Solar Hot Water Heating Kits
Sun-In-One’s complete solar hot water heater kits are used to produce domestic hot water in space heating systems. These heaters remove the need for expensive heating systems, and instead use energy from the sun to give you a reliable source of hot water. They can be used in both residential and commercial settings. Sun-In-One™ complete solar hot water heating kits are both BAA and ARRA compliant.
Choose our flat plate collector kit, or our evacuated tube collector kit. Kits are used to produce domestic hot water in space heating systems. Available in various sizes they are perfect for residential, commercial and industrial applications. Each kit is available with or without a 75-gallon storage tank, and will use either water or water/glycol for the cooling fluid.
Solar Hot Water-Heater Kit
|Kit #||Model #||
|SIOHWH1||Flat Plate Collector|
Flat Plate Collector, No Tank
Evacuated Tube, No Tank
Our Solar Flat Plate Collector is best suited for domestic hot water heating systems.
The Solar Flat Plate Collector employs a blue-sputtered absorbent coating as well as polyurethane insulation, making it incredibly efficient and absorbent, optimizing its heat production.
-: It’s construction makes it capable of withstanding a wide range of thermal stresses as well as any weather environments.
-: It will reliably provide hot water to space heater systems.
-: The Solar Flat Plate Collector can also be used to power a solar air-conditioning system, and is capable of up to 15,200 BTU of cooling per panel per day.
Our Evacuated Tube Collector is suited for residential, commercial, and industrial applications. The Evacuated Tube collector is best suited for larger load situations, and will reliably provide hot water and power space heaters and air conditioning in all climates.
It is capable of creating hot water for heating systems as well as powering a solar air conditioning unit, making it ideal for year-round use.
It is capable of up to 79,000 BTU of cooling per panel per day.
Our kits are designed for three-day autonomy. In order to do this, we design for the amount of hours of peak sunlight a certain region gets in a day. Use the map on the right to determine which zone you are in, and include that information in the contact form below. If you are not sure which zone you are in, we can help you figure that out.
– Make sure your intended location for the solar panel sees no shade between 9 AM and 3 PM.
– When installing the panel, make sure it is facing solar south. South on Google Maps is solar south.
– If you intend on installing the panel over 20ft from your light, please let us know in the contact form below.