Solar Water Heating
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By installing a Solar PriMeg Water Heater you would save up to 45% of your Electrical Bill. Solar water heater replaces your conventional electrical geyser using natural Sunlight to heat up water for bathing use. By Switching to Solar PriMeg Water Heater one reduces the time the electrical element is on and saves you money.
How does a Solar PriMeg Water Heater Work?
Solar PriMeg makes use of the flat plate collectors to trap and transfer the thermal energy from the Sun to water within Solar Geysers.
Flate plate collectors provide the best solar solution for the African climate. This technology is reliable and designed for the harsh climates.
The system works on a thermosyphon principal. This merely means that cold water sinks and hot water rises within a closed system. The driving force behind the physics is the change in water densities with varying temperatures.
Cold Water entering the system is pushed down to the bottom of the panel. As the heat transfers to the water, the water rises up the panel due to the thermosphysphon principal and back to the Solar Tank. This cycle continues through the entire day while solar energy is available. Once night falls no more heat transfer occurs and the cold water remain in the panel locking the hot water safety in the Solar Tank.
What happens in bad weather?
The Domestic Solar Water Heater is equipped with an electrical element which can be activated via a timer system. This works in conjunction with a thermostat to control the water temperature.
At the end of the day you will always have hot water what ever the weather conditions.
Solar PriMeg Technology Advancements
Solar PriMeg manufactures Superior Stainless Steel Solar Tanks. This offers unbeatable corrosion resistance and strength. The Molynebum within the Stainless Steel offers further protection against pitting.
Stainless Steel also offers the following advantages over the convient mild steel:
Offers Superior Corrosion Resistance.
Configurations and Type of Solar PriMeg systems.
Sizing your System For the Domestics Solar System the rule of sizing is about 50 litres per person.
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