Solar Hot Water 101

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Solar Hot Water 101

How it Works How it Works

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How it Works

How a Solar Hot Water System Operates How a Solar Hot Water System Operates

  1. Cold water enters storage tank.
  2. If there is heat available on the roof, the pump station will switch on and circulate water through the solar collector.
  3. Water is heated in the collector and returned to the storage tank, the pump then switches off.
  4. This process repeats throughout the day until the “top out” temperature (pre-set) at 75o is reached.
  5. Hot water is then supplied to the home from the top of the tank.

If not enough heat is generated from the sun, the electric or gas booster simply “top ups” the remaining heat required.

How a Solar Hot Water System Operates

Step 1

The sunlight (including UV) strikes the dark absorber coating inside the evacuated tube, the vacuum seal between the two layers of glass act like an insulator and prevent the heat energy that has been captured from escaping back into the atmosphere.



Step 2

The sunlight (including UV) strikes the dark absorber coating inside the evacuated tube, the vacuum seal between the two layers of glass act like an insulator and prevent the heat energy that has been captured from escaping back into the atmosphere.



Step 3

The sunlight (including UV) strikes the dark absorber coating inside the evacuated tube, the vacuum seal between the two layers of glass act like an insulator and prevent the heat energy that has been captured from escaping back into the atmosphere.



How a solar hot water system works

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What do our customers think?

What do our customers think?

Reliable and cost effective:  I have 3 Apricus Systems on 3 properties and I’m truly impressed. The water is always hot. My electricity bill is down. I would gladly recommend this system to anyone. I can’t actually remember a time where I have had to boost the system. I quite like the visual aspect of Apricus as well. I’ve had systems in the past that looked big and ugly.

Reviewed 29/4/16 on productreview.com.au

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