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Solar Water Heating

Solar Geysers

  • Solar is free hot water.
  • A solar system increases the value of your property.
  • A solar Geyser is the only appliances that save you money.
  • Generate FREE, clean energy while preserving the environment.
  • Electricity increases of 15% year on year, start saving from day 1.
  • Warm water accounts for up to 40% of your electricity bill.

Thermosiphon Systems

Thermosiphon Systems are where the tanks are installed on the roof. The pressure created by the hot water drives the water up into the tank.

Although some people might find them not visually pleasing, they are about the most effective systems.

Split Pump System

Split pump systems have the tank inside the roof, and will have a pump that drives the water down into the tank.

Often used on new builds, as well as where when there are restrictions of placing tanks on the roof

Retrofit system

A retrofit system is the most cost effective option of installing a solar geyser.

The original geyser is used and a panel is placed on the roof. A pump will drive the heated water from the panel down into the geyser tank. Normally used when the existing geyser is in good working condition, and not older than 7 years.

Evacuated Tubes Vs Flat Plate

There are two options of collectors available for solar geysers.

EVT(evacuated tubes) and Flat Plate. Both have their pros and cons.

Evacuated tubes is a slightly newer technology,  and  lately have been found to be more efficient in water heating.

While the Flat Plate systems have a longer plant life and are more durable to the elements

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