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Installing solar hot water system today at home is an ultra-efficient way to saving money and reducing your householdâ€™s impact on the environment. Shop at Apricus and enjoy sustainable savings. Our solar hot water system is designed with the highest quality and standards so that it can give you satisfactory results even in the toughest Australian conditions. Call us at 1300-277-428 for more information.\nhttp://apricus.com.au/
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Solar hot water heaters are a simple, reliable, and cost-effective technology that harnesses the sun’s energy to provide for the hot water needs of homes and businesses. Solar hot water heaters are different than solar electric systems. Where solar electric systems use the sun’s energy to generate power for your home, solar hot water heaters pump hot water heated by the sun into your home.
There are two types of solar hot water heaters available: active and passive.
Active solar hot water heaters have direct circulation systems that circulate household water through the collectors and into the home. On the other hand, passive solar hot water heaters have integral collector-storage passive systems made of a storage tank, solar collection tank, and the pipes that run between them. These systems require cold water to be pumped into the solar collector in batches. Active solar hot water heaters have automatic controllers installed on the system that senses when sunlight is being collected. On the contrary, passive solar hot water heaters work well in households with significant daytime and evening hot-water needs.
Scaling:Domestic water that is high in mineral content may cause the buildup or scaling of mineral deposits in solar heating systems. You can avoid scaling by using water softeners or by circulating a mild acidic solution through the collector or domestic hot water loop every 3-5years or as necessary depending on water conditions.
Corrosion:Oxygen entering into an open loop hydraulic solar system will cause rust in any iron or steel component. Such systems should have copper, bronze, brass, stainless steel, plastic, rubber components in the plumbing loop and plastic or glass lined storage tanks.
Phone: 1300 277 428
Postal Address: PO Box 8036, Seven Hills, NSW, 2147
Street Address: 1A, 167 Prospect Highway, Seven Hills, NSW, 2147
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