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Low flow air solar walls

G TwitchellG Twitchell Posts: 8Member ✭✭
I have not read any posts about these Conservall (brand name) type of solar collectors.



I installed these (4 - 4'X16') units about 7 years ago, they each have a 8" duct with a active damper and duct fan that is controlled by a demand stat and a micro processor at the top of each panel that says that the panel is warm/hot enough to come on.



I was concerned about tight house problem with my ICF construction and need make up fresh air and this works great.



I like this concept and it works for me.



George Twitchell
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  • jumperjumper Posts: 455Member
    good old days

    Saw many installations in Canada on industrial buildings in nineteen seventies. Difference between comfy and chilly is only a few degrees.
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  • hot rodhot rod Posts: 3,739Member ✭✭✭
    SRCC is rating

    and certifying performance of air (transpired) collectors now. Some some actual performance and durability data is available. Looks like your brand is one of the listed.





    http://www.solar-rating.org/ratings/transpired_10001759_20140516.pdf
    Bob "hot rod" Rohr
    trainer for Caleffi NA
    The magic is in hydronics, and hydronics is in me
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