Hot water tank stratifying solar energy storage


In today’s boiler room. It’s a usual sight to see the mess of old piping accumulator tanks are also having a lot of connections. Connections are potential heat loss, making it important to have a minimum of connections, tanks, helium.

All the connections are gathered on a panel at the back of the tank. This gives you easy installation and a better looking system. It is also easy to combine different heat sources, for example, a pellet boiler, a heat pump and a stove, as they are all connected to the same connection.

This is possible due to that the stratifying pipe is taken care of the different temperatures defying tank with a traditional coil in a tank system. You will see the difference. Clearly, this is from a lab test.

The color is added to illustrate how the hot temperature is moving in the tank to the left. You see a coil in a tank and hot water is circulated through the coil, the heat exchanges from the coil to the outer water, which is showing how it mixes hot and cold water in the complete tank.

While on the right side, the stratifying pipe is directly placing the hot water at the top, this means that you can use a higher temperature and it can also be used almost directly. The stratifying layer is also very sharp.

The silly untag has to stratifying pipes, one is for loading and one is for unloading, the tank on hot water to illustrate how this works. We have split it in four cases. In the first case, we have a pellet boiler, which is loading the tank with 70 degrees, hot water.

The stratifying pipe is then distributing the water onto the top when the boiler stops and after a while, the solar panel kicks in and loads the tank with 50 degree water. The stratifying pipe then distributes it below the 70 degree layer you when it comes to unloading.

The tank we have, in this case a radiator system as a consumer, the return temperature is 30 degrees, and this water will drop the stratifying pipe is then distributing it to the lower part of the tank you in the next case, we have hot water, consuming the Cold water, that comes in as 8 degrees, the water drops and the stratifying pipe is then placing it at the bottom of the tank.

All the movement of water is done inside the stratifying pipe and the surrounding water is not moving higher performance, easier installation, faster, hot water output, integrated control system, integrated pump unit for a solar system, one pipe connection and built-in heat traps.