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Posted by Tony on January 30, 2007, 9:58 am
 
Does anyone know of a good reflective foil or other material to use in a
solar concentrator that stands up to the
weather and ultraviolet light ?
The people at Neilson enterprises said they didn't know and wouldn't tell me
what brand of reflective material
they were using, they gave me a spec sheet for mylar not the plastic stuff
they were using.

Does anyone have experience using that material from Neilson enterprises in
the weather (rain, snow, wind) ?

I tried Anacoil there aluminum sheet with a mirror finish looks great but
they won't get back with me.
Does anybody know a dealer in the USA ?

Any experience with reflective materials from other people in the USA would
be helpful.

Tony



Posted by Demitri on January 30, 2007, 5:46 pm
 
Tony wrote:

I made once a solar grill. Used mylar.
It was good for two years but the disk was outside all the time.
In the winter too.
I live in Finland.

http://koti.mbnet.fi/xenos/index.htm
Have a look

Posted by Demitri on January 31, 2007, 9:28 am
 Tony wrote:


I made once a solar grill. Used mylar.
It was good for two years but the disk was outside all the time.
In the winter too.
I live in Finland.

http://koti.mbnet.fi/xenos/index.htm
Have a look
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Baba bey illegally canceled my last message

Posted by Demitri on January 31, 2007, 9:30 am
 Demitri wrote:


Sorry my misstake.
Message didn't show up the first time.

Posted by teraniageoff on February 2, 2007, 1:47 am
 I can recommend Anocoil and since we have adistibutor in Oz, you MUST
have one over there...or 7. I am using MIRO4 on satellite dishes, but
can't get the agent to import MIRO2. minimum order here(Alanod Aust.)
is $70 Australian: 25 sheets 1.2mx0.62m.  Comes in one tonne rolls!
Go to the lighting industry, ((% of the customers it seems...for now.
Geoff
Terania Solar Cookers




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