SOLAR GEYSER INSTALLATION AND SUPPLY IN MEYERTON  SASOLBURG AND VEREENIGING VAAL AREA

LOW PRESSURE SOLAR GEYSER  SUPPLY IN MEYERTON -SASOLBURG AND VEREENIGING VAAL AREA

Low pressure solar geyser installation Meyerton and Vereeniging

 

Apollo solar geyser supply in the Vaal, Vereeniging and Meyerton area, all geysers are SABS approved and come with a 5 year warranty, we offer free delivery in the Vaal area…

Sizes :
  • 100L low pressure solar geyser = R7,800
  • 150L low pressure solar geyser = R8,900
  • 200L low pressure solar geyser = R12,450
  • 300L low pressure solar geyser = R15,500
All prizes quoted above exclude installation costs.
Standard installation per geyser  =             R4200
Geyser Wise controller extra optional   =   R1700

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Why a Solar Geyser

What is a Solar geyser?

Solar water heating (SWH) is heating water by sunlight, using a solar thermal collector. A variety of configurations is available at varying cost to provide solutions in different climates and latitudes. SWHs are widely used for residential and some industrial applications.

How long does a Solar Geyser take to heat water?

When warming your solar geyser entirely with the energy from the sun it takes approximately 4 to 5 hours to heat a 300-liter tank. By contrast, an electric element geyser takes approximately 2 to 2½ hours to heat.

Does a Solar Geyser need maintenance?

Regular maintenance on simple systems can be as infrequent as every 3–5 years, preferably by a solar contractor. Systems with electrical components usually require a replacement part or two after 10 years.

Frequently asked questions

What size Solar Geyser should I install on my premises ?

    The size of your tank is dependent on the amount of people living in your home. Allocate 50 litres of warm water per person. In addition, budget an extra 50 litres of warm water for general domestic usage. With these calculations in mind, you’ll be able to estimate the tank size best suited for your home.

     

     

    There are diffrent types of Solar Geyser systems this picture below shows the working of a split system, where the solar collector panel or tubes are above the geyser and needs to be pumped during the day for solar heating.

    Solar geyser Pumped system

    This picture down below shows the Thermosiphon solar system, Thermosiphon systems are passive with a storage tank located higher than the solar collector. They rely on passive natural convection where more dense cold water falls, moving hotter water to the storage reservoir at the top. Some systems come prepackaged with tanks pre-mounted to collectors.

    Solar Geyser Thermosyphon