Hot water comfort for your home
According to statistics from the German Federal Environment Agency, the use of hot water accounts for an average of about 16 % of the heat demand in households (as of 2016). At the same time, Germany's private households consume around 12 % of the energy for the provision of hot water alone, and this figure is as high as 25 % for electrically operated hot water heating. Hot water can therefore be a major energy guzzler. With a domestic hot water heat pump from alpha innotec, you can prepare the hot water you need in a cost-effective and climate-friendly way.
Domestic hot water preparation at a glance
The water that comes out of our taps is called drinking water. It is intended for human consumption and is also used for a variety of other purposes, e.g. personal hygiene, cleaning the house, watering the garden and much more. When drinking water is heated (usually between 30 and 60 °C), it is called hot water.
To reduce your energy demand, you can use a domestic hot water heat pump, which heats your domestic water in an economical and climate-friendly way. It doesn't take much: a consistently warm installation site with more than 10 °C for optimal efficiency and a power connection are all that is needed. The recipe for a more positive climate balance is therefore very simple.
A domestic hot water heat pump is primarily a sensible investment if hot water production via the central heating system is not an option. In such cases, electric instantaneous water heaters are often used. A domestic hot water heat pump would be the much more economical and climate-friendly solution here.