For Businesses and Homes Throughout the SW
The New TD Store Series
The TD Store is a new revolutionary Thermodynamic hot water system for your home that could save you up to 80% on your water bills. It will absorb warmth from both sides of the panel and produce efficient hot water in its own storage tank whilst simultaneously heating the existing water cylinder in your home at the fraction of the cost of a standard boiler. The exclusive static condensation process in the TD Store is completely unique; it offers much lower running costs and resolves issues being experienced with other TD systems such as air intake and space for installation. Here are the full system schematics and technical data.
- It doesn't need sunlight to work - so it's ideal for the UK
- Low cost option with a High CoP (Coefficient)
- They do not need to be pointed to the south to absorb energy - some are even placed indoors
- Very easy to install
- Very little maintenance required
- Non-toxic and environmentally safe
- Will not over-heat or freeze
- Light weight panels
- Will work in all weathers 365 days a year
- Protected panels are not effected by hard water, lime, rust and long term erosion
How does it work?
- A chlorine free refrigerant fluid (R134a) circulates within the thermodynamic panel at low temperature. The fluid effectively absorbs the ambient solar radiation from the panel as well as from the general air temperature (including external factors such as sun, rain or wind will all contribute to evaporating the fluid).
- This fluid is then compressed further raising the heat and pressure and it transforms into a gas.
- The heated pressurised gas then travels to the condenser, a coil surrounding the cylinder (food safety), where the hot energy is transferred to the water inside of the cylinder.
- Once the heat transference has taken place, the refrigerant reaches an expansion valve and becomes liquid again. The pressure is released and the fluid travels back into the panel to start the process again.
- Very simple, very effective.
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