SOLVERO heating system - see how it works!
What are our thermodynamic panels THEXPAN used for?
They are used i.e. in energy-saving SOLVERO halls, which allow the use of renewable energy as a direct source of heat to a large extent.
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What is it all about?
- On sunny days, heat from the sun's rays is collected, while - when clouds dominate the sky and at night - the system collects energy from the air and powers the heat pump. The accumulated energy is used to prepare heat for HUW and space heating. The hall also gives the opportunity to use heat in production processes.
- The innovative Thexpan® energy absorber, which is the building material of the roof, draws thermal energy from two sources:
FROM THE AIR
FROM SUN RADIATION
- The element that is key to the Solvero® hall system is THEXPAN® panel. Its application enables the absorption of heat through the entire surface of the roof. Such an absorber - acting as a lower source - enables the use of a heating system with a heat pump, without the need to drill and excavate or install additional devices on or within the facility.
- This is the ONLY roofing system in the world used at the same time as a solar and lower power source for heat pumps.