Conventional sanitary hot water systems depend on gas, oil or electric boilers to heat the water. These systems are inefficient, exspensive to run and costly to the environment.
The UK Solar Services Ltd. thermodynamic system is capable of taking energy from the atmosphere even at sub-zero temperatures day or night. It does this by utilising a special refrigerant.
Our systems are capable of extracting sufficient warmth to heat domestic and commercial hot water cylinders to 55°C even on the coldest winter days. The very best modern gas or oil boiler can only achieve maximum efficiency levels of 95%, The UK Solar Services Ltd. thermodynamic system has a much higher efficiency; this translates into clean, secure and free energy. Great for you, great for the environment.
- Heats water to up to 55°C all year round
- Works in sun, wind, rain and at night
- Outstanding thermal efficiency
- Robust aluminium panels weigh only 8kg
- Straightforward installation and minimal maintenance
- Can be mounted vertically on walls
- Does not have to be south facing
- Suitable for domestic and commercial applications
- Significantly reduces carbon emissions
- Extremely cost effective
As well as its environmental and economic benefits, the reliability of the UK Solar Services Ltd. thermodynamic hot water system is demonstrated by the thousands of systems already installed. Maintenance is practically non-existent, guaranteeing you absolute peace of mind.
The system can be scaled to suit most domestic and commercial applications including, domestic homes, shops, restaurants, hotels, commercial offices and so much more - just ask.
How it works
There are four stages to the process:
- Aluminium Panels. A special fluid circulates through the aluminium panels where energy is absorbed from the ambient temperature transforming the liquid into a gas.
- Compressor. The gas is compressed inside the compressor which causing it to become very hot.
- Hot Water Cylinder. This hot gas then flows through a heat exchanger inside the water cylinder which in turn heats the water.
- Expansion Valve. Finally, the gas goes through an expansion valve and reverts back to a liquid which flows back into the aluminium panels and the process repeats.