Since 1915, Dux is committed to producing high quality products and to the on-going development of new products.
Dux systems are made in Australia and have a high focus on quality. Dux provide gas, electric, solar, gas boosted solar, and heat pump hot water systems from continuous hot water systems to storage systems.
The Airoheat® is the industry’s most awarded heat pump hot water system. An easy one piece, compact design makes for a quick and simple installation and now includes an innovative de-icing function so there’s no need for a back-up element. Management by the innovative Hotlogic® controller allows the Airoheat to keep running in cold climates.
With a choice of either electric or gas boosted. The electric boosted solar system has a multi-temperature sensor vitreous enamel tank configuration, a patented hotlogic® processor that constantly searches for and switches to the cheapest available energy source. The gas boosted solar system has mains pressure hot water unlike continuous flow boosted systems, a low megajoule consumption burner, the patented Panel Management System protects against overheating in summer & frost damage in winter and is fully compliant to the new solar legislation.
Dux offers a number of gas hot water systems. The prodigy 4 & 5 series are a gas storage system range, whereas the Endurance series are a continuous flow alternative for gas hot water systems. The 4 series has rapid reheat, available in both natural gas and LPG. The 5 series has patented flue damper technology delivering 5 star gas efficiency by dramatically reducing heat loss after the heating cycle.
The electric systems have full flow pressure to all taps, easy installation with water connections on both sides of tank, indoor or outdoor installation and with 25L & 50L feature attractive appliance white finish for a cleaner modern look.
With the continuous flow endurance range and next generation continuous flow range, you can heat water as required resulting in reduced running costs and lower gas bills, you will never run out of hot water.
Find out more from the Dux website: http://www.dux.com.au/hot-water