Solar thermal energy
A Solar thermal energy is an excellent choice for hot sanitary waters, and can reduce energy bills by up to 80%.
The sun is the largest source of free renewable energy.
With reduced investments, the use of solar energy saves up to 80% in the heating of sanitary water and up to 30% in the heating of the dwelling.
A surface of 4 to 6 m2 of solar collectors on the roof is sufficient to produce warm sanitary waters for a single-family villa.
The thermosiphon system is used especially in single-family homes due to its low cost and for not taking up space inside the dwelling. It is indicated for heating water volumes up to 300l.
On days of lower heat stroke, water heating is guaranteed by a support system, an electrical resistance or a water heater.
In soo-forced circulation systems, the accumulator is installed inside the housing, allowing to reduce thermal losses since it is no longer in contact with cold air. It is more aesthetically pleasing because it is no longer necessary to deposit on the roof.
Energy support can be provided by another water heating equipment (heat recuperator, boiler or water heater).
It's more efficient than the thermosiphon since it has a controlled circulation system,
Soments of the Solar Thermal System
- Clean Energy, does not generate pollution
- It's free, they don't have consumption costs
- It is autonomous and when it has little income due to little sun it is still supported by the second energy still obtaining minimum savings results
- New ranges of panels with higher yields and material quality
Soth Solar Thermal System Outages
- Investment from intermediate to more expensive
- Sem sun or sunlight does not produce thermal energy
- Occupy outer space for example on the roof compromising aesthetics
- Imseries annual focus