What is a Solar Collector?
Solar energy is endless and the cleanest among the known sources of energy. Solar radiation contains huge amounts of energy and is responsible for almost all natural processes on earth. Until recently, the energy of the sun was barely used.
Design and principle of operation of pressure water heater
Design and principle of operation of pressure water heater from the PROECO Solaris-P and HP series.
Design and principle of operation of non-pressure water heater
Design and principle of operation of non-pressure water heater from the PROECO Solaris-L and YL series and flow-through heater (with coil) from the PROECO Solaris-X and HX series.
Design and principle of operation of the solar collector (heat-pipe)
Design and principle of operation of the pressure solar collector with heat-pipe from the PROECO JNSC series.
Design and principle of operation of non-pressure solar collector
Design and principle of operation of non-pressure solar collector from the PROECO MK series.
Solar water heaters vs. the wintertime
The time of winter poses many threats to Solar Water Heaters. You can provide protection in many ways.
We have 3 solutions using our solar collectors to heat water in the pool.
Thermal insulation of water pipes
When choosing insulation, remember that it should serve us for many years. For this to happen, it must be adequately protected against both mechanical damage and the influence of the environment in which it will operate.
Which pipes to choose for the system?
Running water in the house and central heating are standard today. Sooner or later, each investor must decide what material to choose for the system. Only a few or so years ago, steel pipes were the basic installation material. Currently, they are used less and less often: they have been replaced by pipes made of materials such as copper and artificial materials. They are more resistant to corrosion and scale. It is also important that the installation process is much simpler and faster.