Solar photovoltaic systems, commonly known as PV solar panels work by producing electricity to run your household appliances and lighting through a process called 'photovoltaic streaming’, 'photo' referring to light and 'voltaic' to electricity.
The collector is available for on-end and across installations and is therefore specially designed for the relevant application. The laser-welded aluminium full area absorber with copper harp is provided with highly selective vacuum coating (Miro-Therm).
The hydraulic connection between collectors is made by means of a plug-in connector system. An anti-reflection safety glass cover protects the absorber and guarantees a high level of transmission.
The collector is specifically designed for on-end roof integration. The Sol 23 premium is set into a roof in place of roof tiles (e.g. double Roman tile). The flashing frames fitted to the collector shorten assembly time and ensure the roof is sealed.
The solar control unit SOM 6 plus is used with standard solar heating systems. The temperature differential control unit is designed for a single consumer.
The solar control unit SOM 7 plus is used with standard solar thermal systems for DHW heating and central heating backup. The temperature differential control unit is designed for two consumers.
The solar control unit SOM 8 plus is used in complex solar thermal systems. Up to 5 systems for DHW heating can be controlled at the same time. Central heating backup and solar swimming pool water heating are also possible.
Solar water heating systems take advantage of the sun’s natural energy to warm domestic hot water. When solar