Hamworthy Heating moves into commercial solar water heating

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An integrated approach to using solar energy to generate domestic hot water for commercial applications has been developed by Hamworthy Heating.
Hamworthy Heating has introduced a system to generate domestic hot water using solar energy. Modusol is a modular system for commercial applications. It includes high-quality solar collectors, a Biral solar-energy control system, high-performance Powerstock calorifiers and storage tanks — all designed to achieve a fully integrated system. The controller optimises performance by integrating solar and traditional water heating. Operating information is displayed alongside actual and set-point temperatures. The controller can be operated in manual or automatic mode. As usual with the Hamworth package, the Modusol solar hot-water system comes complete with full product and design support at all stages of the project
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