Energy savings with the Reclaim Energy CO2 Heat Pump Hot Water System

A Reclaim Energy CO2 Heat Pump Hot Water System uses leading technology to draw energy in from the ambient atmosphere and transfer it into heat. Ozone friendly refrigerant (CO2) absorbs the heat, which then flows into a compressor, where it’s converted into a high temperature gas. It then passes through a condenser within the water heat exchanger and the water is heated and then stored in the hot water tank for later use. No backup booster is required.

This means the Reclaim Energy CO2 Heat Pump Hot Water System requires much less electricity to heat water when compared to conventional hot water systems. In fact, the system will save up to 80% of hot water energy costs, year after year.

A Reclaim Energy CO2 Heat Pump Hot Water System has an average COP of 5 which means that for 1 kW of electric input, it generates about 5 kW thermal output. This is about 80% less energy when compared to traditional electric element hot water systems, where 1 kW of electricity generates 1 kW of thermal output. A comparison is given on a case study page for a Reclaim system versus other hot water technology solutions from a cost and performance perspective.

As electricity prices continue to rise year on year, a Reclaim Energy CO2 Heat Pump Hot Water System becomes the best, most financially sustainable option available.

Reclaim 315L Heat Pump

Also Available in 160L, 250L & 400L


Fully Installed

✔ Industry Leading Warranties
✔ Improved Performance
✔ Quieter Operation Noise (37dBA)
✔ Old System Removed
✔ Includes New Valves & Pipework


4 Preset Operating Modes

Single shot boost – providing all the hot water needed on demand

Off peak management ensures running costs are kept to a minimum

Continuous hot water with a set and forget feature

Glass Lined Enamel and Stainless-Steel tank options

CO2 refrigerant ideally suited to excel in cold weather conditions

CO2 refrigerant naturally environmentally friendly

High coefficient of performance (COP) creating high energy from low energy input

Quietest system on the market with an average noise level of 37dB