Innovative installation practices go hand in hand with innovative products.
Already a favorite product in the Hawaiian Islands, The Islander provides performance, longevity, and ease of installation that’s guaranteed to satisfy the professional installer.
Having made it's debut install in Mexico with LuxMart Solar, The Islander continues to prove itself in different environments.
With features like the following, it makes sense that the Islander continues to expand it's reach.
Wet-rotor type whereas the pump and motor form an integral unit without shaft seals. Utilizes a stainless-steel impeller/volute with integrated check valve ideal for direct solar heating systems.
②STORAGE TANK WITH BACKUP HEATING ELEMENT:
Glass lined and pressure rated the tank uses R-17 insulation and painted metal jacket. Includes a 4500-Watt heating element as a back-up for confidence in hot water availability. The storage tank is protected by a 150 psi/210°F relief valve and aluminum sacrificial anode.
③RELIEF VALVE DRAIN TUBES:
Constructed from High Temperature Polypropylene with a rating of 105kBtu/hr..
Operates the pump through differential temperature algorithms, the Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) offers insight into the system operation and condition. The controller reports temperature readings from 3 distinct locations; (T1) collector, (T2) bottom of storage tank and (T3) top of storage tank.
⑤THERMAL EXPANSION TANK:
Ensures consistent pressure throughout the wide operational temperature range. The NSF Standard 61 rated potable tank has a total volume of 2.1 gallons and an operational limit of 150 psi/200°F.
Distributes controlled temperature water by incorporating a fast acting, high quality thermostatic element. Factory set to 120°F the mixing valve allows higher storage temperatures saving more energy and reducing the chances of Legionella bacterial growth in the water. Valve can be adjusted between 90°F and 130°F.
Comprised of lead free ball drain valves that eliminate 3 leak paths, service valves allow for trouble-free flushing, draining and filling of the solar loop.