heat 315L of water, from 17o C to 65oC, in ambient air of 20oC.
Sanden Dealer:
For more information or your nearest Dealer/Installer, please call (02) 9791 0999 or visit www.sanden-hot-water.com.au
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