iStore Heat Pumps Jindalee

iStore Heat Pumps Jindalee –  Start Saving on Your Monthly Hot Water Bills Today – Save Massively Each Month

The iStore is designed to reduce the cost of hot water generation for residents of Jindalee. Electric hot water generation is the single largest contributor of household electricty costs, by usnig electric storage you can significatly reduce your heating costs.

Using iStore’s technology will greatly reduce your electricity costs while utilising effectively a renewable energy source.

iStore use’s a type of technology that converts air into hot water through the method of thermal energy transfer.

6 Reasons Why Jindalee residents Should use iStore Heat Pump


4 operating modes able to intelligently adtapt to all situations. Inclduing a hybrid mode for when additional guests are staying over and a vacation mode for when you are away on holidays.

Optimal Design:

The iStore features an external wrap around the heating coil, which provides maximum thermal energy transfer without the need for anti-corrosion connections.

Easy to Install:

Thanks to its light weight and refined design, the iStore is easy and quick to install. Depending on your existing system, it can take up to 2 hours.

Low Consumption:

The iStore consumes 1000w for the average resident of Jindalee of energy per hour during the air-to-energy process, which represents 3000 to 4000 watts in total for an average heating cycle of 3-4 hours.

Money and Energy Savings:

Heating water for the home accounts for up to 25% of the total energy usage for the average Australian household. iStore reduces water heating consumption by 2/3, while reducing CO2 emissions by 4 tonnes.

Cost Effective:

Thanks to renewable incentives, an iStore costs under $3000 and could save a household in Jindalee up to $950 per year on power bills. Which would mean that the iStore Heat Pump would pay for its self in just 3 years.

How The iStore Works:

1. The fan draws in air that contains heat energy which moves across the evaporator.


2. The liquid refrigerant is turned into a gas by the evaporator.


3. The refrigerant is pressurised by a compressor which turns the refrigerant into a hot gas.


4. The hot gas inside the condenser coil will then heat the water inside the coil-wrapping tank.


5. After heating the water the refrigerant reverts back to a liquid and continues on to the evaporator to begin the process again.


6. The cycle will repeat until the temperature that has been set has been achieved


7. While the water is being used in the home, the cycle will restart once the tank temperature has dropped to below 45 degrees celsius.

Technical Specifications:

Product Specifications

Heating capacity kW 3.4
Water tank capacity L 270 L
Power input kW 0.94
Running current A 3.97
Power supply 240V ~/50H z
Rated outlet water temp. °C 60
Air volume m ³/ h 450
Noise @ 1 m dB (A) 46.6
Water inlet / outlet size BSB / mm 20
Back up element kW 1.5
IP Rating X4



Height 1955 mm
Diameter 640 mm
Height to water inlet 99 mm
Height to water outlet 1194 mm
Hot water condensation
Height to PTR valve.
Height to anode 1094 mm
Net weight 157 kg


Warranty Information

Cylinder 5 years
Refrigeration & electrical 2 years
All other components 1 years

Water Heating Cost Comparison:

Hot water heating contributes to up to a quarter of the total electric costs for the average Australian household in Jindalee .

Heat Pump hot water systems reduces hot water heating consumption by two thirds from conventional electric or gas storage systems, while reducing CO2 Emissions by 4 tonnes.

Installing an iHeat Pump could save you up to $950 per year on your energy bills.


Energy Consumption:

Energy consumption in KWh per year based on 160L hot water used per day*