24 Jul Solar Panels in Leeds?… Guess Again
Earlier this year we released an article explaining the difference between the Solar PV panels with which you may be already familiar, and solar hot water panels, also known as thermodynamic panels or solar collector panels…
If you have driven through Leeds any time recently, you may have spotted solar panels on the roof of some of the properties you passed on route.
However, following the sudden demand for Bunsen Air installations in Leeds over recent months, it is quite possible that what you have actually seen are, Bunsen Air Thermodynamic Panels.
What are Bunsen Thermodynamic Hot Water Panels
The Bunsen Thermodynamic, Hot Water Panels are a key component to the full Bunsen Air Thermodynamic Hot Water System, and are the part that is installed on the outside of the property.
As the Bunsen Air panels are black and similar in size to a traditional solar panels. You could, from a distance be easily forgiven for mistaking one. The truth is, the job they do is extremely different…
Solar PV panels are responsible for absorbing the suns energy for electricity generation, but thermodynamic solar collector panels absorb energy from any weather be it rain or snow and use the energy to generate hot water.
Containing a liquid refrigerant that passes through their state of the art flow channels, the Bunsen Air hot water panels are responsible for absorbing the energy from the outside climate, doing so in any weather, sub-zero temperatures and even at night! This energy is harvested and transferred as a gas to the Bunsen, Hot Water Unit component, which is located inside a property, where the subsequent heat is compressed and transferred to the homes hot water cylinder and consequently, hot water circuit.
Bunsen Air Hot Water Panels in Leeds
Not only are Solamics Bunsen Air delighted to have used Leeds as the location for Bunsen field testing, Leeds is also reasonably close to the Solamics Bunsen Air, Thermodynamic UK Training Centre in Bradford.
Infinity Innovations Ltd. have existing relationships with renewable energy suppliers in Leeds, and for that reason the solar industry in the Leeds area has provided Infinity Innovations Ltd. with an excellent location in which to install some of the first Bunsen Air systems, meaning that it is quite possible that you have seen Bunsen Thermodynamic Panels on the roof or side of someone’s home – and not even realised that is what they were.
Bunsen Air customers in Leeds and surrounding areas, are delighted to have discovered that their Bunsen Air| Eco Water Heater and its solar collector panels are providing them with a majority, if not all of their hot water, and saving them a great deal on their energy bills.
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