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AquaMAX E160

AquaMAX E160

E160S24, E160S36, E160S48, etc...
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    Peter

    PeterSouth East Queensland, QLD

    Piping Hot Water!

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    cherub

    cherubSouth East Queensland, QLD

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    Excellent

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    Good value, if not going for solar.If like me the system is inside the house this uses little space.
    The size is great for medium sized family-4 to 5. Have had it for almost 2 electricity accounts & kilowatt usage is down from the old smaller (140litre)system. Never has run out of hot water even with extra 2 people visiting.
    Nothing really, just hope it lasts for some years.

    Questions & Answers

    Jay

    Jayasked

    E160

    Hi, Not sure of the model number, but how do the running costs compare between the single element aquamax 315 3.6 kw and the double element one?
    Thanks,
    Jan

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    Ian M.

    Ian M.asked

    E160S36

    Unit appears to have stoped working has power but not heating?

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    PhantomBj

    PhantomBjasked

    E160

    Hi, just wondering how your running costs have gone since installing this. I have an old unit (125L?) that costs a bomb. Trying to figure out if new models really are cheaper more efficient? Cheers

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    cherub
    cherub

    Hi, has been reasonable energy efficient for a storage system. A lot better insulated than an our older model so once it heats up it holds heat. It is inside a cupboard which I use for air drying any damp clothes. Doesn't give off nearly as much heat a 2 previous systems. Of course electric storage units are not the cheapest hot water. On demand gas is probably best but I don't have gas going past & would need tanks delivered. Keeps up to our demand of 4 adults (2 being in their 20s showering twice a day). Average usage over the year is 600 KWs per quarter. Hope this helps.

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