Commercial Newsletter: Issue 4

Commercial Newsletter: Issue 4 - Rheem

Rheem Commercial - November 2018

Welcome to the November 2018 issue of Rheem Commercial, bringing you the very latest Rheem news and case studies.

This month, we look at hot water heat pumps and their ability to play a vital role in delivering outstanding End of Trip (EoT) facilities – particularly when it comes to those installed in established buildings. The ideal option for projects where installation spaces are tight and challenging, the energy-saving capabilities of heat pumps also enable them to boost a building’s NABERS energy rating and transform their sustainability credentials.

We take a look at how Rheem heat pump technology is powering EoT facilities in a major office building in Parramatta, western Sydney, where workers are now able to enjoy a hot shower after cycling to work. We also check in at a major Perth landmark to see how heat pump-powered EoT facilities are enabling owners to improve the building’s marketability and sustainability credentials.

While air-to-water heat pumps typically get all the attention, Rheem Commercial’s new water-to-water heat pumps are also starting to attract some well-deserved accolades. Perfect for domestic hot water production, they allow substantial savings in energy use and heating costs while simultaneously reducing a building’s chilling load.

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Limited space calls for innovative hot water solution

Owned by Australian Unity, 10 Valentine Avenue in Parramatta, NSW is a modern office building comprising 14 levels of office space.

Predominantly leased to the NSW State Government, the property is located approximately 100-metres from the Parramatta Bus and Railway Interchange and Westfield Parramatta.

High efficiency heat pump to help boost NABERS rating

140 St Georges Terrace is a landmark address located at the focal point of Perth’s CBD.

Surrounded by the city’s banking and financial institutions, it also offers close proximity to Hay Street and Murray Street shopping malls, as well as leading eateries and hotels.

Clever water heater solution for crowded plant room

A Rheem Commercial heat pump was an obvious choice when it came to delivering a highly-efficient hot water supply and enhanced building sustainability to the heritage listed office building at 33 Alfred Street, Sydney.

Heat pump the ideal solution for landmark refurb

When it came to upgrading an old Rheem Heavy Duty Gas Plant in an A-Grade Sydney CBD building, high efficiency was a must. Which meant a Rheem Commercial heat pump system was an obvious choice.