|Type of Collector:||Evacuated Tube Collectors (ETC)|
|Specifications:||47 – 1800 mm or 58 – 1800 mm|
|Inner Tank Materials:||High grade Stainless Steel|
|Outer Tank Materials:||Powder coated|
|Temperature:||65 degree C to 85 degree C|
|Method of Welding:||Seam less and Non Welding Technology|
|Tank Insulation:||High quality PUF materials|
|Tank Volume:||100 Ltr. To 500 Ltr.|
|Frame Angle:||27 degrees|
|Stand Frame:||Galvanized Powder Coated|
|Type of Circulation:||Thermo Siphon|
|Type of Grommets:||Silicon Rubbers|
Solar Water Heater (CHAMPION)
Why Solar Water Heater?
A Solar Water Heater is a device which provides hot water for bathing, washing, cleaning, etc. using solar energy. It is generally installed at the terrace or where sunlight is available and heats water during day time which is stored in an insulated storage tank for use when required including mornings.
A Solar Water Heater comprises of a or an array of solar collectors to collect solar energy and an insulated tank to store hot water. Both are connected to each other. During the day time, water in solar collectors gets heated which is either pumped or flown automatically on thermosyphon principle to the storage tank. Hot water then stored in the tank can be used for various applications.
A 100 litres per day capacity system suitable for 3-4 people can save upto 1500 units of electricity in a year, depending on hot water used. Higher capacity systems will save higher amount of electricity besides reducing higher amount of Green House Gas (GHG) emissions. Electricity is expensive and is not available due to power cuts in many areas when required for heating water.
On cloudy days also, if it is for a day or two, you still get warm water as water gets heated due to diffused radiation available in the atmosphere. The system, however, is either connected to an electric geyser in the house or an electrical back-up is provided in the storage tank of the system which is switched on when water is not sufficiently hot. So, you get hot water all the time even on rainy days.
For a house with one bathroom and 3 to 4 members, 100 liter per day capacity system should be sufficient. For more numbers of bathrooms, the capacity will increase accordingly due to pipe losses & more number of family members. Generally the capacity is decided based on hot water required in mornings for bathing. If the usage is in evening & at other times also, the capacity is decided accordingly.