Heat Streamer – Solar Water Heater Kit

$249.00 (as of December 10, 2018, 9:30 am)

Heats 5 gallons of water from 68°F (room temp) to 122°F (above hot tub temp) in four hours.
Jumps temp of any input water flowing through by 37°F at flow rate of 5 gallons per hour.
Heats water at a rate of 165 watts.

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Go with the flow water in one side of the panel, hot water comes out the other. Simple! The Heat Streamer solar water thermal collector is as powerful and efficient as it is reasonably priced and easy to install. Whether you’re building an urban roof-mounted solar water panel system or a DIY solar pool heater to cut energy costs, or need a plentiful supply of solar hot water for a remote location, the Heat Streamer is designed to get your project moving now. Easy DIY-in a position Design: Standard 1/4″ copper pipe through-Go with the flow in/out ports for easy connections. Engineered to easily integrate into DIY or standard plumbing systems, the copper manifold pipe is comprised of 10 continuous “u-pipe” bends, maximizing your hookup options whilst minimizing size, weight, and cost. Unit measures 23″ wide, 22″ tall, 3″ thick. Weighs 19 lbs. WARNING: HIGHLY EFFICIENT SOLAR THERMAL COLLECTOR. Sunlight is extremely powerful. Steam & burn danger. Never connect to a closed system without pressure relief. Do not touch internal components when heated. Glass vacuum tubes, copper pipe manifold and aluminum frame ship disassembled. Some assembly required. Instructions are included. Built in USA with world-class imported glass vacuum tubes. Now we have got you covered with U.S.-based sales and tech beef up, a 30-day money-back guarantee, and a 10-year warranty on the Heat Streamer’s performance. Don’t let that solar energy get away, take hold of your kit today! More info on our other solar products and electric bike conversion kits can also be on our web site: http://www.electric-bike-kit.com/solarwaterheater.aspx
Heats 5 gallons of water from 68°F (room temp) to 122°F (above hot tub temp) in four hours.
Jumps temp of any input water flowing through by 37°F at Go with the flow rate of 5 gallons per hour.
Heats water at a rate of 165 watts.

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