How many people will have hot showers with 150 Litre High pressure solar geyser?
How does a High pressure geyser work?
- High pressure solar geysers are designed for on grid water supply (municipality). Anything over 200kpa is considered high pressure, however 400kpa is ideally what you would want to running your hot water pressure at. The water pressure at the hot water tap will be the same as the pressure from your cold water tap, provided the pipes are of equal diameter.
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Vacuum tube technology has increasingly replaced flat-plate technology as the most sophisticated way to harness the sun’s radiation. Vacuum tubes allow for a greater angle of interface with the sun making them far more efficient than flat plates, however, both work really well.
- Vacuum tube technology is able to withstand hailstones of up to 6 centimeters.
- Tubes are cheap, readily available and easy to replace.
- Should a tube get broken, you simply block up the space where the tube was and continue to enjoy your free hot water while you wait for a replacement tube.
High pressure units are simple, easy to use and easy to install – Click Here for High pressure geyser installation diagram
View the Specs below
- Volume – 150L
- Qty. of tubes – 15
- Tube – 58x1800x2 mm
- Exterior Tank Material – 0.4mm White Steel Sheet
- Interior Tank Material – .≥1.2mm SUS304 stainless steel
- Working pressure – 500 KPA / 5 bar
- Insulation – 55mm Polyurethane Foam
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