evacuated tube collectors -CURRENTENERGY.CA – LS60 (82.3C- 178F) – Evacuated Tube Solar Thermal Collector – Barrie ON CA

July 10, 2013 – 9:21 am

** See our Cottage System Get to 82.3 C or 178 F current energy. Current Energy specializes in solar thermal systems that produce heat to be used in heating systems … Video Rating: 0 / 5

** In this video I discuss the basic differences between flat plate and evacuated tube solar geyser systems. I also explained how a GeyserWise.

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  1. 7 Responses to “evacuated tube collectors -CURRENTENERGY.CA – LS60 (82.3C- 178F) – Evacuated Tube Solar Thermal Collector – Barrie ON CA”

  2. This is nice because to use electricity to heat water and use for a shower or wash dishes is a total waste of money, unless that hot water can be recycled, but thats probably harder to do than have a (free solar energy) hot water heater like you show.

    By trailkeeper on Jul 10, 2013

  3. “Part 3″ is called “ITS Heat Pump – Installed by SolarWorX”
    There was not much interest in this series at the time so I stopped producing them….I may pick it up again in the future.

    By mjlorton on Jul 10, 2013

  4. I cant find you part 3 video on solar water heating. Is it still available?

    By paverop on Jul 10, 2013

  5. It has just been posted. Thanks for watching. Part 4 due soon too.

    By mjlorton on Jul 10, 2013

  6. When can we expect part3?

    By seven7sevenize on Jul 10, 2013

  7. Yes, a wind turbine might work there although I’m not sure if the local council rules will allow it….but something I might look into in the future. Thanks again for watching.

    By mjlorton on Jul 10, 2013

  8. Looks really nice there. Also it seems to be a fair amount of wind it my be good for wind turbine.
    I never heard about geyser before … I heard but it meant different thing like naturally pressurised water that get out of the ground not necessarily hot it can be cold.
    I always used the therm boiler that is generic and then electric, solar, gas or other type depending on the heat source.
    I fond that some times the instant water heaters are called geysers on some parts of the world.

    By electrodacus on Jul 10, 2013

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