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FPC Solar Water Heater Systems

An FPC (Flat-Plate Collector) solar water heater is a type of solar thermal technology designed to capture and convert solar energy into heat for water heating applications. The key component of an FPC solar water heater is the flat-plate collector, which is typically a rectangular box with a transparent cover, an absorber plate, and insulation.

Here's a breakdown of how an FPC solar water heater generally works:

  1. Flat-Plate Collector: The flat-plate collector is the heart of the FPC solar water heater. It consists of a flat, dark-colored absorber plate that is usually made of metal (such as copper or aluminum). This plate is placed inside a well-insulated box with a transparent cover, often made of glass or polycarbonate. The transparent cover allows sunlight to enter while minimizing heat loss.

  2. Absorption of Solar Energy: When sunlight passes through the transparent cover and strikes the absorber plate, it is absorbed and converted into heat. The dark color of the absorber plate enhances its ability to absorb solar radiation efficiently.

  3. Transfer of Heat to Fluid: A fluid, either water or a heat transfer fluid like antifreeze, circulates through tubes or channels attached to the absorber plate. As the fluid passes over the heated absorber plate, it absorbs the heat, becoming hot.

  4. Circulation System: In an active system, a pump is used to circulate the heated fluid from the collector to a heat exchanger or directly to a storage tank. In a passive system, natural convection or gravity helps move the heated fluid without the need for a pump.

  5. Storage Tank: The hot water or heat transfer fluid is then stored in a well-insulated tank until it is needed. The storage tank may have an additional heating element (electric or gas) for periods when solar heat is insufficient.

 

  • 250 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater (Pressurized)
  • 250 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater (Pressurized)
  • 250 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater (Pressurized)
  • 250 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater (Pressurized)
  • 250 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater (Pressurized)
  • 250 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater (Pressurized)
  • 250 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater (Pressurized)
250 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater (Pressurized)

250 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater (Pressurized)

Rs 75,000  / PieceGet Best Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 1 Piece

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Capacity250 LPD
BrandSunjivan Solar
ModelSunjivan Solar
Warranty5 Year
Electric heater backup (optional)Available
Brand NameSunjivan Solar
Country of OriginMade in India

Advantages of Pressurized FPC Solar Water Heaters:

  1. Efficiency: Pressurized systems often exhibit higher efficiency compared to non-pressurized ones, especially in colder climates. The pressurized circulation system helps ensure effective heat transfer from the collector to the water.

  2. Versatility: Pressurized systems can be suitable for a wide range of applications, including residential and commercial settings. They are capable of meeting higher hot water demand due to the pressurized circulation system.

  3. Frost Protection: The pressurized nature of the system helps prevent freezing issues in colder climates. Antifreeze solutions or heat exchangers can be added for additional frost protection.

It's important to consider that pressurized FPC solar water heaters may have higher upfront costs and increased complexity compared to non-pressurized systems. Regular maintenance is also crucial to ensure the proper functioning of the pump and other pressurized components.

For the most current and region-specific information, it is advisable to consult local experts, manufacturers, or relevant authorities familiar with the latest developments in solar water heating technology.



Additional Information:

  • Production Capacity: 100 Nos Per Months
  • Delivery Time: Immediately
  • Packaging Details: Standard Packaging

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  • 500 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater Systems (Non Pressurized)
  • 500 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater Systems (Non Pressurized)
  • 500 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater Systems (Non Pressurized)
  • 500 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater Systems (Non Pressurized)
  • 500 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater Systems (Non Pressurized)
  • 500 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater Systems (Non Pressurized)
  • 500 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater Systems (Non Pressurized)
  • 500 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater Systems (Non Pressurized)
500 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater Systems (Non Pressurized)

500 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater Systems (Non Pressurized)

Rs 84,000  / PieceGet Best Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 1 Piece

Product Brochure

Capacity500 LPD
BrandSunjivan Solar
ModelFPC Solar 004
Flat Plate Collector Fins4 Nos
Country of OriginMade in India

Non-pressurized FPC solar water heaters typically consist of the following components:

  1. Flat-Plate Collectors (FPC): These collectors are the heart of the solar water heating system. They are flat, rectangular boxes with a transparent cover (usually glass) on the top and an insulated backing. Inside the collector, there is a dark-colored absorber plate that absorbs sunlight and converts it into heat.

  2. Water Storage Tank: The system includes a storage tank where the heated water is stored for later use. This tank is often located above the collector to facilitate the natural circulation of water.

  3. Circulation System: Non-pressurized systems rely on natural convection for the circulation of water. Cold water from the bottom of the storage tank flows into the collector, where it is heated by solar radiation. As the water heats up, it rises back into the storage tank, creating a natural circulation loop.

  4. No Pressure Components: Unlike pressurized solar water heaters, non-pressurized systems operate at atmospheric pressure. This means they are generally simpler and less expensive to install and maintain. However, they may not be suitable for all climates or high-demand applications.

