BOSCH NON-PR 200LPD SOLAR WATER HEATER
BOSCH NON-PR 200LPD SOLAR WATER HEATER Solar Water Heaters from use Flate Plate Collector (FPC) Collector offers a reliable supply of solar hot water for residential and commercial applications.
Flat Plate Collectors offer a reliable supply of solar hot water for residential and commercial applications where evacuated tubes may not be suitable.
What is a Solar Water Heater? Solar thermal systems use sunlight to heat water — for domestic use, swimming pools and more. A typical direct solar thermal system consists of collector, pipes and an insulated tank. Solar energy is the primary energy source for our planet as it is responsible for providing energy for plant growth (photosythesis) and providing the warmth that makes our planet habitable. A solar water heater is one of the most effective ways of cutting a household's carbon footprint by reducing reliance on dirty fossil fuel usage. By offsetting the use of electricity, gas or heating oil, using solar water heaters can also provide financial savings by reducing energy costs.
|Manufacturer certification||ISO 9001:2008; ISO 14001:2004|
|Inner tank||SS 304|
|Outer cladding||Precoated steel|
|Tank insulation||CFC free PUF (Thickness: 50mm)|
|Tank protection||Sacrifical anode (Aluminium) rod provided|
|Glazing||Toughened glass (thickness: 3.2mm)|
|Type of application||Normal|
|Type of collector||Flate Plate Collector (FPC)|
|Product features||Advanced solar glass gives better performance in cloudy weather, Full plate absorber provides greater area for absorption of sunlight resulting in faster heating of water|
|Supporting structure||Mild Steel (powder coated)|
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- August 24, 2015
- This is one of the best water heaters I have ever utilized. I have utilized water heaters from different companies, yet this one was the best. Haven't broken a single time, so haven't yet reached their service centre to comment on the best service they give.
- August 24, 2015
- I decided to go with Bosch for some of the reasons. It looked better quality. Some different brands I saw on my friends and neighbors spots had created cracks in the tank or its insulation material which permitted rain water to enter the insulation causing heat loss. Solar water heaters are the most straightforward technology sparing enormous power. We never had any issue with the heater till now.