How Does Magic Thermodynamic Box Work

Please find below some brief details on our new Thermodynamic Hot Water system. It is unique, innovative, proven technology, manufactured in Europe under ISO 9001 and the one product on the market that fits in all situations. The Magic Box is now available and is available for inspection. You will be impressed by the ingenious but simple technology and the mass of benefits it provides to your customer and your business too.

“Reduce your hot water bills from £400 to £40!”

 

How the Magic Box works:Magic Thermodynamic box image

The Magic Box in simple terms is a fridge in reverse. The panel absorbs heat from the atmosphere into fluid circulating through the panel, as the panel heats up it evaporates and leaves the panel, it becomes a hot compressed gas which then passes through a heat exchange inside the Magic Box and heats the water, the gas then passes through a valve and reverts back into a fluid, the fluid then returns back into the panel and the process is repeated. It is as simple as that.

How the Magic Box connects:

The Magic Box system is very simple to install. We connect into the cold feed in and the hot feed out. The cylinder fills with cold water and then a pressure valve closes. The water in the cylinder then circulates through the Magic box until it reaches 55 degrees. Once this is achieved the systems goes into standby. This means that the existing cylinder is utilized and does not need to be replaced. The installation time is 3 to 4 hours only. Minimum disruption to the home owner and waste reduced to a minimum.

The Magic box actual size is only Width 410mm x Depth 340mm x Height 299mm

Not only do we have the magic box hot water system but we also have our own domestic Thermodynamic heating system that heats to 65 Degrees with a 16 kw output.

Customer Savings

The cost to run this system is around 1kw per day for 200 litres of hot water. So if electricity is 11p it’s £40 per year running cost.

The average household bill is £1,200 per year, the Energy Saving Trust says 35% of your bill is for hot water i.e. £400 is cost of a years hot water.