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Hot water, radiant floor heating and condensation boiler in Santa Fe, New Mexico This installation, from our perspective, presents an almost perfect energetic combination.
Solar hot water + solar heating + radiant floor + pool climatization + air conditioning in Colorado Springs, Colorado The solar collectors that feed the hot water and the radiant floor heating system are on the back building´s facade. The radiant floor has been equipped with a cooling system using a reversible heat pump.
Solar hot water and heating in Fort Worth, Texas Solar energy can be used, not only to generate hot water, but also to support the heating system in winter, which translates in significant fossil fuel savings.
Solar hot water + heating + heated pool in Amarillo, Texas. Single-family home of 200 m2 with a family of 4.
Solar energy in Ontario, California Solar energy can be used not only to generate hot water, but also to support the heating system in winter, which represents significant fossil fuel savings.
Solar heating, hot water and gas boiler in St Petersburg, Florida. This time we see an installation of solar hot water for a 4 person 200 m2 house.
Solar energy for hot water and heating in Chula Vista, California. To heat water using solar energy, we can use the so-called solar vacuum tube collectors, present in the photograph, which are characterized by a higher return, they can heat water to a higher temperature.
Solar hot water and heating for a 3 story apartment building in Charleston, South Carolina. Installation of hot water and radiator heating and a high-performance diesel boiler with a 1000L deposit, in 3 apartments.
Solar hot water and heating in Fort Worth, Texas
Solar energy can be used, not only to generate hot water, but also to support the heating system in winter, which translates in significant fossil fuel savings.
here are different types of solar panels or plates.
On the one hand, there are the photovoltaic, also called modules, which are composed of solar cells, consisting of a semiconductor, silicon, which converts photons from sunlight into electrons.
Then, there are plates, panels or thermal collectors, these three terms being synonymous.
Thermal plates can be, in turn, of different types. The most common are flat plates. There are also high-performance or vacuum tube collectors. The flat plates that we can see in these images, are crossed by pipes with a liquid inside that is heated as it crosses the plate. The appearance of solar vacuum collectors is different. They are not box like, as these, but each tube is wrapped in a glass cylinder which is in a vacuum. This way the isolation of the tube is much greater and the water reaches higher temperatures. These two types of plates are used in highly technical installations and they require an engineer or highly qualified personnel to program them.
Then, there are more simple choices. One is the thermosyphon, which is a flat plate with a built-in reservoir and it operates 100% mechanically, without hidraulic pumping or electrical control. It is much easier to plan and install.
Finally, we have plates made from plastic, which are used for heating outdoor swimming pools. They are basically, plastic plates with small holes through which, the water circulates. They are not used to generate hot water for sanitary reasons.