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Low pressure solar geysers
Low pressure solar geysers have a pressure rating of no more than 100kpa of pressure. Having a low pressure solar geyser allows for that same pressure to be heating FREE OF CHARGE!
Low pressure systems are typically used in rural areas and farms, where municipal water supply is not available. Municipal water is usually pumped throughout the network of underground and above ground pipes to its location with the use of very powerful pumps, and as such, is usually considered high pressure. Low pressure water supply is fed to the user with only the use of gravity. This means that the water is usually stored in above ground tanks above the level of where it is used, and gravity pulls it down. This type of water supply is called low pressure.
Should you wish to install a low pressure system in your home with municipal fed water, you would ultimately need to utilize a pressure control valve to reduce the amount of pressure coming from the main source.
Package comes with complete system:
- 10 tube collector
- 100L low pressure tank
- Stand for pitched roof
- Feeder Tank
No valves are included. Please add the valve installation package should you require it for a brand new installation.
Low pressure solar geysers can be quite simple to install. If you have a little experience with working with you hands, you should be able to do this yourself.
We have put together a step by step instruction manual to assist you with all you may need to know for installing this low pressure geyser solar system.
DIY documents and Manuals below:
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- How does a timer / controller work?