The Rheem Solar Hot Water Range: Choose One That Suits You!
History of Rheem Hot Water
Rheem® manufactured its first gas water heaters in Australia at Waterloo, an inner Sydney suburb, in 1939. Electric water heaters commenced manufacture in 1945.
Over the years, the Rheem product range has diversified and has set up manufacturing
plants as markets have developed. The most up-to-date technology has been installed to keep Rheem at the forefront of manufacturing techniques.
Rheem Australia Pty Ltd is headquartered with its manufacturing operations in the Sydney suburb of Rydalmere. Additional manufacturing operations are located in Melbourne and Perth. Rheem proudly manufactures gas & electric storage, heat pump and solar water heaters for domestic, commercial & large scale project applications in Australia.
The Rheem Range of Solar Hot Water Systems
Today, Rheem offer their customers a range of three different types of solar hot water- choose which is best for you and your family.
There are two Hiline® models:
One is ideal for warmer climates and areas with good water quality. Please note this product is not suitable for frost prone areas. The second is ideal for cooler climates, prone to frost with good water quality..
Ground Mounted Rheem Loline® olar Hot Water System
The Loline® models combine slim, roof mounted collectors, with a ground mounted tank, reducing the structural load and visual impact on your roof.
There are two Loline® models
One is designed for warmer climates and areas with good water quality. Please note this product is not suitable for frost prone areas. The second is designed for cooler climates and all weather conditions, and offers you true frost protection.
Rheem Heat Pump Systems
There are many times when solar collectors on the roof are not suitable to use. Lack of a north-facing roof area, or problems with shading can count out roof-mounted collectors. So can local planning regulations, such as declared Heritage areas. Sometimes you’d just prefer nothing on your roof!
Enter the Rheem range of heat pumps. These clever units work like a refrigerator or air conditioner in reverse. In simple terms, they use a small amount of electricity to capture the heat that the sun has put into the atmosphere.
The savings from using a heat pump can be similar to those expected from units with standard collectors.
Rheem supply 3 different domestic heat pump models, to suit different sized families, and different climatic areas. There’s one that will suit your family.