Flat solar thermal collector STS+
for water heatingfor roofsvertical

flat solar thermal collector
flat solar thermal collector
flat solar thermal collector
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Characteristics

Technology
flat
Function
for water heating
Other characteristics
for roofs, vertical
Storage capacity

157.9 l, 196.8 l (41.713 gal)

Description

Features Pre-assembled natural circulation solar systems for DHW production made of solar collector Mediterraneo Slim, solar cylinder, universal frame and hydraulic connection kit Mediterraneo Slim solar collector: it is the thinnest panel on the market, that ensures extreme ease of installation and maintenance Hydraulic connections with insulated copper pipes and compression fittings connections to the cylinder New 150-200-300 l enamelled steel cylinder The thermosyphonic system is a compact solution for water heating using solar energy, especially suitable for areas with high solar radiation and favourable weather. Its operation is based on the principle of natural circulation, so neither a circulator nor a regulation system is required. The system consists of one or two flat solar collectors, a reservoir tank and bracket for easy installation on flat or sloped roofs. The assembly includes a safety valve set at 150kPa (1.5bar) (primary circuit) with resistance to heat transfer medium (propylene glycolwater mixture) and a safety valve set at 800kPa (8bar) (secondary or consumption circuit). The thermosyphonic system referred to into this manual comply with the requirements of EN 806-1 “Specifications for installations inside buildings conveying water for human consumption - Part 1: General“ and EN 806- 2 “Specifications for installations inside buildings conveying water for human consumption - Part 2: Design“ standards. Solar collectors can drainage all the liquid inside.
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