We propose two versions of our panel: a non-insulated version and an insulated version. The non-insulated version is adapted for low-temperature applications: for instance, coupling the panels with a water-water heat pump (a system that only exists for commercial buildings currently, with an operational temperature of about 20°C) and pool heating (with an operating temperature of about 25-30°C). The insulated version of our panels is adapted for domestic hot water (DHW) with an operating temperature of about 50-60°C. For more technical information on the subject, please consult the following articles:
Articles in this section
- Why is the rated thermal power calculated by the SPF so low?
- What is the difference between the non-insulated and insulated versions of our panels?
- What is the thermal performance of the DualSun Wave panel?
- What is the design of the Wave heat exchanger?
- How is the difference in thermal expansion managed between the glass and the heat exchanger on the Wave panel?
- What is the link between the normative power output Wth/m2 and the a0 coefficient (optical efficiency)?
- Have accelerated aging tests been conducted with the DualSun Spring panel?
- Isn't there a risk that a polymeric heat exchanger impedes the heat transfer efficiency of the panel?
- What is the thermal performance of the DualSun Spring panel?
- What is the advantage of the DualSun Flash panel?