Thermea’s sole solar water heaters in Dubai can be a cost-effective way to generate hot water for your home. They can be used in any climate and sunlight is the fuel here.
In this read let’s talk about the selection, working methodology, installation & maintenance of solar water heaters
Selecting a solar water heater-
Before buying and installing a solar water heating system, you should do the following:-
- Understand the cost and energy efficiency of the system.
- Evaluate your site’s solar resource
- Determine the correct system size
- Research local codes, conventions, and regulations.
Also understand the various components required for solar water heating systems, including the following:-
- Heat exchangers for solar water heating systems
- Heat transfer fluids for solar water heating systems
Working procedure of our product sole solar water heaters in Dubai –
The solar water heater absorbs the light through a collector placed on the roof and converts it into heat. It passes this heat to a tank of water using a circulation pump.
This exchange is activated by the thermal regulator, but only when the collector is warmer than the water in the tank. This prevents circulation pumps from using electricity unnecessarily. On the contrary, it also prevents overheating.
The efficiency of the collectors is highest at noon, in summer, when the sky is clear and when the collectors face south.
When there is not enough sunlight, the water is preheated and a backup system takes over to bring the water to the required temperature. Therefore, this system can be used to produce hot water at a constant temperature throughout the year without emitting CO2.
System installations and maintenance –
There are some factors behind the installation of heaters. These factors include solar resources, weather, local building code requirements, and safety concerns; therefore, it is best to have your system installed by a qualified solar thermal contractor.
After installation, proper maintenance of your system will keep it running smoothly. Passive systems do not require a lot of maintenance.
For active systems, discuss maintenance requirements with your system vendor and consult your system owner’s manual. Plumbing and other water heating components require the same maintenance.
Regular maintenance by systems with electrical components generally require one or two replacement parts after 10 years.
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