200 LPD High Pressure FPC Supreme Solar Water Heater with (2 x 1)m panel size
|You Save:||₹ 31,672 (46%)|
|Inclusive of all taxes|
Delivery to pincode 560037 - Bangalore Karnataka is available.
- Work with Hard Water
- No pipe Blocking
- Number of Panels- 1
- High Pressure ( Water Heater Tank can be higher than the main tank)
- High density compressed PUF Insulation (50 mm) to store hot water for up to 48 hrs.
- Ideal for 4-5 person
- 5 Years Warranty
- Inner Tank material- C.R.C.A Sheet,1.2 mm
- Support Structure- Mild steel with powder coating.
- Collector Fins- Ultrasonic welded with Nalsum coating. Copper pipe 24 SWG, Aluminium strip 0.20 mm
|Capacity:||200 LPD / 200 Litre|
|Flat Plate Collector Fins||9 Number|
|Glass Bleeding||E.P.D.M Rubber|
|Header Pipe||Copper 24 SWG|
|Inner Tank||1.2 mm C.R.C.A Sheet|
|Type :||Flat Plate Collector (FPC)|
|Insulation||50 mm thick PUC|
Supreme solar 200 ltr price in Bangalore, solar water heater 200 liters price, solar water heater manufacturer in India, Supreme solar 200 ltr, the solar water heater 200 ltr price, which is the best solar water heater, the solar water heater 200 ltr price in Bangalore. High pressure supreme solar water heater works well with water pumps that have been installed. This type of solar heater can sometimes be retrofitted to use existing storage tanks. The tank or collectors can be located in the more accessible or appropriate locations. The main advantage of high-pressure solar water heater is that the water pressure can be very high.
Solar Water Heater Working
A heating system consists of a cold water tank connected with the solar water container through a pipe. The cold water tank supplies water to the solar container. The solar container connected with the tubes which are made of copper. When sun rays fall on the copper tube the water gets heated up because of the conducting property of copper material. After getting heated up water becomes lighter in weight. The heavier cold water from a storage tank which is at relatively lower temperature flows down into the collectors. And the hot water that is lighter flows into the water 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.