Bosch Hot Water Systems
Bosch has been supplying hot water products to Australian market now for over 60 years. Bosch has a research and development plant located in Germany where they invest over 130 million Euros per year into coming up with new and improved methods of heating hot water and at the same time using less energy.
If a house was piped up to gas, then the chances are it had a Bosch Hot Water Service installed. Probably the most common house hold hot water heating service unit homes had installed around Adelaide back in the late eighties was a Bosch Water Wizard or 10P, 13P and 16P units. Although today these units can no longer be supplied to the domestic market from new as they no longer meet the energy requirements stipulated by the government, they can still be repaired giving them another lease on life.
It’s not just the domestic market which Bosch cater for when it comes to heating of water, they offer an extensive range of commercial and industrial boilers. With units from there range of
condensing systems they offer a huge amount of heating capacity along with great efficiency and low noise impact making them ideal for commercial applications where tenancies are sharing party walls.
Today Bosch have quite a significant grip over Hot Water installs throughout Adelaide and the range they offer is very extensive. With all of the models for sale starting at a minimum of 5-star energy rating your costs of heating hot water have never been cheaper. Depending on the size of your property and the amount of bathrooms you have Bosch offer entry level units which deliver 17L per minute and offer a much larger model which delivers 26L per minute which is more suited to large homes with two or more bathrooms.
In South Australia there is only a small handful of the recently released 4000S model instant hot water units installed. Mayfair Plumbing and Gasfitting are one of the two companies in the state who have recently been involved with the introduction of the technology to the market. Bosch now offer a wide range of room sealed instant hot water services. Not like their competitors, Bosch offer a range of models catering to every possible situation with flow delivery starting at 12L per minute up to 20L per minute exposing themselves to a huge gap in the Adelaide hot water market. These new models are now achieving energy ratings beyond what previously thought achievable, with technology such as slow start the new Bosch 4000s only delivers full flow of hot water once maximum temperature is achieved saving the consumer on excessive energy bills.