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Pbsolutions is one of the reputed and leading Supreme Solar water heaters and solar lights suppliers. Our products are Supreme Solar Water Heaters (Evacuated Tube Collectors and Flat Plate Collectors), TCL Air Conditioners, Supreme Solar Rooftop Solutions, Supreme Electric Geysers, Supreme Cooktop, and Hobs, Supreme Heat Pumps, Supreme Kitchen Chimneys and more.
We provide Quality products, Solar Installation, all type of Solar service, and Fast Delivery.
Solar Water Heaters
Glass Lines Solar Water Heaters
Supreme Glass Lined Solar Water Heater Make Life Better!
What is Glass Lining?
It is a non-stick coating created by melting special glass material in an automatic furnace at a very high temperature (around 850°C). ‘Glass lining’ is an internationally renowned technology in solar water heating systems to help provide clean hot water.
Benefits of Supreme Glass Lined solar water heaters
- Supreme delivers the high pressure required for all your modern bathroom fittings such as the latest shower panels.
- High-Density Compressed PUF insulated storage tank to retain the Hot water up to 48 hrs.
- By using the most advanced tubes gives better performance even in cloudy weather.
- Suitable for bore well water and hard water usage.
- Prevents corrosion from hard water ensuring the system stays free from leakage.
- 2 KW / 3 KW back-up heater with Thermostat (optional).
- Prevents the build-up of rust and bacteria, keeping the hard water clean and hygienic.
- Supreme solar meets your hot water needs saving your money every day.
- 5 Lack of Satisfied Families across INDIA.
Double Access Doors – Make it possible to clean the tank
Glass Lining – Prevents any impurities from sticking to the tank
High-Pressure High-Density PUF Insulation – Keeps water warm for longer
Capsule Dish-end-shaped tank – Withstands greater pressure
Special Profile Rolled Section Stand– Provides stability and strength to the system
3t Gold Standard Tubes– Give you maximum Hot Water
- Type of collector: ETC
- Specifications: 58-2100mm
- Frame Angle: 27 degrees
- Inner tank materials: Enamel steel of 2 mm & 2.5 mm with a glass lined coating
- Inner Dish: 2.5mm
- Outer Dish: Aluminum with powder coated
- Insulation: 50 mm high-quality PUF materials
- Outer tank: Powder coated / Stainless Steel
How does a solar rooftop system work?
A grid-connected solar rooftop system set-up along with a bi-directional meter can be used to monitor the energy generated and consumed by solar-powered households. If surplus power is generated, the energy is fed into the grid and the household receives an annual credit in the electricity bill based on net meter readings.
The grid-connected system eliminates the use of batteries, thereby bringing down capital cost and space required for setting up a solar power plant.
So, if you want to join in too, and not only do your bit for renewable energy but also bring about some savings in your energy bill, here are some more basics that you might want to know.
Cost and savings implications
For residential flats, a capacity of 5 kW, 10 kW and multiples thereof can be applied for common usage as group application.
The average cost of a 1KWp plant is close to Rs 75,000/-
A 1KWp plant produces 4-5 units of electricity per day. Households can decide on the capacity of the plant required to power their needs based on their existing consumption. The feed-in credit on the consumer’s electricity bill from excess power generation can be availed for a year, as per the rates fixed by the Electricity Board.
Prerequisites of installation
A 1kw panel requires a rooftop space of 12 sq.m or 100 sq. feet for installation
Benefits of solar
- A substantial reduction in electricity bills over a period of time
- It is a renewable source of energy that can be harnessed on a daily basis
- Protection against tariff increase as the life of a solar panel is 25 years
- Savings made on solar is tax-free
- It is an environment-friendly alternative to conventional electricity, reducing the reliance on coal and fossil fuels
- Encourages self-sufficiency and reduces wastage as excess power is transferred to the grid