This is what the family that started the Dux water heater company decided when they named their company, that they would strive to make the best and have the best products that Australia could produce and they have been striving to do this ever since they began in 1915, when they started out with their ceramic hot water system, today they offer the Dux proflo to home owners to help keep their water nice and toasty warm.
The range of products are form solar systems to the less popular electric systems and there will come a time when you are no longer able to buy an electric system at all. Due to government regulations new houses that are being built now have to install environmentally healthier choices for their home, this means you are installing either a solar system, gas or heat pump hot water heater and the electric tank is being slowly but surely phased out.
This does not mean that you cannot get constant hot water, with the technology that is available, the enviro systems are just as capable of keeping you with hot water 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. So it may be only a matter of time before the proflo system is no longer in production due to the demand for the alternatives that are available. Check this out if you are looking for an efficient solar powered equipments.
When you look at the numbers it is no wonder that more and more people and the government are encouraged to use gas and the sun to heat water, when a family uses an electric water heater they are producing around 4 tonnes of greenhouse gases each year, whereas if you install a solar powered water pumps you are producing around 60% less. That is a huge difference and perhaps should be used as a means of turning people away from the older systems.
Unfortunately Australia is one of the countries in the world who produces more greenhouse per person than other countries and as a result we are considered a grubby lot of polluters, it would be nice to change this trend that we have happening and make our country one of the ones that leads the world in keeping our planet a healthy place to live. It would be great to have other countries look to us to see how we achieved this and if we start small by making our individual homes a place of small carbon footprints then maybe we will make a difference in the long run, it has to start somewhere and why not with us, in our private environments. What we do at home will translate to what we do in business and before you know it we have a country that can be proud to say we are carbon footprint savvy and know how to live on a planet without turning it into a giant tip, which is what we have been doing so far, one great dumping ground.