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DW Sales Reps now represents Agua Del Sol (Radco) in Las Vegas and Arizona
DW Sales is proud to announce our new relationship with Agua Del Sol. We now represent their full line of drainback thermal solar systems in both Arizona and Clark County Nevada.
The main components of the RADCO Drainback System are a water storage tank, a smaller tank that stores heat-transfer fluid (usually water), a solar panel collector that captures heat from the Sun, and a heat transfer system that transfers heat to the water tank.
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Radco has developed a mechanical-control package for drain-back systems. This Drainback Heat eXchange module (DBHX) is a factory-assembled unit which provides:
a single-walled heat exchanger,
collector fluid reservoir,
solar collector fluid circulator pump,
hot water booster circulator pump and
a differential temperature controller unit
..assembled into one attractive module. Most any solar collector and any water storage tank can be combined to form a drainback system!
Certifications and Compliances:
Los Angeles City Approval No. RR-4008
California Energy Commission & Arizona Solar Energy Commission
Radco DBHX 6000 Series Drainback Heat Exchange Modules
Operate a solar water heating system by transferring solar energy to a storage water tank.
The Radco DBHX 6000 series drainback systems have these strengths:
Allows most any solar collector and water storage tank to become a drainback system.
Modular design translates to lower labor costs for installation and less space requirements for installation.
Provides automatic and fail-safe freeze protection.
Works well in most climates.
Power is not required for the drainback freeze protection to work.
Does not need propylene-glycol to protect from freezing temperatures.
Low maintenance - No need for propylene-glycol or rust-inhibitor fluids translates to less maintenance requirements
The closed-loop to solar panels protect the collector's fluid passages from mineral build up caused by "hard" water --where water contains an excessive amount of dissolved minerals.
SRCC approved designs.