MicroHeat supplies two main types of electric continuous flow hot water systems, each of them available in a variety of different sizes to suit different requirements. Our two key products come in single phase and three phase options.
Key features of MicroHeat water heating solutions when comparing to others on the market, instant, highly efficient, continuous flow heated water at your preferred temperature.
The difference between the two types of MicroHeat electric continuous hot water systems comes down primarily to the electrical infrastructure in which they are installed.
Our Single phase electric hot water heaters are used when Single Phase power is supplied to the property, for central domestic hot water supply(Tandem Unit Installation), residential and commercial point of use, boosting existing hot water supply lines and as a hydronic heating source.
The three phase electric hot water heaters are used in medium to large homes(With 3 phase power) and commercial properties either at point of use or as central hot water sources, boosting existing hot water supply lines and as a hydronic heating source.
Both the single phase and three phase MicroHeat continuous electric hot water water heaters come in single and tandem unit installation options, enabling you to have access to a market leading range of power ratings and maximum hot water flow rate options for your new build or existing hot water replacement option.
Both the single phase and three phase water heaters are available in single and tandem unit installation.
MicroHeat has released a full range of single phase power options below our 9.6 kW(40 Amp) flagship product, that can accommodate the needs of customers who have restrictions on the rated power for appliances(Less than 9.6 kW), existing hard wired circuits(Between 20 and 40 Amps) and the size of the power cable coming into the switchboard on the property less than 80 Amps.
The single unit installation CFEWH Series 1 electric hot water system Single Phase units are designed for point of use applications, ranging from 4.8 kW up to 9.6 kW power ratings; they are ideal for providing continuous flow hot water for single or multiple hand basins, low flow showers(Up to 5 LPM), kitchenettes, boosting existing hot water supplies across residential and commercial installations. Our solutions can be designed in or installed as a replacement to inefficient or unreliably hot water delivery systems already installed.
The Tandem unit installation CFEWH Series 1 electric hot water system Single Phase are designed for installations where flow is needed to supply residential showers, kitchens and whole of home requirements in the winter months in Australia or when only Single phase power supply is available in commercial properties, ranging from 9.6 kW up to 19.2 kW power ratings; it’s ideal for providing continuous flow hot water for small dwellings, units and apartments. So if you’re designing your new property or if you’re looking to replace your existing inefficient hot water tank or change from gas to electric or an expensive communal hot water system, then our Single Phase Tandem Continuous Flow Electric Water Heating solutions are for you.
The single or Tandem unit installation CFEWH Series 2 electric hot water system Three Phase are designed for high flow, point of use or as a central hot water heater; it’s ideal for providing continuous flow hot water for single or multiple hot water outlets in residential or commercial plumbing when 3 phase power is available. If you have 3 phase power or looking to design in 3 phase power into your new build then our 3 phase water heating solutions will provide the hot water for your needs.
All the CFEWH product ranges are supplied with user settable temperatures from 20°C with factory set maximum settable options up to 43.5°C, 50°C – 60°C(Single phase and 3 phase) or 65°C(For 3 phase).
Let us know what power and temperature setting you require and we’ll provide a solution for you.
Both the single phase and three phase water heaters can be used in hydronic heating applications, speak to us if your looking for advice for your new system design.
Contact MicroHeat today if you would like to find out more.