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SOLAR PANEL BLUEPRINT - THERMAL DIY - MAKE YOUR
OWN SOLAR THERMAL PANELS AT HOME AND ENJOY FREE
HEATING & COOLING - DIY PLANS GUIDE
YOU WILL BE ABLE TO GENERATE 750watts OF FREE
ENERGY WITH THE HELP OF THIS GUIDE


BUY NOW, INSTANT DIGITAL DOWNLOAD.

Have you ever felt warm water trickle out of a
garden hose thats been sitting in the sun? If so,
then youve witnessed solar water heating in action.

Now imagine that same water moving slowly though a
system specifically designed to heat and store
water that is the essence of solar thermal water
heating. People have for centuries used water
heated by the sun and stored it for bathing, hand
washing, cleaning clothes, heating homes and much
more. The solar thermal systems used today combine
the most efficient techniques for capturing the
suns heat with modern plumbing systems to produce
cost effective hot water and reduce the need for
gas or electricity to heat water.

There are a number of different solar thermal
designs, but all are based on the same simple
principle as the garden hose. Each has its pros
and cons, and each is suitable for a specific
application.


Passive solar technologies are means of using
sunlight for useful energy without use of active
mechanical systems (as contrasted to active
solar). Such technologies convert sunlight into
usable heat (water, air, thermal mass), cause
air-movement for ventilating, or store heat for
future use, with little use of other energy
sources. A common example is a solarium on the
equator-side of a building. Passive cooling is the
use of the same design principles to reduce summer
cooling requirements.

Technologies that use a significant amount of
conventional energy to power pumps or fans are
active solar technologies. Some passive systems
use a small amount of conventional energy to
control dampers, shutters, night insulation, and
other devices that enhance solar energy
collection, storage, use, and reduce undesirable
heat transfer.



Passive solar technologies include direct and
indirect solar gain for space heating, solar water
heating systems based on the thermo siphon, use of
thermal mass and phase-change materials for
slowing indoor air temperature swings, solar
cookers, the solar chimney for enhancing natural
ventilation, and earth sheltering.

More widely, passive solar technologies include
the solar furnace and solar forge, but these
typically require some external energy for
aligning their concentrating mirrors or receivers,
and historically have not proven to be practical
or cost effective for wide-spread use.
'Low-grade' energy needs, such as space and
water heating, have proven, over time, to be
better applications for passive use of solar energy.



STEP BY STEP DIY GUIDE - WORTH EVERY SINGLE PENNY


MAKE YOUR OWN SOLAR THERMAL PANELS AND USE FREE
ENERGY, ILLUSTRATED DIAGRAMS WITH STEP BY STEP
INSTRUCTIONS. YOU CAN ALSO USE THESE SOLAR PANELS
AS A COOLING ALTERNATIVE HIGH EFFICIENT PANELS,
CAREFULLY DESIGNED TO KEEP HOUSE IN MODERN SHAPE.
OUT PUT OF 2500BTU THAT IS EQUAL TO 750 WATTS
IF INSTALLED, THESE PANELS WILL RAISE MARKET VALUE
OF YOUR HOUSE


YOU CAN DESIGN YOUR OWN PANEL FOR LESS THEN $125,
BUILDING MATERIAL IS EASILY AVAILABLE IN LOCAL MARKET.

Solar thermal systems also differ by the type of
collector used to gather and store the suns
energy. Flat plate collectors are the simplest and
most common type. Copper pipes wind back and forth
through the flat plate collector, which is painted
black to absorb heat and covered with glass, or
glazing, to prevent heat from escaping. Often
the pipes are painted black and bonded to the
material of the flat plate collector to maximize
heat absorption. -- courtesy wikipedia


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