Solar Hot Water

How It Works

The solar thermal panels heat a glycol solution (anti-freeze). The heated solution travels to a heat exchanger where the heat is transferred to the domestic cold water supply. The heated water is stored in a tank that feeds into the traditional electric hot water heater. On a good day, the solar thermal system will adequately supply the building with hot water, eliminating the need for the electric water heater.

The system is self contained and will need regular maintenance throughout its lifetime. With proper care, the system should last 25 years.
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