How does Baxi Solarflo use the power of the sun?
Baxi Solarflo collects the free power of the sun to heat solar panels on the roof and turns this renewable energy into thermal heat to create hot water for the home.
It’s simple, effective and entirely renewable which is good for the environment – and good for future generations.
Types Of Solar Panels
On-roof collector panels collect energy from the sun and turn it into thermal heat. They can provide as much as 100% of the domestic hot water needed for an average household in the summer months. These panels are more suited to existing properties as they are mounted on top of roof tiles/slates.
In-roof collector panels use the suns energy and can provide as much as 100% of the domestic hot water needed for an average household in the summer months. They are good for the environment – and therefore, good for future generations. In-roof panels are perfectly suited to new build properties and are installed within the roof structure.
Evacuated tube collectors offer premium performance in cloudy conditions and complete siting flexibility, capable of being mounted on any surface including facades and flat roofs.
We’ve put together some hints and tips which you might consider if you are thinking of installing solar collector panels and evacuated tubes.
- Solar Panel Collector x2
- 200 litre twin coil cylinder
- Hydraulic pump station (pre wired)
- Advanced solar differential control solar heat transfer fluid
- Solar Heat Transfer Fluid
- Solar expansion vessel
- Solar expansion vessel self sealing shut off valve
- Thermostatic blending valve
- Mounting brackets
- Stainless steel connection hose (2x 2m)
- Solar gain sensor
- Solar sensor extension wire (13m)
- Solar gain flow meter
- User and installation manuals