Modular solar thermal collectors based on connectable vacuum tubes

Published:  10 May, 2010

Kingspan Solar, solar thermal

Kingspan Solar’s Varisol modular vacuum-tube solar collector includes Thermomax direct-flow vacuum-tube collectors, which are described as being a modern and adaptable alternative to the rigid manifold systems. Vacuum tubes simple click together to create thermal collectors of varying sizes to match the exact needs of the end user within the space available.

Up to 150 collectors can be joined in one assembly. Existing systems can be extended later as required. Assemblies can also be built around dormer windows or skylights.

Thermomax DF vacuum tubes are specifically tailored for the climate in northern Europe.

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