The utility of hot water systems has increased significantly in the recent times for heating water. Their energy efficient mechanism not only ensures reduced electricity consumption, but also puts a great relief on your monthly expenses.    



One of the most popular brands in the industry, DUX brings noticeable changes from time to time, so as to provide a top class heat pump hot water system. It has a list of remarkable traits that can not go unnoticed, as highlighted below. Have a glimpse at some of these-

• With due credit to the improved inlet diffusion technology used in its design, it ensures faster water recovery in a comparatively lesser time period.

• It is certified to be energy smart and saves up to 25% of power in an ordinary home.

• Reduction in height has also been done, so that its compact size can fit very well into all areas. No further need to worry about installation.

• Both the storage tank and refrigeration system are fully insulated. It helps to control the heat loss into atmosphere.

• The altered dynamics of DUX heat pump is also worth consideration. There is a better air flow system that sustains its smooth working.

All the features it offers are available at marginally low prices that can match up with the requirements of every individual. So, choose a reputed company on the Web and make a wise choice.


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