PV Hot Water Heating

The PV Heater uses the direct current produced by PV modules to heat hot water in cylinders.

The PV Heater uses the direct current produced by PV modules to heat your hot water cylinder.

The revolutionary new PV Heater uses direct current produced by PV modules to heat the hot water in the cylinder. It boasts an efficiency grade of 99 % and saves electricity costs. With the PV Heater a kilowatt hour of heat costs between 8 and 10 cents – which makes heat from the PV system cheaper than from electricity or hydraulic.

1500-2500W of PV modules are sufficient for operating the PV Heater to a temperature of 80˚C. The modules can even be aligned east to west or installed on facades. Extensive connection work is not required. No inverters, tubing, or similar is required – as the direct current voltage generated is only 50 V. There is no need to get to grips with approvals or consents, as the PV Heater is completely independently of the grid – and operates even during a power failure! Energy efficiency was never so simple. Enquire today.

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A PV array generates energy which is transferred directly to the inverter, which heats an element in the hot water cylinder. Boosting other hot water heating supplies.

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