Retrofit your Existing Geyser !!!
Make it Solar as Well as Eskom Power? ( if needed )
Retrofit your Existing Geyser with the Newest, and Cheapest and Simplest and Easyest and Best and Latest Tecnology and you still get your PAYBACK within Three years . . .
Consists of :
- About 6 Vacuum Tubes per 50 liters of your geyser size
- Hi Pressure Solar Vacuum tube Manifold (see here )
- Solar circulation pump with its Solar Panel (see here)
You must Supply
- Copper tubing and fittings
- Knowledge of where North is . .
Advanced evacuated tube & heat pipe technology
VERY competitive prices. Use your Geyser as a Backup Tank !!!
The sun will give your money back in Less than Three Year
High pressure solar Geyser Manifold Guide
- 100 litres = 12 Vacuum Glass Tubes ( Hi Pressure Type )
- 150 litres = 18 Vacuum Glass Tubes ( Hi Pressure Type )
- 200 litres = 24 Vacuum Glass Tubes ( Hi Pressure Type )
- 250 litres = 30 Vacuum Glass Tubes ( Hi Pressure Type )
Low pressure Solar Geyser Manifold
- 50 litre = 6 Vacuum Glass Tubes
- 100 litre = 12 Vacuum Glass Tubes
- 150 litre = 18 Vacuum Glass Tubes
- 200 litre = 24 Vacuum Glass Tubes
- 250 litre = 30 Vacuum Glass Tubes
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- The simple compact design leaves no margin for which can leaks, freeze, burst, lose heat, or simply stop working.
- The heat pipes fit directly into the tank. There is only a sleeve inside the tank, so heat loss is minimal.
- Because the whole system is on the roof, it is easier to install, which also cuts costs. It obviously cannot leak through a ceiling
- The high pressure system. is Designed for city pressure, although it has been tested at much higher pressures.
- Problems with freezing can be expected only at MINUS 35o Celsius.
- Low pressure systems are substantially cheaper than high pressure systems.
- All high pressure systems use a 1.2mm stainless steel tank.
Standard South African heating elements are used for low wattage electrical backup..
- Electronic control unit is optional, so you can control the energy usage.
- High pressure system: up to 600kPa working pressure.
- Easy installation
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A frequently asked question is about hail:
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- All Glass Vacuum Tubes use 2mm Glass tubes, designed to withstand 3.8mm diameter hail.
- They are surprisingly cheap to replace.
- Even if some vacuum pipes are broken, the system will still work.
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