Posted by Tom Jaszewski on October 31, 2004, 11:55 pm
Can I realistically get much heat in a Las Vegas winter?
Las Vegas, Nevada
Solar Thermal Hot Tub Heating Equipment For:
800 gallon hot tub in Las Vegas, NV
1 Closed-Loop 408 32 SW Hot Tub Heating System
1 Gobi 408 Collector add 159 to substitute a Gobi 410
Flush mount roof hardware
1 LX 220 / B Solar Controller
1 Collector Loop Pump 15-42 F
1 Cupronickel heat exchanger HEX 32 CNTB
1 EX2 Expansion tank
1 Air vent and bushing, pressure relief valve and gauge
4 Dyn-O-Flo Heat transfer fluid
Installation and operation manual
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one need only own a shovel.
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Posted by nicksanspam on November 1, 2004, 11:23 am
Tom Jaszewski <X-No-Archive: yes> wrote:
Where's the cloudy-day heat store?
Posted by hippy gardener on November 1, 2004, 2:09 pm
On 1 Nov 2004 06:23:28 -0500, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Thanks Nick, but what would a cloudy-day heat store achieve?
Extremely new to this....
I'm guessing with 10 cloudy days a winter this may not be an issue?
My original question stands....Can I realistically get much heat by
using this system?
Posted by nicksanspam on November 1, 2004, 7:01 pm
About 32 ft^2 for the 408... 1804 Btu/ft^2 falls on a sloped surface
on an average 45.7 F December day.
It would keep the tub warm on a cloudy day. You might look into evac
tubes that store hot water inside, eg Sunda Seido-3s sold in Germany.
You may have more than that...
Sure, but most of it may be useless, if 103 is too cool and 105 is too hot.
Posted by hippy gardener on November 1, 2004, 10:34 pm
On 1 Nov 2004 14:01:25 -0500, email@example.com wrote:
That went over my head?