A solar water heater system converts solar radiation into heat that provides hot water. The system consists of a solar collector (usually placed on the roof) and a water storage tank, either directly connected to the collector or separate.
Provides you ‘free’ hot water;
Saves money on gas or power (and fuel for generator);
Does not need power (depending on type);
It helps saving the environment.
There are three main types of solar water heaters, these are:
Non-pressurized, meaning that the water will flow naturally into the water storage tank;
Pressurized, meaning such a system typically requires a pump for the water storage tank;
Split, meaning that the collector is separate from the water storage tank.
Below you can find links to our different solar water heaters.
We recommended that you contact your nearest NIDECO representative for more information and prices.