*Product cost and install cost have been provided as a guide only. They assume average retail product costs and a standard installation with no unforeseen extras. You should always obtain one or more quotes to determine your actual costs, and Dux does not take responsibility for any price discrepancy between the installed cost above and your actual installed price.
All rebate amounts listed are valid for 27/03/2017 only. Actual STC amount received will be based on values and criteria at the date the completed assignment form is recieved.
Eligibility criteria apply for all Federal and State/Territory rebates.
By accessing or using the Hot Water Selector, you agree to the conditions set out below. These conditions may change at any time without notice. By continuing to use this tool, you accept the conditions that are current at the time you use the site.
Rebate information contained in this website was sourced from Federal, State and Territory Government webpages relating to Rebates. The information is published in good faith and is accurate to the best of our knowledge at the time of publication. All rebates are subject to satisfaction of the eligibility criteria specified by the relevant State or Federal legislation. You should always refer to the relevant regulation or legislation published by the respective governments yourself to ascertain the relevant eligibility criteria before applying for a Rebate.
Any and all running costs should be relied upon as estimates only. Independent Energy Consultancy, Energy Consult Pty Ltd was engaged to calculate estimated per annum energy costs of Dux water heaters in different locations across Australia. Energy Consult have undertaken similar assignments for Sustainability Victoria and in 2010 produced the Government report "Estimated Hot Water System Running Costs in Victoria." The same methodology used to develop the report for Sustainability Victoria was applied to the calculation of energy running costs for each Dux water heater. This methodology utilises TRNSYS outputs of water heaters for each climatic zone, estimated hot water loads to the Australian Standard 4234:2008 and current energy tariffs. Energy consumption figures are based on AS4234 TRNSYS modelling. The amount of energy (MJ) used per day is calculated from answers provided in the Hot Water Selector. This MJ rating is then grouped into either a medium or large load size according to AS4234 in order to determine estimated energy use by system type. Estimated yearly running cost savings are based on the difference between your current hot water system (selected in initial questions) and installing the recommended systems.
Energy tariffs have been provided by Energy Consult Pty Ltd and are current as per the report prepared on 28th June 2016. NT uses Brisbane tariff. ACT tariffs were sourced from ActewAGL
Dux Manufacturing provides this calculator in good faith as a guide to product selection only. Any significant variance from the hot water usage entered may have the effect of changing the result as to which hot water system is most appropriate for the user. Dux Manufacturing does not take any responsibility for erroneous estimations as to hot water usage. If in doubt, the user should seek specific advice regarding their individual needs from an appropriate qualified plumber or a consultant of Dux Manufacturing prior to installing a hot water system.
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If you are not sure of your current tariff, it will be assumed you are on continuous tariff, for running cost and carbon emission comparison purposes. Continuous tariff has 24 hour availability where as off peak tariffs typically have restricted hours of operation (normally between 7 and 18 hours a day). It is recommended you find out your actual tariff before completing this calculator to ensure the most accurate results possible.
Installing the following systems will require the tank to be relocated which will impact on the cost of installation
Installing an Electric Boosted System may require the tank to be relocated also.