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Customer designs awesome heat extraction system

26.11.2017
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Bunya Mountains solar ventilator

Customer designs awesome heat extraction system

Yes, it’s true.   Our customer in the Bunya Mountains in Queensland called us with a change to the proposed design of the solar heat extraction system we were about to install on her holiday home.

The kitchen/living room area was the place where there was no air flow, and the heat built up in Summer from the sun beating down on the north-facing wall and the roof with a cathedral ceiling.   What to do?

At the customer’s suggestion we installed a large ceiling vent at the top of […]

Our first hybrid-power school

18.11.2017
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Red Spiral installation

Our first hybrid-power school

St Andrews primary school took a leap to the future by installing a solar-wind powered lighting system that lights up a culturally significant depiction of original inhabitants of the region.

Solazone Victoria installed a 100w Red Spiral wind turbine, and a 100w solar panel to power the lights.

The instantaneous performance can be seen on the display panel of the hybrid charge controller.

Details of the wind generators can be found at http://www.solazone.com.au/vertical-axis-wind-turbines/

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Chop power bills with this !

5.07.2017
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GoodWe ES5048 inverter

Power bill out of control?  Stop being a victim.

Protect yourself and take control.  Here’s the details

 www.solazone.com.au/goodwe-es-hybrid-inverter

Reduce peaks in your daily power use with this economic hybrid inverter, by supplementing big loads at different times, from your batteries, instead of the grid.  

Your solar panels will cover the base loads, this irons out the rest.

Automatically recharge your batteries from the sun, when power loads decrease, ready for the next peaks.

See the details here, or contact us below, and we can explain the benefits […]

How to get maximum heat from a Wood Stove Fan

20.06.2017
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For maximum stove fan efficiency

How can I get the maximum amount of heat from my Wood Stove Fan?

 

That is so easy.

Remember how the Wood Stove Fan works?

It works from the difference in heat between the base of the fan, which sits on the hot stove surface, and the cooling fins at the top, which are cooled by air flow, and keep the cool side of the thermo-electric plate cooler.

So, to generate more power and to get the fan to spin faster, place the fan at least 100 mm […]