In the process of water heating, we utilize the energy of the environment. These are: solar radiation, heat from the wind, water from rain and so on. In order to use them, we use the laws of thermodynamics, formulated towards the end of the 18th century by French physicist Sadi Carnot.
In the case of our thermodynamic solar panels, the concept of thermodynamics are applied. We utilize a refrigerating gas that evaporates at -26 degrees celsius. This gas allows us to transport the heat captured by our panels to the water, heating it up.
Thus, although the panel may not be exposed to a maximum of solar radiation, we are able to capture the radiation from the heat of the wind and the rain, since the gas inside is in a state of 10 degrees celsius.
Through a thermodynamic block we make it so the gas is heated, rising its temperature until 110 degrees celsius. Then, through an interchanger we are able to heat up water up to 55 degrees celsius, which allows us to give you the guarantee that you'll have hot water the entire year around, even in the coldest winter.