New flat-plate collector - Technology - SUNTRUST

By: Oz Hejia Solar  05-Apr-2012
Keywords: Tube, Solar Collector, Flat-Plate

New flat-plate collector

Tube in flat solar collector – HFC

Before we unleashed our tube-in-flat solar collector,clients only had the option of choosing either tube collectors or flat collectors.
Our new patented tube-in-flat solar collectors combine the advantages of both systems for greater efficiency. Using our new technology, our collectors internal temperatures can reach 300℃ for energy output. They also operate efficiently even under -35℃ conditions.

Other Features:
*Easy to clean the snow.
*Easy to carrying and Installation cost saving.
*No worry of hails impact.
*Unique detachable frame enable to install in the roof
*CPC reflector below evacuated tubes makes full use of the tube absorber.

Specification Data
Model HFC
External size (L*W*T) 1980×1010×110mm
Fluid volume(Anti-Freeze) max:50%
G.W(kg) 58
Hydranic connections φ22 copper or G3/4 male
Aperture area 1720×960mm
Testing pressure 9bar
Working pressure 6bar
Min. volume flow rate per collector 50liter / hour
Rated volume flow rate per coll. 90liter / hour
Max. volume flow rate per collector 1200liter / hour
Collector orientation for test vert.
Heat transfer fluid Glycol and Water
Max. working temperature 300℃
Container loading 90pcs/20GP;192pcs/40GP

Keywords: Flat-Plate, Solar Collector, Tube,

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