Orange takes over production from Philippine

As of 1 January 2013, Orange Energy GmbH & Co.KG, with headquarters in the Bavarian town Schweitenkirchen, has taken over the complete collector production of the German manufacturer Philippine GmbH & Co. Technische Kunststoffe KG. The two vacuum tube collectors Sunpur 10HP and 15DF are now manufactured and sold by Orange Energy. In addition to solar panels, Orange Energy has manufactured heat distribution and control systems at its headquarters for many years, and can now round off their product range with their own collector production. "Made in Germany" is important for the Managing Director, Josef Heckmeier. Sunpur collectors, which are equipped with tubes from the German manufacturer Narva, fit into this concept very well. The products are designed to meet high standards, according to Heckmeier, but can still be sold at a reasonable price.

Jens Peter Meyer

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