One high output (53kW) thermodynamic solar panels will heat water to 55oc
The thermodynamic energy from the atmosphere is absorbed by the fluid circulating in the thermodynamic heating system (which is closed system) and the energy absorbed is convert to heat energy vaporising the fluid into a hot gas. The hot gas is passed through a heat exchanger (the coil in the water cylinder), heat energy is absorbed by the water in the cylinder. The heat energy lost by the gas returns it to its liquid state ad is ready to repeat the cycle back through the panel.
The process is reverse refrigeration, a technology that has been around for a long time.
Requirements are, the installer to be F-Gas registered and a survey be carried out to determine the system requirements and the pipework run.
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