SOLAR THERMODYNAMICS – HEAT YOUR WATER USING THE AIR OUTSIDE YOUR HOME
A solar assisted heat pump or thermodynamic panel solar system consists of an aluminium collector which is fitted to your wall or roof, preferably south facing, and a unit which is installed in your cylinder cupboard or loft.
The thermodynamic panel absorbs heat from the atmosphere and the refrigerant fluid transforms into a gas. It moves to the thermodynamic unit which compresses it into hot fluid again, before going through a heat exchanger to heat the water in the nearby cylinder. The fluid then passes through a valve into the box where it returns to the outside collector, ready to begin the whole operation again.
- Hot water from 90p a week
- Reduce your carbon footprint
- Hot water 24/7 365 days a year – whatever the weather
- Full guarantee
- Minimum maintenance
- Never overheats or freezes
This environmentally-friendly solution takes about a day to install and can reduce your domestic hot water energy bill up to 90%. The initial cost of the system is recovered within the first few years.
Based in Newcastle-under-Lyme, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire / Cheshire and operating across the UK