Solar Water Heater
Solar water heaters — also called solar domestic hot water systems — can be a cost-effective way to generate hot water for your home. They can be used in any climate, and the fuel they use — sunshine — is free.Solar water heating systems include storage tanks and solar collectors. There are two types of solar water heating systems: active, which have circulating pumps and controls, and passive, which don’t.
ETC [Evacuated Tube Collector]
Solar Water Heater (ETC System) works on a simple principle ‘Black body heat absorption principle’. The principle says, ‘black colour absorbs maximum heat, more than any other colour’.
Solar water heating systems using vacuum tubes made of borosilicate glass with special coating to absorb the solar energy are called as Evacuated Tube Collector system (ETC Systems).
Vacuum tube, as shown in the sketch, is the main component, which absorbs solar energy. The vacuum tube is an assembly of two concentric, borosilicate glass tubes.
With the inclining cost of electricity, solar water heater have proven to be the most convenient alternatives available today for domestic uses. These Solar Water Heating systems perfectly designed for performance and durability, enduring both time and extreme conditions to which the collectors are exposed.
Harness the abundant and freely available energy of the sun to enjoy significant savings in your energy bills.
The term solar collector commonly refers to solar hot water panels. The solar water heating systems are manufactured using the highest quality materials and are designed to operate (virtually without any maintenance) for at least 10 to 15 years.
ETC Solar Manifold Gives perfect hot water output due to exact Square Meter Collector Area as per defined absorber area parameters compared to Solar Tubes Directly inserted in Tank Systems. ETC manifold solar water heaters are ideal for places which require hot water in quantities like hostels, hotels, industries, apartments, hospitals, community halls etc.