Thermosiphonic system with aluminium tubing


The solar specialist Chromagen from Israel has developed an innovative cooper-free, aluminium tubing thermosiphonic, closed-loop system for flat or inclined roof installations. The aluminium tubing was realised to lower the cost of the system. It consists of a flat plate collector with aluminium risers and manifolds, storage tank with a double-jacket heat exchanger and an aluminium connection kit which includes quick fittings. The fittings where developed by Chromagen and are patented. The systems aluminium piping is completely insulated and its steel rack is modular and corrosion protected.

Jan Gesthuizen

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