EvoEnergy to turn up the heat at WhiteWater World

Evo Industries Australia Pty Ltd

By Alice Richard
Wednesday, 01 March, 2017


EvoEnergy to turn up the heat at WhiteWater World

WhiteWater World’s water heating system is set to receive an energy-efficient overhaul, with EvoEnergy commencing a system upgrade for the water park’s 30 slides, water rides and pools in March 2017. The redesign will continue to heat the water to 27°C year-round, while cutting carbon emissions by more than 35%.

In total, 19 heat pumps will provide up to 3610 kW heating capacity, vastly improved energy efficiency and a reduction in running costs of more than 70%. In addition, the technology’s smart control and monitoring capabilities will also boost operational efficiencies.

“The EvoHeat CS200-GEN2 technology will allow us to monitor and remotely control all aspects of the water heating plant to ensure maximum comfort for our guests all year round,” said Troy Margretts, general manager park operations Dreamworld, WhiteWater World.

To complete the heating installation in time for May, various trades, including hydraulic engineers, plumbers, electricians, BMS/controls specialists, civil works contractors, labourers, gas technicians and design draftsmen, will converge on WhiteWater World.

“The financial savings over the existing gas boiler system are phenomenal. Our technology is incredibly economical and has helped pave the way for sustainable heat pump technology in Australia, slashing running costs and cutting carbon emissions for thousands of homes and commercial businesses,” said EvoEnergy Director Travis McNeill.

Main image courtesy of Dreamworld.

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