Rheem is Australia’s favourite hot water system… and it’s been that way since 1939, when Rheem started making water heaters in Australia. Generations of Australian families have relied on Rheem for water that is steady, hot and strong!
Rheem has the most extensive range of hot water systems available in Australia. Solar, gas or electric storage, continuous flow or heat pump. Rheem has a range energy efficient water heaters in capacities and sizes just right for every situation.
There is an unequalled network of experienced Rheem service agents across the country. No matter where you are in Australia there is expert advice available to ensure that you get the Rheem solution that is right for you.
Mains pressure gas storage water heaters deliver hot water instantly, as they keep a generous quantity stored hot and ready for your use. As they are at mains pressure, you can be sure of a strong flow of hot water, and the ability to service multiple showers or hot water needs at once.
A choice of 4 and 5 Star models, in a range of capacities means there is a model for every budget and family. And should you ever run short, Rheem’s high recovery models will have you back in hot water fast.
Rheem electric storage water heaters store hot water in the tank ready for immediate use. These products rely on an electric element(s), which is controlled by a thermostat, to heat water.
Larger model Rheem electric water heaters are ideal for use with low cost off-peak electricity, and are available in a range of capacities to suit most needs. The mains pressure advantage ensures full pressure to multiple outlets all at the same time.
Electric storage systems are a relatively inexpensive and reliable solution to your hot water needs.
Solar water heaters work by absorbing energy from the sun’s rays in the roof mounted solar collectors and transferring this to heat water stored in the tank. Ground mounted direct systems rely on an inbuilt circulator to push the water through the system, whereas roof mounted systems rely on a natural ‘thermosiphon’ effect.
Water passes through the solar collector where it is heated, then moves out of the collector and into the tank. The tank gradually gets hotter until the water reaches its maximum stored temperature. Indirect systems use a special heating uid, rather than water to absorb heat from the collectors. The heat is transferred to the water in the tank via a heat exchanger.