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A Solar Water Heating (SWH) System or, as some may call it, a Solar Thermal heating system implies that use is made of the sun’s energy, through a Solar Collector that where UV rays are captured in the form of heat sun and is transferred to water that flows through it. Usually the collector is installed outside your house / building (on a north facing roof at an angle), to assist in heating the water in the storage tank for Thermal usage instead of using electricity all the time to heat your water, and thus saving the owner money on his hot water electricity bill.
The sun roughly irradiates 1000 Watt per square meter of power here in South Africa and if the installed collector has an absorbing area of 1.44 square meters the power of the collector would be 1.44 kW (or 1440 Watt). Depending on the installation techniques most of the energy would be delivered to the tank, although some losses would occur due to heat losses in the pipes and tank. If this system were to operate for 5 hours the energy saved would be 1.44 x 5=7.2 kWh that would be saved in optimal conditions, minus losses of course.
Advantages of installing a Tasol Direct EVT SWH system:
Start seeing immediate electricity savings (*Terms & Conditions apply)
High efficiency vacuum tube technology (faces the sun most of the day time)
Freeze resistant collectors with low maintenance (no glycol replacement).
No water introduced in the tubes.
Tubes can be replaced individually without compromising the entire collector.
SABS approved systems. Aesthetic value of the installation.
Accredited supplier on the Eskom DSM Solar Water Heating Rebate system
Tasol will claim your Eskom Rebate on your behalf, no more waiting periods.
Solar Academy of Su-Saharan Africa is a registered member of SESSA (industry body)
Tasol has a national franchised network with over 40 franchises across South Africa.
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