- Work best with Hard Water.
- No pipe Blocking.
- Tank capacity- 165 LPD/Liters
- Ideal for 3-4 person with 1 bathroom connection.
- High density compressed PUF Insulation(50 mm) to store hot water for up to 48 hrs.
- Non Pressurized System (Main Tank should be above solar water heater tank).
- Coating- Glass Lined (Glass lining prevents any impurities form sticking to the tank).
- High quality tubes made from Borosilicate to minimize heat loss.
- Efficient performance in winter an partly cloudy days.
- Generates hot water without electricity or any other fuel.
- Maximum water Hardness- 600 ppm.
- Electrical Backup-Heater- 2kwatt (Optional).
- Number of tubes-12.
- Warranty- 10 years.
- Electricity savings-720 units/year.
|Maximum Water Hardness||600 ppm|
|No. Of Tubes||12|
|Product Certification||BIS, MNRE Approved|
|Shell Thickness||2 mm|
|Space Required||2*2.5.m (W*L)|
|Tank Insulation||PUF- 50 mm(Polyurethane Foam)|
|Type :||Glass Lined Coated Systems|
Questions And Answers
Solar water heaters are manufactured as pressure and non-pressure models. The pressure model is also known as high-pressure solar heaters. The high-pressure solar heater means water in the tank is under high pressure which is equal to the pressure of tap water. Non-pressure model is also known as normal pressure solar heater which means, water in the tank is under low pressure and is equal to the gravity of the water.
Normal Pressure Solar Water Heater
Vacuum glass tubes connected directly into the tank with a small holding tank on top of it. The normal pressure gravity system consists of a vacuum glass tube collector, an insulated storage tank and optional stand parts. The evacuated glass tubes are filled with water and exposed to the sun, thus heating up the water in the glass tubes.
High Pressure Solar Water Heater
An enclosed heating unit containing copper tubes connected indirectly to a tank. The tank may be located next to the heating unit or separately such as under the roof. The high-pressure solar water heating system features evacuated tubes and heat pipes. The evacuated tube absorbs sunlight and converts it into heat energy, this energy is then used in the process of heating water. There is no direct connection between the heating fluids in the copper tubes and the water being heated.