Solar collector Pellesol-Top
Heating systems designed for the future already include solar power, because the sun sends no bills. You too can use free energy from the sun and significantly ease the burden on your household budget. During the summer months and whenever there is plenty of sunlight, you can meet almost all your hot water and heating requirements with solar energy.
Solar thermal system to complement your pellet boiler
Everything is better when the sun shines. For ÖkoFEN, the Pellesol-Top solar collector is therefore the logical addition to its ecologically oriented product range. The Pellesol-Top solar collector absorbs solar energy with the help of its specially coated, aluminium absorber surface and passes on the absorbed heat energy to the buffer cylinder.
Heating cost savings & subsidies
Alongside its top quality and 10-year guarantee, the solar collector makes a mark with its appealing design. The Pellesol-Top collector is certified with the Solar Keymark, so it meets all the subsidy criteria.
Invest once in Pellesol-Top collectors and benefit forever from free solar energy.
The sun is an inexhaustible energy source. The radiation from it hitting the earth's surface every year corresponds to a thousand times the world's energy needs.
Unlike fossil fuels such as oil, gas, coal and uranium, it is unaffected by market speculation and available in unlimited quantities.
For heating and hot water
The Pellesol-Top collector is perfectly suited to domestic hot water heating but can also be used to support your central heating system. It is an ideal match for ÖkoFEN boilers. With a gross collector surface area of 2.32 m², the collector features a high efficiency level of 83%.
Clever mounting systems
To suit the collectors, you also receive a precisely coordinated, easily installed, robust mounting system made of aluminium and stainless steel for different installation situations. The One-Turn assembly technology puts an end to tiresome tightening. One turn suffices to secure the special flush-fitting bolt.
In a detached house, an estimated collector surface area of 1.5 m² per resident is required for domestic hot water heating. This allows 60% of the annual DHW demand to be met. If four people live in the house (with a roof pitch of 40°), a collector area of 4 x 1.5 m² = 6 m² is required.