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SunMaxx Solar's New Flat Plate Receives SRCC Certification
by Staff Writers
San Diego CA (SPX) Sep 10, 2013

SunMaxx Solar designed these flat plates to connect to one another with connector brackets instead of the traditional mounting rail. As a result, the installation cost and time is dramatically reducing.

The latest technology in solar thermal hot water flat plates is officially on the market. The Solar Rating and Certification Corporation (SRCC) has awarded SunMaxx Solar's TitanPower ALDH29 the OG-100 Certification.

According to the SRCC, "the OG-100 collector certification program applies to that part of a solar energy system that is exposed to the sun and collects the sun's heat."

The independent third-party non-profit conducted numerous durability tests for the certification. During these tests, they measured the collector's energy output performance.

In Climate Category C (36 F), the TitanPower ALDH29's output reaches an unbelievable 31.2 kBtu rating. The Y Intercept rating is 0.739 with a slope of -0.702 Btu/hr.ft2. F.

SunMaxx Solar designed these flat plates to connect to one another with connector brackets instead of the traditional mounting rail. As a result, the installation cost and time is dramatically reducing.

Atheistically, the plates give the "skylight" look more than any other solar panel on the market.


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