A Crittall Solar hot water system uses the energy of the sun to directly heat water. The process is very efficient, making it one of the most cost effective renewable energy sources for both domestic and commercial applications.
The energy is absorbed in the solar collector (panel) usually mounted on the roof. The heat is transferred to the hot water cylinder via heat exchangers. Crittall Solar hot water systems work in conjunction with an existing boiler but will do most of the work. The cylinder stores the hot water that is heated during the day ready to use when required.
Crittall Solar supplies Crittall Solar solar hot water systems with options from a range of collectors (both flat plate and evacuated tube), a range of hot water cylinders (120L - 320L, pressurised or unpressurised), plus different installation options. This eliminates the need for installers to have to source all the component parts from a range of different suppliers. Crittall Solar is sourcing these products in volume and provides these systems at competitive prices.
Generally evacuated tubes are slightly more efficient but many consumers prefer the aesthetic look of the flat plate. By offering both systems, Crittall Solar installers have the ability to select the best system for each installation.