• Thermann Hybrid Heat Pump

    Electric · Heat Pumps

    Key Specifications

    Application Range (Operating Temp.)
    -5 to +42°C
    Seasonal Coefficient of Performance (COP)
    3.94kW Output for 1kW of Input
    Rated Voltage

    Not designed for commercial use

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    • Warranty Information

      Domestic Warranty

      5 Years Cylinder
      2 Years Parts and Labour

      Domestic Warranty on a timed recirculation system

      2 Year Parts and Labour

      Additional Information

      If your Thermann heat pump was purchased and installed from 1st July 2023 through the SOLAR Victoria - SOLAR HOMES program, your Thermann Heat Pump is warranted for five years on all components.


      2 Year Parts and Labour

    • Considerations


      Can be connected to extended (16hr) off peak tariffs

      Ease of installation as a heat pump uses similar connections as an electric hot water system and similar footprint

      Takes heat from ambient air to heat water

      Solar PV ready

      Environmentally friendly


      Tend to be quite heavy

      Suited to warmer climates

      Higher upfront costs

    Always use a licensed plumber when installing a hot water system.

    Engineered in Germany for Australian conditions, The Thermann Hybrid Heat Pump extracts heat from ambient air and quietly transfers it to heat water. It comes with a removable casing for easy cleaning and servicing where access is limited. With a built-in manual element boost, for high demand conditions, and solar PV ready, it truly is the smart way to heat your water.

    • Solar PV-ready
    • 7 day booster element (1.8kW) comes as standard
    • Maintenance free power-impressed anode
    • Backup manual booster element for high demands
    • Operates from –5°C up to 42°C
    • Inbuilt ‘active defrost’ function
    • Smart Grid and Solar PV-ready
    • Quiet operation at 45dB

    How it works

    1. A fan draws air through an evaporator. Thermal energy within the air is transferred to a liquid refrigerant causing it to change into a gas.

    2. The refrigerant gas is then drawn into a compressor which increases the pressure and as a result increases the temperature.

    3. A condenser (heat exchanger) then transports the hot gas refrigerant around the outside of the water tank. This heats the water inside the tank and the gaseous refrigerant reverts back into a liquid.

    4. The pressure of the refrigerant is reduced as it goes through an expansion valve and returns to the evaporator for the process to start again.

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  • Thermann Hybrid Heat Pump line drawing
    Electrical details 220L 300L
    Rated Voltage 230 230
    Rated Current (Amps) 9.70 9.70
    Power Consumption Boost Element (kW) 1.6 1.6
    Application Range (Operating Temp.) -5 to +42°C -5 to +42°C
    Seasonal Coefficient of Performance (COP) 3.94 3.58
    PTR Valve (kPa) 850 850
    Refrigerant R134a R134a
    Refrigerant Capacity (kg) 0.85 0.85
    Anode Type Maintenance-Free Impressed Current Anode Maintenance-Free Impressed Current Anode
    Cylinder Capacity (L) 220 300
    Total Height (A) (cm) 1545 1913
    Total Diameter (B) (cm) 690 690
    Electrical Entry (C) (cm) 1160 1150
    Outlet Height (D) (cm) 935 1287
    Inlet Height (E) (cm) 218 218
    Weight (Empty) 120 135