Midea Solar Electric Heat Pump

Harvest the free energy from our plentiful air to heat your water with the advanced Midea heat pump.

This renewable energy water heating technology uses up to 65%* less energy than a conventional water heater, whilst providing reliable hot water all day and night

Bradford Hot Water

Make savings appear out of thin air

Midea Solar Electric Heat Pump Specification Sheet


Smart Technology

Heat pumps utilise an ingenious technology to efficiently transfer thermal energy directly from the surrounding air and into the water.
Not reliant on direct sun or fossil fuels to provide an energy source.
Heat Pump - Compact footprint

Stylish, Compact Footprint – single piece unit incorporating a top-mounted compressor to complement contemporary home design

Heat Pump - Highly efficient

Highly Efficient – Produces significantly more heat energy than the power input; saving on purchased energy and generating generous rebates

Heat Pump - Low Noise

Low Operating Noise – Operating at a very low 48 dBA will keep your neighbours happy and you will hardly know it’s there!

Heat Pump - Intelligent Controls

With a Midea Solar Electric Heat Pump, set up and operation monitoring is made simple thanks to an amazing, user-friendly touch pad interface and clear Liquid Crystal Display.

Bradford Heat Pump - 1kw to 4 kw

Uses up to 65% less energy. Heat Pump Hot Water

A heat pump is like an energy multiplier. From 1 kW of power input, it can create over 4 kW of output heat1. That’s a performance efficiency of a remarkable 400%. Where as conventional electric storage water heaters can only convert 1 kW of input power into 1 kW of output heat.

Bradford Solar Hot Water - Specifications
Bradford Solar Hot Water - 65% Less Energy

Midea Heat Pump – How it works

Harvest the free energy from the air to heat your water with the advanced Midea Heat Pump 

1. A fan draws in air, containing heat energy, across the evaporator

2. The evaporator turns the liquid refrigerant into a gas

3. The compressor pressurises the refrigerant into a hot gas

4. Hot gas inside the condenser coil heats the water inside the coil-wrapped tank

5. Refrigerant reverts back to a liquid after heating the water and continues to the evaporator for the process to start again

Heat Pump Specifications