Scientists have gone out of their way to find ways of increasing our lives by making us aware of technologies available to save money and power consumption to our homes and businesses. Going green will not only help the environment, but more attractive is the massive change you will see in your electricity usage. The major power eaters within our homes are kettles, stoves, ovens, pool heaters and geysers – basically anything with an element will be the reason you have that gigantic electricity bill each month. Solar geysers have become increasing demand worldwide and many people are already experiencing much lower power consumption bills each month and still have hot water at all times. South Africa experiences the highest ratings of radiation within the world and boasts it with a whopping 1450kWh / M2 to 1950kWh / M2 per annual.
With ratings as high as that, solar panels will have a full effect on the systems that they are connected to. Solar geysers look a lot like our ordinary geysers and can be mounted on top of your roof or inside the roof. The only differences are the solar collectors followed with the transfer mediums towards the storage container. The collector is mounted on top of the roof, where the sun's rays get captured / grouped in order to have you enjoying hot water. The water gets transferred to the container through a transfer medium which consist of glycol. The glycol only keeps the water from freezing in below zero temperatures. The storage container is bigger than conventional geyser water containers and consistants of much more insulation to keep the water hot at all times.
More and more individuals are resorting to cleaner and safer of producing heat and electricity, solar energy helps to reduce our carbon footprint. With conventional ways of producing electricity there are always risks of air pollution and water pollution. By utilizing the suns energy you can reduce this pollution considerably. Investing in a solar geyser can be one of the best decisions that you and your family can make.