4.9 kW Heat Pump Hire

  • 105kg;
  • 1239mm H x 612mm W x 768mm D

4.9 kW Heat Pump Hire

  • 105kg;
  • 1239mm H x 612mm W x 768mm D

This is one of Australia’s first commercial portable heat pumps. The WPH 168 boasts a massive 5.5kW of heating and 4.9kW of cooling.

 $65.00 Per Day Incl. GST

Day based pricing : 4.9 kW Heat Pump
$65.00 / days
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Typical Uses:

  • Offices
  • Retail Shops
  • Server Rooms
  • Class Rooms
  • Temporary Buildings
  • Dimensions: 1239mm H x 612mm W x 768mm D
  • Weight: 105kg
  • Power: 240 volt - 9.5 amps
  • Air flow: 715 m3/hr
  • Model: WPH 168

The WPH 168 Portable Heat Pump

This reverse cycle air conditioner comes complete with an intelligent control system, incorporating a fully adjustable thermostat, self-diagnostic function, adjustable fan speed, and an alarm to advise you when the condensation bucket is full. There is now no need for those small power-thirsty electric heaters.

Check out our WPH 136 Heat Pump


Only 4 out of 7 Days Charged. We do not charge freight days

  • 5.5kW Heating
  • 4.9kW Cooling
  • Intelligent Control Panel
  • Automatic restart

How does a heat pump work in the winter?

A heat pump absorbs heat from the outside air and blows it inside to warm your home up. They are much less expensive to run than a gas furnace because they use a very small amount of electricity.

Does a heat pump cool as well as an air conditioner?

Heat pumps can heat AND cool the air, unlike air conditioners. Even when it comes to cooling your house down, heat pumps are more efficient compared to A/Cs.

What temperature is a heat pump not effective?

Although heat pumps are more efficient than A/C normally, they aren’t able to retain their efficiency between 25 and 40 degrees Fahrenheit. Heat pumps are much better for temperatures above 40 degrees. Anything below and they start using more energy, making furnaces more efficient at that point.

How do you reset your heat pump?

To reset your heat pump, turn the thermostat and the pump off first. Turn off any associated breakers and let the refrigerant settle for at least three to five minutes. You can clean out the filters or ducts while you wait. Then, turn the system back on in reverse order.

What is the average life expectancy of a heat pump?

On average, heat pumps last for 10 to 15 years depending on your use and maintenance. Some have also reported their systems remaining operational for up to 50 years, but that is rare.