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Plumbing is no more just network of water supply lines. It has rapidly and gradually become your comfort factor. Be it in form of Pulsating Rain Showers, or massage rendering jacuzzi. It is your lifeline to your relaxation and rejuvenation zone. However these comfort are coming with its own challenges. Provision of hot water is one of them. Not only do these fixtures require huge amount of hot water, but also guzzles energy to heat up.
Rheem Split solar Water Heating system provided by Sanicon is perfect answer to it. Not only it provides the hot water at will and time, but also cuts down on your energy bill.
How it functions:
A Rheem Solar Water Heater comprises of an array of solar collectors which is placed on terrace while facing South. It is connected through insulated pipe lines to a solar energy collection tank, which could be placed any where in the building. (even Basement as well).
During the day time, once the solar radiations starts striking the solar collector, it heats up the TINOX coated fins present inside. These fins are in touch with a copper tube which contains water inside. A sensor which detects this water getting heated, signals the pumps to start pushing it and storing it inside the solar storage tank. This heating up water can now be used for various applications inside a building.
If on certain days when there is absence of solar radiations, then auxiliary heating in form or electrical of gas backup kicks in and starts heating up the water to the desired temperature. This is where Rheem Split Solar Water Heating System provided by Sanicon stands out for the competitors. Other system have electrical backup inbuilt inside the storage tank. So irrespective of if its sunny of foggy, your backup (auxiliary heating) is always on and heats the water even before solar does, so there doesn?t remain anything left for a solar radiations to heat up as the water is already heated up by inbuilt backup.
Why should I go for It? Are there real savings?
As a thumb rule, if the total no of person in family is less than 4, and you dont have rain shower bath tub in your home, then the cost recovery from solar may not be positive. Its only when you require good amount of hot water only then it makes sense for you. There is no perfect formulae to calculate, but the above mentioned formula could be take as guide. Payback would depend on case to case basis and could be calculated based on your requirements. We at Sanicon would be pleased to work it out for you.

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