Commercial Solar Thermal Collectors
Customized Solutions for Solar Water Heating to Suit Various Applications and Requirements.
Solar water heating solutions are a cost-effective and energy-efficient option for those looking to reduce their energy bills and carbon footprint.
The Empire series sets the industry standard for quality, performance, durability and value. The ThermoRay Series has everything that professional contractors demand in a solar collector: Sleek appearance, high performance, versatility, ease of installation, and rugged field-tested durability.
The extraordinary SunBurst all-copper absorber plate is the heart of the SunEarth Empire and Sunbelt Series flat belt collectors.
SunEarth’s tough and versatile SolarStrut and RexRack mounting hardware provides an engineered solution for all standard residential and commercial mounting applications.
Here are some additional points to consider when thinking about solar water heating solutions:
- Solar water heating systems can reduce energy bills and carbon footprint by using the sun's energy to heat water instead of relying on fossil fuels.
- There are two main types of solar water heating systems: passive and active. Passive systems are simpler and generally less expensive, while active systems use pumps or fans to circulate water and may be more efficient in certain situations.
- The amount of energy savings and payback period for solar water heating systems can vary depending on factors such as location, system size, and household hot water usage.
- Some regions offer rebates, tax incentives, or other financial incentives for installing solar water heating systems.
- Regular maintenance is important to ensure optimal performance and longevity of solar water heating systems.
- It is important to work with a qualified professional to properly size, install, and maintain a solar water heating system.
How Many BTU’s Does a SunEarth Collector Produce Per Hour?
SunEarth has two major collector models: the TRB and the Empire. Our team has calculated the BTU’s of each type of collector for the amount of energy produced per square foot per hour. The numbers we used for these calculations are also available on the SRCC website. Based on the calculations, the TRB will give you 132 BTU’s per square foot per hour. The Empire will give you 121 BTU’s per square foot per hour. This data is also is based on a 6-hour day.