The mobile and robust construction of the Compotherm absorbers gives new possibilities in how to apply and use solar heated water. As these mobile units sterilising drinking-water in an african village, reducing the spreading of diseases. The Compotherm® products has been tested in the demanding African environment with outstanding results handling problems like over-heating and the […]
The durability of the Compotherm® material gives brand new possibilities to create integrated solar collectors. Like this pavement which holds an integrated hidden solar collector providing heated water to the office complex. Reversing the process in wintertime keeps the pavement free from Ice and snow, this is another smart application of the Compotherm® product.
The compact solar fence modules not only looks good and absorbs the sunlight, turning it into hot water with an efficiency of over 50%, the are also perfect for noise reduction. The Compotherm® material has outstanding noise-reducing capabilities.
Who said solar heat absorbers have to look like boring boxes placed on the roof. Here is an example of a solar heat collecting fence made out of Compotherm® looking beautiful and at the same time generating hot water to the heat-exchanger warming the building and tap-water.
Why not use the area surrounding the pool to integrate a hidden and beautiful pool-heating system all made out of Compotherm. The Compotherm® profile can be shaped into a variety of shapes, as in these beautifully designed heater elements surrounding the pool. The pool water circulates in the profiles not only warming the pool, but […]
The submersible collector constructed out of a number of 1m Compotherm® profiles is intended to replace hoses used for absorbing heat from sea-water. Each unit is equivalent to 10m of hose and is just as efficient. The construction in the image above holds 3 units to be compared to 30m hose. Using Compotherm® it is possible to […]
This wharf is constructed out of Compotherm profiles, shaped into board-walks. The wharf collects a vast amount of solar heated water supplying the household with heated water for hygienic purposes. The wharf is just partly active, meaning not all profiles circulate water, balancing the house hold needs.