Vitosol 200-F SP2A - the elegant collector
Take advantage of these benefits
- Elegant and attractive design
- Constant high performance without risk of contamination
- Vacuum tube collector based on the heat pipe principle for high operational reliability
- Requires less surface area than a flat-plate collector
- Great flexibility in installation because it can be installed in virtually any position
Impressive in both appearance and performance
The Vitosol 200-T SP2A vacuum tube collector is equally impressive on façades, pitched roofs and in large solar plants. With its elegant design, it is also an attractive architectural feature. It is suitable for both small and large systems.
It offers high output values due to the vacuum insulation inside the tubes and the highly effective thermal insulation with melamine resin foam in the header casing.
The heat pipe principle ensures reliable operation. Absorber surfaces integrated into in the vacuum tubes allow it to provide constantly high output with no risk of contamination.
Maximum heat transfer with Duotec
To maximise heat transfer, the condensers are completely enclosed in the patented stainless steel Duotec twin pipe heat exchanger.
The Vitosol 200-T SP2A offers great flexibility in installation, with mounting in virtually any position. For rapid installation, the heating contractor requires just two mounting rails per module.
Heat pipe principle
In heat pipe systems, the solar medium does not flow directly through the tubes. Instead, a process medium evaporates inside the heat pipe below the absorber and transfers the heat to the heat transfer medium via the Duotec twin pipe heat exchanger.
ESOP Online provide you with a calculation program for solar thermal systems, which you can use to compare and contrast various product configurations and combinations and their cost effectiveness.
Once you have entered all the required parameters, ESOP calculates the standard values for the insolation energy and the resulting system yield, as well as the percentage of your total energy demand covered by the various different combination options.