Aquatics and Commercial

Evo Industries Australia expands into hot water market

January 26, 2018

Following on from the announcement earlier this year that they are expanding into Asia through a Singapore office, Australian owned and operated heat pump specialists, Evo Industries Australia, has now also expanded into the hot water market with the November launch of their latest business, EvoHeat Hot Water.

“In today’s modern world, consumers are moving away from unsustainable products with high running costs and CO2 emissions,” says Travis McNeill, general manager of the Evo Group of companies. “At Evo, we match and exceed this global challenge with sustainable products that are extremely energy efficient, environmentally friendly and reliable. Heat pumps are fast becoming a mainstream heating solution for domestic and commercial industries and our advanced range of heat pump technology provides consumers with a cleaner and greener solution to hot water.”

Tim Martin has joined been appointed general manager of the EvoHeat Hot Water division, bringing more than 10 years’ experience in Australian and global water heating markets with high profile manufacturers, distributors and clientele.

“As much as 30 per cent of the typical Australian households’ energy consumption and carbon footprint can be attributed to hot water heating,” says Martin. “With rising energy costs and an increased emphasis on corporate environmental responsibility; businesses and consumers are looking for smarter alternatives to traditional costly methods of hot water heating.”

He says the Evo270 provides a fast return on investment, and cumulative energy savings of as much as $10,000 throughout the life of the system. It is also equally at home in both domestic and commercial applications; providing reliable, efficient, clean and safe, year-round hot water.

The Evo270 is also registered with the Australian Federal Government Clean Energy Regulator as an energy efficient water heater, meaning all Evo270 customers are eligible to apply for an STC rebate which contributes to the purchase of their system.


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