Solar water heating industrials

Solar Water Heating Industrials


FPC (Flat Plate Collector)

The common type of solar collector which have been in use since the 1950s. The main components of a flat plate panel are a dark coloured flat plate absorber with an insulated cover, a heat transferring liquid containing antifreeze to transfer heat from the absorber to the water tank, and an insulated backing. The flat plate feature of the solar panel increases the surface area for heat absorption. The heat transfer liquid is circulated through copper or silicon tubes contained within the flat surface plate.


Salient Features
  • Both pressurised and non-pressurised systems available.
  • Robust construction.
  • PUF insulated hot water storage tanks.
  • Direct and indirect heating available.
  • More than 10000 LPD capacities.

Advantages
  • Excellent performance in the cold climates.
  • Minimum maintenance required
  • Less payback period


ETC (Evacuated Tube Collector)

The evacuated tube solar thermal system is one of the most popular solar thermal systems in operation. An evacuated solar system is the most efficient and a common means of solar thermal energy generation with a rate of efficiency of 70 per cent. As an example, if the collector generates 3000 kilowatt hours of energy in a year then 2100 kilowatt hours would be utilized in the system for heating water. The rate of efficiency is achieved because of the way in which the evacuated tube systems are constructed, meaning they have excellent insulation and are virtually unaffected by air temperatures. The collector itself is made up of rows of insulated glass tubes that contain copper pipes at their core. Water is heated in the collector and is then sent through the pipes to the water tank