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Applied Energy Recovery Systems: Heat Pump Water Heater

January 10, 2004
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The E-Tech R106K-5 residential heat pump water heater has been improved to make the unit easier to install, maintain, and service, says the company. It can be used on new water heaters or added to existing home water heaters. The unit is de-signed to extract low-grade heat from ambient air, upgrade it, then transfer it as energy to heat water up to 130 degrees F. Air passing through the unit is cooled and dehumidified and can be used as free cooling and dehumidification for basements, enclosed garages, and workshops.

Applied Energy Recovery Systems, 6670-A Corners Industrial Court, Norcross, GA 30092; 770-734-9696; 770-453-9323 (fax); sales@aeretech.com; www.aeretech.com.

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