The Vitosol family of advanced flat-plate and tube collectors impress thanks to their high operational reliability and long service life. Vitosol solar collectors are made of corrosion - and UV-resistant materials. This is impressively verified by quality testing as per test standard EN 12975 or ISO 9801, which also confirms the consistently high thermal output.
Viessmann can draw on 30 years of experience in developing and manufacturing solar collectors.
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A powerful, high performance flat-plate collector with switching ThermProtect absorber layer. With an individual absorber area of 2.3 m², the Vitosol 200-FM solar collectors can be effectively matched to any energy demand,...
A high performance vacuum tube collector that meets the highest demands for efficiency and safety. Ideal for installation on detached houses and apartment buildings, it is particularly recommended for use in restricted spa...
On average, the sun emits 1,000 kWh of energy onto every square metre of central Europe every year. This is equivalent to the energy content in 100 litres of fuel oil. With Viessmann solar collectors from the VItosol family, you can harness this energy to generate heat. A solar thermal system is the ideal addition to any heating system, reducing energy consumption and saving money for the long term.
When it comes to environmental compatibility, you'll be on the sunny side of the street with Viessmann solar thermal systems: when a detached house uses such a system, it produces, on average, about three quarters of a ton less carbon dioxide (CO2) per year.
With solar thermal technology, one important savings potential is offered by DHW heating. In our latitudes, solar collectors combined with a DHW cylinder represent the most interesting alternative to boiler operation, especially during the summer months. In spring and autumn, you may often be able to turn off your boiler when using solar energy to back up your central heating.
With a photovoltaic system, you also have your own power plant right on the roof of your house. Up to 100% of the total annual power consumption of a four-person household can be produced from it. Thanks to the feed-in tariff in effect since April 2010, money can be earned for every kilowatt hour of energy generated, plus additional money for any energy fed into the grid.