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Solar Water Heaters

Why Use Solar Water Heating?

This energy source is virtually inexhaustible and is also at our disposal for the next million years. Fossil fuels such as coal, natural gas, or oil are, in contrast, limited. The next generations will not be able to use them without restriction, so the sun presents itself without a doubt as the energy of the future.Using solar can reduce your dependence upon the utility, as well as the fossil fuel companies that supply it. It helps reduce the nation’s reliance on foreign energy sources. Solar is as reliable as getting your energy from the utility, as well. As long as the sun is shining, you’ve got energy.

1. Environmental Impact

It is a fact that most of our energy comes from burning fossil fuels. This leads to a wide array of environmental problems, including human-caused climate change, acid rain, mountaintop removal for coal and tar sands, and health effects around power plants. The use of nuclear energy and its long-lived, poisonous byproducts is an important issue to many.

2. Financial Benefits

When you choose to use solar to replace all or part of what you had been using the utility for, that comes with financial savings on your utility bill. Solar-electric, as popular as it is, does not have as high an energy and cash savings per amount spent as does solar water heating. It is easy to see 50% to 100% savings on your bill, helping systems to recoup the original investment in 5 years, and as little as 3 years. The time depends largely on your local solar resource and how much utility energy costs.

How does a solar heating system work?

The heart of a solar heating system is the collector. A flat-plate solar collector, the most prevalent collector form, is made up of a selectively layered absorber that serves to absorb the incoming solar radiation and transforms it into heat. This absorber is embedded in a thermally insulated box with a transparent cover (usually glass) to minimize thermal loss. A heat conducting liquid (usually a mixture of water and non-environmentally damaging anti-freeze) flows through the absorber and circulates between the collector and the warm water storage tank. Thermal solar energy systems will be brought into operation through a solar automatic controller. As soon as the temperature on the collector exceeds the temperature in the storage tank by a few degrees, the regulator switches on the solar circulation pump and the heat conducting liquid transports the heat received from the collector to the storage tank.

Heating Systems we are providing for Residential & Commercial

1) FPC (Flat Plate Collectors) System- These are metallic type system have a longer life.
2) ETC (Evacuated Tube collectors) System: These type of systems are made up of glass and are fragile.