July 2016

Yorkshire Housing Association – Solar Water Heating

Housing Association Solar Thermal Domestic Water Heating Installation Premium Solar Water Heating panels for a domestic development of New homes for Yorkshire Housing. All the houses were fitted with (x3) LSP20+ Premium Panels and a 300L RM Tank. The homes have been fitted with many energy efficient measures to assist the residents in managing the ever rising  day to day energy costs. The panels lend themselves well to the roof profile as they are very thin, sitting nicely to compliment [...]

National Trust Historic Interest Solar Water Heating

The National Trust for Places of Historic Interest or Natural Beauty, commonly known as the National Trust, is a charity and membership organisation for heritage conservation in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. In Scotland, there is a separate and independent National Trust for Scotland. The Trust is proud of what has been achieved over the last 126 years and is determined to maintain those high standards of conservation, stewardship and curatorial care for which it has been recognised throughout the [...]

June 2016

British High Commission Nigeria – Solar Water Heating

The French construction group Bouygues Construction – A leader in sustainable construction, the Group sees shared innovation as its primary added value and ensures that health and safety are its top priorities. It has pledged to cut its greenhouse gas emissions by 30% by 2030 and offers its customers a wide range of low-carbon solutions. They were awarded the high profile contract to construct the New British High Commission in Abuja, Nigeria. The building specification required a high quality [...]

May 2016

-40° C Solar Water Heating & Super Hot KSA Vacuum Panels

The highest mountain in Germany is called the Zugspitze and in the late 1990s a hotel called the Schneefernerhaus closed down and its premises were adapted to use as an Environmental Research Station. Its main task is to measure accurately and carefully changes in atmospheric pollution. There are many places doing this work throughout the world and the sum of their research adds greatly to our knowledge about global warming and climate change. If you went skiing on the Zugspitze, [...]

April 2016

Lochinvar CIBSE – Liverpool John Moore University – Solar Water Heating

Liverpool John Moores University is a public research university in the city of Liverpool, England. The university can trace its origins to the Liverpool Mechanics’ School of Arts, established in 1823. This later merged to become Liverpool Polytechnic Solar Water Heating is the first choice for University Project Details 11,500m 2, 6 floor innovative learning accommodation for students. Hot water requirement throughout the day for numerous hand wash basins, showers and several catering facilities. An integrated industrial solar thermal solution has been supplied to [...]

March 2016

Sussex Domestic Solar Water Heating – Supplementing the Swimming Pool

D H Solar Engineering installed a (x4) panel In-Roof solar water heating system which was mounted on the main house roof. Aesthetics for the roof line were important so the way the panels were mounted needed to compliment the building. An In-Roof mounted system was chosen so the panels sat nearly flush with the roof tiles. This made the installation look to be integrated within the roof profiles as opposed to an add-on. Installing In-Roof further protected the back [...]

January 2016

Campsite Off-Grid Solar Water Heating

Portable Campsite Solar Water Heating Showers – Gravity Fed No Electricity Required Thermosiphon Geyser solar water heating systems are a very cost effective way of producing hot water due to their simplicity in design and installation requirements. Usually more common in hotter climate countries a typical system will involve a standard solar panel, hot water cylinder and connection pipes. We have developed a system which can now be used in Northern Europe. This system takes full advantage of heat energy and [...]

March 2016

South Africa – Solar Swimming Pool Heating

 Plettenberg Bay, towards the eastern end of the Garden Route, is a playground for South Africa’s wealthy holidaymakers. There are many   activities available as well as lots of great restaurants. Plettenberg Bay spreads across the hills, overlooking the bay of the same   name, and steep streets lead down to cliffs with spectacular views: whales   (in season) and dolphins cruise the waters between white sandy beaches   and the plunging cliffs of the Tsitsikamma Mountains. A very specialist project for a Solar Swimming [...]