SIDITE SS-M0 solar water system without heat exchanger
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SIDITE SS-M0 solar water system is an active open-loop solar heating system without heat-exchange mechanisum. It consists of solar collector, storage tank, circular pump, pump controller and an electric heating booster.
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SIDITE SS-M0 solar water system operates as an active open-loop system without heat exchanger. The water is directly heated by the solar collector, while a pump with controller circulates the water between collector and storage tank. An electric heating booster is built into the storage tank as the "back-up" in case that solar energy is insufficient. The piping between the main components can be carefully insulated for high temperature resistance. It is a simplest, least expensive active system, best suitable for climates where freezing occurs or water quality is poor. The system is the perfect hot water option for any household of 2-6 people.
Each system includes the primary components required for installation. It is our goal to keep our product cost low enough in order to ensure that we are making renewable energy products more affordable. All systems have been tested under the highest quality standards for the longevity of your investment.
- Solar Collector Installation Space: 1.52-8.0 square meters
- Installation: 3-4 days
- Warranty: 5 year for solar storage tank, 5 year pump and controller, 1 year on balance of system components, 15 year limited on evacuated tubes.
- Fittings: 1' NPT (Collector), 1' NPT (Tank)
- Sidite heat pipe evacuated tube solar collector
- Adjustable tilt mounting hardware ??
- One solar storage tank without heat exchanger
- One Wilo circulating pump
- One differential controller
- A set of pump flanges
- A set of 2 temperature sensors for pump controller
- Installation instructions
- SUPPORT TEAM
How to Install
The customer should also understand how to:
- Sweat copper pipes or pex piping
- Read pumping schematics
- Wire electric pumps
- Determine if a roof is capable of supporting the additional weight of the collectors (typically not a problem)
How to Size your Solar Hot Water System:
On average, a home requires approximately 20 gallons of hot water per day per person. Using this figure, you can calculate which size prepackaged system is suitable for your heating requirements.