Advantages of Non-Pressurized FPC Solar Water Heaters:

  1. Cost-Effective: Non-pressurized systems are often more affordable to install compared to pressurized counterparts, making them a cost-effective option for certain applications.

  2. Simplicity: The absence of a pump and pressure components simplifies the system, reducing the risk of component failure and maintenance requirements.

  3. Reliability: Non-pressurized systems can be more reliable in terms of long-term operation due to their simplicity and the absence of pressurized components.

However, it's essential to consider the limitations of non-pressurized FPC solar water heaters, such as potential freezing issues in cold climates and the fact that they may not be as efficient as pressurized systems in delivering hot water under high demand.

For the most up-to-date and region-specific information, it is advisable to consult local experts, manufacturers, or relevant authorities familiar with the latest developments in solar water heating technology.



Additional Information:

  • Production Capacity: 50 Nos Per Month
  • Delivery Time: Immediately
  • Packaging Details: Standard Cartons

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  • 375 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater Systems (Non Pressurized)
  • 375 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater Systems (Non Pressurized)
  • 375 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater Systems (Non Pressurized)
  • 375 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater Systems (Non Pressurized)
  • 375 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater Systems (Non Pressurized)
  • 375 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater Systems (Non Pressurized)
  • 375 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater Systems (Non Pressurized)
  • 375 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater Systems (Non Pressurized)
375 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater Systems (Non Pressurized)

375 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater Systems (Non Pressurized)

Rs 75,000  / PieceGet Best Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 1 Piece

Product Brochure

Capacity300 LPD
BrandSunjivan Solar
ModelSunjivan Solar
Warranty5 Years
Flat Plate Collector Fins3 Collectors
Electric heater backup (optional)Available
Brand NameSunjivan Solar
Country of OriginMade in India

Non-pressurized FPC solar water heaters typically consist of the following components:

  1. Flat-Plate Collectors (FPC): These collectors are the heart of the solar water heating system. They are flat, rectangular boxes with a transparent cover (usually glass) on the top and an insulated backing. Inside the collector, there is a dark-colored absorber plate that absorbs sunlight and converts it into heat.

  2. Water Storage Tank: The system includes a storage tank where the heated water is stored for later use. This tank is often located above the collector to facilitate the natural circulation of water.

  3. Circulation System: Non-pressurized systems rely on natural convection for the circulation of water. Cold water from the bottom of the storage tank flows into the collector, where it is heated by solar radiation. As the water heats up, it rises back into the storage tank, creating a natural circulation loop.

  4. No Pressure Components: Unlike pressurized solar water heaters, non-pressurized systems operate at atmospheric pressure. This means they are generally simpler and less expensive to install and maintain. However, they may not be suitable for all climates or high-demand applications.

Advantages of Non-Pressurized FPC Solar Water Heaters:

  1. Cost-Effective: Non-pressurized systems are often more affordable to install compared to pressurized counterparts, making them a cost-effective option for certain applications.

  2. Simplicity: The absence of a pump and pressure components simplifies the system, reducing the risk of component failure and maintenance requirements.

  3. Reliability: Non-pressurized systems can be more reliable in terms of long-term operation due to their simplicity and the absence of pressurized components.

However, it's essential to consider the limitations of non-pressurized FPC solar water heaters, such as potential freezing issues in cold climates and the fact that they may not be as efficient as pressurized systems in delivering hot water under high demand.

For the most up-to-date and region-specific information, it is advisable to consult local experts, manufacturers, or relevant authorities familiar with the latest developments in solar water heating technology.



Additional Information:

  • Item Code: FPC003
  • Production Capacity: 100 Nos Per Month
  • Delivery Time: Immediately
  • Packaging Details: Standard Cartons

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  • 500 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater (Pressurized)
  • 500 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater (Pressurized)
  • 500 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater (Pressurized)
  • 500 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater (Pressurized)
  • 500 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater (Pressurized)
  • 500 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater (Pressurized)
  • 500 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater (Pressurized)
  • 500 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater (Pressurized)
  • 500 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater (Pressurized)
500 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater (Pressurized)

500 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater (Pressurized)

Rs 1.01 Lakh  / PieceGet Best Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 1 Piece

Product Brochure

Capacity500 LPD
ModelSunjivan Solar
Warranty5 Years
Flat Plate Collector Fins4 Nos
Electric heater backup (optional)Available
Brand NameSunjivan Solar
Country of OriginMade in India

Advantages of Pressurized FPC Solar Water Heaters:

  1. Efficiency: Pressurized systems often exhibit higher efficiency compared to non-pressurized ones, especially in colder climates. The pressurized circulation system helps ensure effective heat transfer from the collector to the water.

  2. Versatility: Pressurized systems can be suitable for a wide range of applications, including residential and commercial settings. They are capable of meeting higher hot water demand due to the pressurized circulation system.

  3. Frost Protection: The pressurized nature of the system helps prevent freezing issues in colder climates. Antifreeze solutions or heat exchangers can be added for additional frost protection.

