Manufacture of panels and solar thermal systems

COLLECTORS

THERMOSIPHON

FORCED SYSTEMS

AEROTHERMICS

STORAGE TANKS

STRUCTURES

POOL SOLAR PANELS

ACCESSORIES

The company

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e dedicate, since 2001, to the design and manufacture of solar thermal panels and systems. Our factory and head office is located in Seville, and our modern production process has a capacity to produce more than 200,000 square meters of flat solar collectors.

We have a highly qualified human team and expert in the service of the customer.

Our success is based on a wide range of products, in pursuit of quality and continuous improvement, and in excellence in service. With these values we have reached the leadership in the Spanish market, where we have the best professionals in the whole national territory. And with them we are expanding internationally, being already present in more than twenty countries of four continents.

Specialist manufacturer in solar thermal industry

SILVER Family

ultrathin

2,1 y 2,6 m2

GOLD/MEANDER Family

Grill

2,1 m2

MAGNUM Family

60mm insulation

PLATINUM Family

Máx performance

2,5 m2

Thermosiphon

150, 200 and 300 liters

High or low deposit

FORCED 

Up to 1000 liters

Integrated or intermediate vessel

AEROTHERMICS

For the production of DHW in different

volumes and for use in existing tanks

FAQ

ENAMELLED


Up to 5000 liters

Integrated solar station

5 year warranty

BUFFER


Up to 5000 liters

inside or outside

5 year warranty

ACS STAINLESS STEEL


Up to 5000 liters

inside or outside

5 year warranty

Termicol solar thermal collectors are developed for low temperature thermal use applications (less than 100oC). Its operation is based on the greenhouse effect and that of absorbent surfaces, designed to withstand the harshest climatic conditions.

For its construction, the most advanced materials are used in order to obtain a long service life and maximum energy performance.

The collectors transform the energy of the sun into heat energy, raising the temperature of a fluid, water or antifreeze, circulating inside. Among the many applications we can highlight the production of sanitary hot water, pool air conditioning, heating, cooling,..

El funcionamiento de estos equipos solares se basa en el principio de circulación libre o termosifón: al incidir la radiación solar en el captador, transfiere su energía al fluido contenido en éste, que aumenta la temperatura y disminuye su densidad. Se origina así una diferencia térmica entre el líquido en el captador y el líquido en el acumulador, iniciándose de forma natural una circulación del fluido caliente en dirección al acumulador.

El proceso de calentamiento se producirá durante las horas de sol, aumentando gradualmente la temperatura del agua de acumulación.

In solar equipment with forced circulation the movement of the fluid through catchers and reservoir is produced by a circulating pump. This pump takes fluid from the bottom of the tank (the coldest part) and propels it into the catchers through the hydraulic connections. The fluid, after raising its thermal level in the catchers, returns to the accumulator at the top (the hottest), thus facilitating the stratification of temperatures.

Forced systems require a control system based on the measurement of working fluid temperatures at the outlet of the catchers and the accumulator for operation.

One of the main advantages of forced equipment is its better architectural integration, as deposit and accumulator can be placed in different places without affecting the operation of the system.

It is based on a technology that extracts the energy contained in the outdoor air and transports it to the water, consuming the minimum energy, so that 70% of the heat generated is free.

The process that occurs in aerothermia can be broken down into 4 phases:

Heat exchange: the outside air comes into contact with the evaporator through a coil and the coolant inside evaporates as it is colder than that air.
Evaporated coolant moves towards the compressor and compresses, increasing its temperature
The compressed gas enters the condenser, and when condensed, releases heat that will serve to produce ACS. Condensed hot gas becomes coolant again.