FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Today we will solve some of the questions that our customers usually ask us about our airborne solar panels:
What makes you different from standard solar collectors?
Being the same source of energy, the Sun, in the flat solar collectors by air is AIR the fluid that heats, NOT WATER. Therefore, in addition to water, IAXXON flat panel collectors can provide direct heating and heated ventilation.
How do IAXXON solar panels work?
In simple terms, IAXXON solar panels work thanks to the use of solar energy, which heats the air that passes through the interior of the collectors. This air, which is dry (relative humidity) and hot, can be used for multiple options such as heating, water heating, dehumidifying spaces, etc.
How much does the maintenance cost?
We rely on the CTE to elaborate the specific maintenance of the solar thermal installations, although due to our singularity (the air as a heat-carrying fluid) we should not execute many of the tasks that the CTE marks (glycol, for example, in our installations we do not carry). This makes us much more economical in maintenance work, being the only components of the primary (in addition to the collectors) sheet metal ducts, a fan and the exchanger.
How long does an IAXXON solar panel last?
The panels are made with aluminium and glass of the highest quality, so the time is similar to a window of a house: about 30 years.
Do IAXXON solar panels suffer from heat?
In our case, IAXXON panels do not have any problem related to high temperatures, since they do not carry glycol as a heating fluid, but air. They can reach temperatures of over 100 degrees without being affected. Therefore, we do not incorporate heat dissipaters or air heaters in our installations, with the consequent savings in installation and maintenance costs.
What do we do with IAXXON solar panels when it freezes?
Nothing. As air is what circulates through our primary circuit, there are no problems related to freezing of the liquid and the consequent breakage of the panel or pipes.
For more information you can contact us by calling 954 856 880 or using the attached form and we will be happy to answer you: