- Work well with Hard Water
- Application: Pressurized (Main tank can be at lower height then solar water heater tank)
- Maximum Hardness of Water should be less than 500 ppm
- Ideal for maximum 6 person, 2 Bathroom Connection
- 1 Years Warranty
- Tank Volume- 200 LPD
- Maximum Pressure: 6 bar
- Safety Valve of 6 bar provided pressure pump operation.
- Glass Enamel lining in the inner tank provides strong protection against corrosion.
- Advanced Solar glass gives better performance in cloudy weather.
- Full plate absorber provides greater area for absorbing of sunlight resulting in faster heating of water.
- Electricity Bill Savings: 3000 units/year
|Capacity:||200 LPD/ 200 Litre|
|Electrical Back Up||2 Kwatt (Optional)|
|Inner Tank Material||Glass Enamel Coated|
|Max Operating Pressure||6 bar|
|Number of Collector||2|
|Outer Cladding||Pre-Coated Steel (RAL7035)|
|Outer Tank Material||Galvanized Iron Powder coated color steel|
|Product Certification||BIS, MNRE Approved|
|Space Required||2.5 m x 2.4 m|
|Tank Insulation||PUF 50mm (High Density polyurethane foaming)|
|Tank Protection||Magnesium Anode|
|Type :||Flat Plate Collector (FPC)|
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Solar Water Heater Working Principle
Solar water heater is a device used to heat water by trapping sunlight in it. Solar water consists of an insulated box that is painted black from inside. The copper pipes or tubes are fitted in this box in the form of a coil. The copper's pipes painted black from outside. The box is covered with a glass lid to prevent the loss of sunlight or heat due to convection and radiation. The ends of the tubes are connected to the storage tank. The cold water enters the storage tank from the bottom and flows into the tubes. The sun rays fall on the heating system and get trapped inside the box. As a result water inside the tubes starts getting heat up and becomes lighter. The heavier cold water from a storage tank which is at relatively lower temperature flows down into the tubes. And the hot water that is lighter flows into the storage tank. The circulation of water continues. The process by which the water gets heated is called a thermal siphon effect thus we get hot water by trapping solar energy. The solar energy is renewable, non-polluting and abundantly available.