Solar Water Heater

Solar water heaters use natural sun light to heat water. This system works on the thermosiphon principle and is designed to provide hot water without consuming expensive electricity. This is the most effective way to generate hot water thereby saving costly power and is also environment friendly. The extra thick SS inner tank & high density PUF insulation makes owning the Eco volves a superior choice ensuring years of trouble free hot water for you and your family.

Solar water heaters

— also called solar domestic hot water systems — can be a cost-effective way to generate hot water for your home. They can be used in any climate, and the fuel they use — sunshine — is free.

HOW THEY WORK

Solar water heating systems include storage tanks and solar collectors. There are two types of solar water heating systems: active, which have circulating pumps and controls, and passive, which don’t.

INSTALLING AND MAINTAINING THE SYSTEM

The proper installation of solar water heaters depends on many factors. These factors include solar resource, climate, local building code requirements, and safety issues; therefore, it’s best to have a qualified solar thermal systems contractor install your system.

After installation, properly maintaining your system will keep it running smoothly. Passive systems don’t require much maintenance. For active systems, discuss the maintenance requirements with your system provider, and consult the system’s owner’s manual. Plumbing and other conventional water heating components require the same maintenance as conventional systems. Glazing may need to be cleaned in dry climates where rainwater doesn’t provide a natural rinse.

Features

1)Green Energy, No Pollution and ECO-Friendly
2)Design to perform in all seasons and all regions
3)Compact puff injection techniques for better heat reiteration
4)Maintenance Free and Zero running cost
5)Pressurized and heat exchange models also available
6)Electric Heater Facility – Optional

IMPROVING ENERGY EFFICIENCY

After your water heater is properly installed and maintained, try some additional energy-saving strategies to help lower your water heating bills, especially if you require a back-up system. Some energy-saving devices and systems are more cost-effective to install with the water heater.