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Suncell Solar Panels

Suncell Solar Panels are flat plate solar collectors made from polypropylene.

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The panels are made from a specially formulated grade of heat stabilised polypropylene. An extruded wafer section with a special profile has header pipes (manifolds) welded onto each end using a patented manufacturing process. A fluid can then be circulated through the wafer section via the header pipes. Heat from the sun's rays, absorbed by the matt black surface of the panel, can thus be transferred to the circulating fluid. This grade of polypropylene is fully treated against ultra-violet (UV) degradation and is corrosion resistant. Swimming pool water, whether treated with chlorine or other pool chemicals, may be passed directly through the panels. This avoids the use of a heat exchanger. Sea water may also be used and there is no risk of scale deposits forming even in hard water areas, due to the low operating temperature of the panels. The panels have been tested extensively in both laboratory and field trials. Each panel is pressure tested to 4 Bar (60 psi) and the maximum working pressure is 1.3 Bar (20 psi). The panels should be drained in winter, either manually or automatically, to provide protection against freezing.

The differential temperature controller (SDTC) senses the temperature difference between the pool water and the solar panel and activates a motorised valve or pump when there is sufficient solar energy. The maximum temperature limiter (MAX) prevents the pool from overheating in very hot weather.

The flexible connectors slip over the outside of the header pipes to join adjacent panels. Used for the connections at each end of a bank of panels.

Two End Caps are required to blank off the spare top and bottom connections of each bank of panels.

Standard pool solar collectors require a bank of panels equivalent to approximately 80% of the surface area of the pool depending on the geographical location. Ideally the bank should be angled at 15° to 45° to the horizontal and be facing south.

The distance between the filter pump and the panels must be taken into consideration when designing and sitting such a system. Solar panels are most effective when combined with another fossil fuel heater.


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The panels are made from a specially formulated grade of heat stabilised polypropylene. An extruded wafer section with a special profile has header pipes (manifolds) welded onto each end using a patented manufacturing process. A fluid can then be circulated through the wafer section via the header pipes. Heat from the sun's rays, absorbed by the matt black surface of the panel, can thus be transferred to the circulating fluid. This grade of polypropylene is fully treated against ultra-violet (UV) degradation and is corrosion resistant. Swimming pool water, whether treated with chlorine or other pool chemicals, may be passed directly through the panels. This avoids the use of a heat exchanger. Sea water may also be used and there is no risk of scale deposits forming even in hard water areas, due to the low operating temperature of the panels. The panels have been tested extensively in both laboratory and field trials. Each panel is pressure tested to 4 Bar (60 psi) and the maximum working pressure is 1.3 Bar (20 psi). The panels should be drained in winter, either manually or automatically, to provide protection against freezing.

The differential temperature controller (SDTC) senses the temperature difference between the pool water and the solar panel and activates a motorised valve or pump when there is sufficient solar energy. The maximum temperature limiter (MAX) prevents the pool from overheating in very hot weather.

The flexible connectors slip over the outside of the header pipes to join adjacent panels. Used for the connections at each end of a bank of panels.

Two End Caps are required to blank off the spare top and bottom connections of each bank of panels.

Standard pool solar collectors require a bank of panels equivalent to approximately 80% of the surface area of the pool depending on the geographical location. Ideally the bank should be angled at 15° to 45° to the horizontal and be facing south.

The distance between the filter pump and the panels must be taken into consideration when designing and sitting such a system. Solar panels are most effective when combined with another fossil fuel heater.


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Overview

The panels are made from a specially formulated grade of heat stabilised polypropylene. An extruded wafer section with a special profile has header pipes (manifolds) welded onto each end using a patented manufacturing process. A fluid can then be circulated through the wafer section via the header pipes. Heat from the sun's rays, absorbed by the matt black surface of the panel, can thus be transferred to the circulating fluid. This grade of polypropylene is fully treated against ultra-violet (UV) degradation and is corrosion resistant. Swimming pool water, whether treated with chlorine or other pool chemicals, may be passed directly through the panels. This avoids the use of a heat exchanger. Sea water may also be used and there is no risk of scale deposits forming even in hard water areas, due to the low operating temperature of the panels. The panels have been tested extensively in both laboratory and field trials. Each panel is pressure tested to 4 Bar (60 psi) and the maximum working pressure is 1.3 Bar (20 psi). The panels should be drained in winter, either manually or automatically, to provide protection against freezing.

The differential temperature controller (SDTC) senses the temperature difference between the pool water and the solar panel and activates a motorised valve or pump when there is sufficient solar energy. The maximum temperature limiter (MAX) prevents the pool from overheating in very hot weather.

The flexible connectors slip over the outside of the header pipes to join adjacent panels. Used for the connections at each end of a bank of panels.

Two End Caps are required to blank off the spare top and bottom connections of each bank of panels.

Standard pool solar collectors require a bank of panels equivalent to approximately 80% of the surface area of the pool depending on the geographical location. Ideally the bank should be angled at 15° to 45° to the horizontal and be facing south.

The distance between the filter pump and the panels must be taken into consideration when designing and sitting such a system. Solar panels are most effective when combined with another fossil fuel heater.


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