It's important to consider that pressurized FPC solar water heaters may have higher upfront costs and increased complexity compared to non-pressurized systems. Regular maintenance is also crucial to ensure the proper functioning of the pump and other pressurized components.

For the most current and region-specific information, it is advisable to consult local experts, manufacturers, or relevant authorities familiar with the latest developments in solar water heating technology.



Additional Information:

  • Production Capacity: 50 Nos Per Month
  • Delivery Time: Immediately
  • Packaging Details: Standard Cartons

View Complete details

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  • 375 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater (Pressurized)
  • 375 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater (Pressurized)
  • 375 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater (Pressurized)
  • 375 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater (Pressurized)
  • 375 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater (Pressurized)
  • 375 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater (Pressurized)
  • 375 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater (Pressurized)
375 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater (Pressurized)

375 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater (Pressurized)

Rs 84,000  / PieceGet Best Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 1 Piece

Product Brochure

Capacity300 LPD
BrandSunjivan Solar
Model375 FPC Pressurized Solar
Warranty5 Years
Flat Plate Collector Fins3 Nos
Electric heater backup (optional)Available
Brand NameSunjivan Solar
Country of OriginMade in India

Advantages of Pressurized FPC Solar Water Heaters:

  1. Efficiency: Pressurized systems often exhibit higher efficiency compared to non-pressurized ones, especially in colder climates. The pressurized circulation system helps ensure effective heat transfer from the collector to the water.

  2. Versatility: Pressurized systems can be suitable for a wide range of applications, including residential and commercial settings. They are capable of meeting higher hot water demand due to the pressurized circulation system.

  3. Frost Protection: The pressurized nature of the system helps prevent freezing issues in colder climates. Antifreeze solutions or heat exchangers can be added for additional frost protection.

It's important to consider that pressurized FPC solar water heaters may have higher upfront costs and increased complexity compared to non-pressurized systems. Regular maintenance is also crucial to ensure the proper functioning of the pump and other pressurized components.

For the most current and region-specific information, it is advisable to consult local experts, manufacturers, or relevant authorities familiar with the latest developments in solar water heating technology.



Additional Information:

  • Production Capacity: 40 Nos Per Month
  • Delivery Time: Immediately
  • Packaging Details: Standard

View Complete details

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  • 250 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater Systems (Non Pressurized)
  • 250 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater Systems (Non Pressurized)
  • 250 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater Systems (Non Pressurized)
  • 250 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater Systems (Non Pressurized)
  • 250 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater Systems (Non Pressurized)
  • 250 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater Systems (Non Pressurized)
250 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater Systems (Non Pressurized)

250 LPD FPC Solar Water Heater Systems (Non Pressurized)

Rs 54,000  / PieceGet Best Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 1 Piece

Product Brochure

Capacity250 LPD
BrandSunjivan Solar
ModelFPC 001
Warranty5 years
Flat Plate Collector Fins2 Nos
Electric heater backup (optional)Available
Brand NameSunjivan Solar
Country of OriginMade in India

Non-pressurized FPC solar water heaters typically consist of the following components:

  1. Flat-Plate Collectors (FPC): These collectors are the heart of the solar water heating system. They are flat, rectangular boxes with a transparent cover (usually glass) on the top and an insulated backing. Inside the collector, there is a dark-colored absorber plate that absorbs sunlight and converts it into heat.

  2. Water Storage Tank: The system includes a storage tank where the heated water is stored for later use. This tank is often located above the collector to facilitate the natural circulation of water.

  3. Circulation System: Non-pressurized systems rely on natural convection for the circulation of water. Cold water from the bottom of the storage tank flows into the collector, where it is heated by solar radiation. As the water heats up, it rises back into the storage tank, creating a natural circulation loop.

  4. No Pressure Components: Unlike pressurized solar water heaters, non-pressurized systems operate at atmospheric pressure. This means they are generally simpler and less expensive to install and maintain. However, they may not be suitable for all climates or high-demand applications.

Advantages of Non-Pressurized FPC Solar Water Heaters:

  1. Cost-Effective: Non-pressurized systems are often more affordable to install compared to pressurized counterparts, making them a cost-effective option for certain applications.

  2. Simplicity: The absence of a pump and pressure components simplifies the system, reducing the risk of component failure and maintenance requirements.

  3. Reliability: Non-pressurized systems can be more reliable in terms of long-term operation due to their simplicity and the absence of pressurized components.

However, it's essential to consider the limitations of non-pressurized FPC solar water heaters, such as potential freezing issues in cold climates and the fact that they may not be as efficient as pressurized systems in delivering hot water under high demand.

For the most up-to-date and region-specific information, it is advisable to consult local experts, manufacturers, or relevant authorities familiar with the latest developments in solar water heating technology.



Additional Information:

  • Production Capacity: 100 Nos Per Month
  • Delivery Time: Immediately
  • Packaging Details: Standard Packageing

View Complete details

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