Premier® is more than just a solar water heater - it’s the ultimate solar thermal system. High efficiency ratings, long life and reduced carbon emissions are just a few things that make this solar hot water system an irresistible choice for environmentally conscious homeowners. Utility costs for water heating being reduced up to 70% make Premier® solar water heater system a wise choice for everyone.
The time has never been better to invest in renewable energy. Demonstrate your own green initiative with Premier® Solar.
If you’ve been looking for a way to live a greener lifestyle, installing a Premier® solar water heating system in your home is a great way to start. Consider the facts: water heating accounts for 14% to 25% of the total energy consumed in a home. They are second only to air conditioning and heating systems in household energy consumption. With Solar Energy Factor (SEF) ratings up to 10.1, a Premier® solar water heating system can provide up to 70% of the energy needed for heating water directly from the sun.
Premier® systems are OG-300 certified by the Solar Rating and Certification Corporation (SRCC), which means they are eligible for many state, local and utility rebate programs in addition to Federal tax credits. Premier® has a great impact on the environment and your wallet!
Backed by over 40 years of expertise Chromagen™ has fine-tuned the design and manufacture of solar collectors to an art. Collectors are assembled using the highest quality materials and advanced techniques, which result in highly efficient, durable products you can depend on for years to come.
Optimal heat absorption and efficiency. Riser tubes are laser welded to the absorber plate, which ensures optimum heat transfer and permanent bond. Three insulation layers provide a cumulative thermal resistance value of R-8.
Standard pump stations are used with indirect solar booster tanks that have factory installed internal single wall coil-type heat exchangers.
Double wall pump stations are equipped with plate-type stainless steel heat exchangers (double wall) and two circulation pumps; one for potable water and one for the heat transfer fluid in the solar loop. They are used with direct solar booster tanks.