We are talking about the SolTech Energy system to generate clean and sustainable energy through solar thermal energy, with solar glass roof tiles. A Swedish innovation that can reduce heating costs. A unique heating system with tiles made of transparent glass. They are also visually beautiful and will give your roof a unique look.
The energy efficiency is gradually becoming a vital requirement for homes. People are increasingly turning to more environmentally friendly alternatives.
Solar heating, for example, can be both efficient and elegant with these solar glass roof tiles. This combination of technology and ecology is part of the change we need. This tile will not need a bright sun in order to function normally.
Its operation is quite simple and easy to understand. The base of the tiles is made of black nylon, which absorbs heat and transmits it to the air that circulates under the tiles, heating it. The air is channeled to a heat accumulator and used for heating or hot water. So the tiles do not heat water, but clean air. The system generates around 350 kWh of heat per square meter, depending on the climate.
These solar tiles are made of glass and weigh the same as clay tiles, so they do not place additional loads on the building structure. Glass is easy to produce and recycle, the useful life of this material is longer than clay or concrete. Glass tiles are another option to save energy and money at the same time.
It can be used to cover open and closed spaces, thus it can fulfill a double function of protection and capture of solar radiation.
These glass solar tiles are integrated into the structure of buildings and provide a modern aesthetic to any building, which would avoid the installation of the more intrusive and less aesthetic conventional solar panels. It can be used to replace any roof, to cover or shade any open space, to cover sports courts or swimming pools and even to close terraces or open spaces in home gardens, restaurants, golf clubs, hotels and any other outdoor space. free.
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