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Vindsol Quartz Blue Glasslined Storage Tanks

Introducing Vindsol Quartz Blue Glasslined Hot Water Storage Tanks with lowest standing loss and steel tank which is efficient and long lasting.
Our constant endeavour to make our products more durable, corrosion resistant and long lasting by using right mix of technology and raw material. The Glass Enamel Powder imported from Germany.

The Vindsol Quartz Blue Glass Lined storage tanks are an efficient option for solar water heaters. The inner tank is made from mild steel with a thin vitreous Porcelain enamelled glass coating inside of the vessel. The inner tank is encased with high density polyurethane insulation and a tough “Precoated Galvanised sheet” outer casing, fit to withstand India’s unforgiving climate!

This type of hot water storage tank is better suited for areas with hard water or poor water qualities, for example bore water or hard water with higher salt content. It also meets drinking water standards, and it can withstand temperatures up to 95 C.

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Vindsol Quartz Blue Glasslined Storage Tanks

Porcelain Enamelled Glass lining Technology

Porcelain Enamelled Glass lining (also known as glass lining, glass-lined steel, or glass fused to steel) is the use of porcelain enamel (also known as vitreous enamel) is a material made by fusing powdered glass to a inner surface of metal tank by firing between 850° C to 870° C.

Molecular interaction, resulting in a coating that melts, flows, and then harden to a smooth, durable glass Coating on metal surface. So that glass and steel cannot be separated from the others. Glass lining provides superior longevity to hot water tank. In certain areas stainless steel tanks tend to fail more rapidly than glass lined tanks due to chlorides in the water.

Stage 01 – GROUND COAT

– Inspect very carefully the base metal and shot blast.
– Spraying ground coat and firing it High temperature. Then, cool it down slowly.
– Check glass thickness, spark test and appearance.

Stage 02 – COVER COAT

Repeating 4~5 times for firing and cooling after spraying cover coat and firing it High temperature. – Cover coat used to be coated on the steel surface with very high resistance for the chemical, mechanical and thermal shock.

Stage 01 – GROUND COAT

– Inspect very carefully the base metal and shot blast.
– Spraying ground coat and firing it High temperature. Then, cool it down slowly.
– Check glass thickness, spark test and appearance.

Stage 01 – GROUND COAT

– Inspect very carefully the base metal and shot blast.
– Spraying ground coat and firing it High temperature. Then, cool it down slowly.
– Check glass thickness, spark test and appearance.

Stage 01 – GROUND COAT

– Inspect very carefully the base metal and shot blast.
– Spraying ground coat and firing it High temperature. Then, cool it down slowly.
– Check glass thickness, spark test and appearance.

Stage 01 – GROUND COAT

– Inspect very carefully the base metal and shot blast.
– Spraying ground coat and firing it High temperature. Then, cool it down slowly.
– Check glass thickness, spark test and appearance.

Most Advanced Solar Assisted heat pump
Most Energy Efficient performance
Very Low on maintenance
Long life span Highly durable (no glass or Glycol).
Absorbs energy from sunlight, wind and rain.
Very light and easy to install.
Normally fitted to a wall (can fit to roof).
Can be fitted on any wall, doesn’t need direct sunlight.

Thermodynamic Solar panel - The Soul of Thermodynamic solar heat pump.

Life span of more than 10-15 years: the panel is made of anodized aluminum 30 micron, which ensures The following properties

  • Great toughness at high and low temperatures.
  • High surface hardness.
  • Resistance to abrasion and weakening.
  • High protection against dust and dampness.
    Corrosion-resistant.

Latest generation thermodynamic solar collector: it is a roll-bond panel with double channel through which the fluid refrigerant circulates, being able of providing high performance at night and in adverse climate conditions.

User-friendly transport and easy handling systems: small size 2 m x 0,8 m.

Versatility: easy integration on facades, roofs or any other surface. It is not necessary to reinforce structures as it is a lightweight panel, 8 kg.

Optimized solar catchment area: both sides of the panel, 3,20 sqm.

No need to be south orientated (Northern Hemisphere). Vindsol recommends to orientate the collector as much as possible to the sun and exposed to the elements, such as wind and rain.

Regular maintenance is not necessary.

We use Only Heat pump Specific designed Compressor

The entire range of Vindsol heat pumps uses heat pump specific compressor and not the Air conditioning compressor which is predominantly used in the market.

Superior features of Heat Pump Specific Compressor

The compressors are required to be operated under the conditions of high flow and high load in summer, and under the conditions of low flow and high-pressure ratio in winter.

The Heat pump specific compressors are uniquely designed with higher compression ratios and larger pressure difference, allowing for systems to operate under wider conditions compared to ordinary heat pump or air-conditioning compressors. Equipped with high efficiency and high-power motors, our compressors meet the toughest challenges for heat pumps and water heaters even in the harshest ambient conditions.

It has higher condensation temperatures complementing the heating of water up to 65 deg, whereas the regular air conditioning compressor has condensation temperature of 45 degrees..

Domestic Range : The Compressor used in the domestic applications up to 8 KW of heating range is rotary type.

Commercial Range: Heating capacity range from 12 Kw and above uses Copeland ZW range of heat pump compressor

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Thermodynamic Heat Pump Working

Stage 1

A thermodynamic panel is fitted to the outside of the property, usually on a south facing wall or roof.

Stage 2

The fluid refrigerant enters the panel at -10ºC that changes its state due to the heat previously captured from the ambient temperature which is present in the direct and diffuse solar radiation, external air by natural convection, wind effects and rainwater.

Stage 3

The hot gas comes out of the panel and goes into the compressor that increases the refrigerant gas temperature up to 120ºC

Stage 4

The heat is released into the water tank through a heat exchange coil to a maximum temperature of 55° C.

Stage 5

As it cools after transferring heat, the refrigerant condenses into liquid and flows through the expansion valve that measures the amount of the liquid refrigerant that will be sent to the panel. Thus the cycle starts all over again.
The system uses a small amount of electricity to run but mostly relies on the ambient heat outside. For every unit of electricity used, the system will generate 3 – 6 units of heat for your home.

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