The Solar Whiz sub-floor unit is a powerful solar powered damp air extraction fan that operates completely off the grid via a 35w PV panel and is ideal for solar sub-floor ventilation. The RAF2100G will remove 2100m³ of air per hour from a sub-floor space and is intended for a large sub-floor space.
Most commonly, Solar Whiz is used to remove damp, mould ridden, smelly air from the sub-floor space, however it may also be used for removing heat directly from the gable end of a roof cavity. A Solar Whiz will also protect the sub-floor structure and help prevent mould and mildew. Eliminating the humidity build up in your sub-floor space reduces the potential for mould and mildew buildup and eliminates dampness and unpleasant smells rising into your living spaces .
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Hydronic heating is a method of heating homes using heated water run through either room
radiators or in-slab piping to warm habitable spaces. The heat source for this hot water can be
from a variety of appliances including, evacuated tube solar hot water systems, slow combustion
heaters, stoves or boilers, gas boilers, heat pumps or a combination of several of these.
Temperature can be controlled via room thermostats in most situations.
These solutions have the advantages of low ongoing running costs and the use of sustainable energy sources.
Eurobodalla Sustainable Devices specialises in the design, supply, installation and maintenance
of Hydronic Heating Systems using renewable heat sources such as evacuated tube and slow
combustion heaters. We service all areas within the Shoalhaven, Eurobodalla and Bega Shires, the Snowy Mountains and the ACT.
Our installer has over a decade of European training and experience in all facets of Hydronic Heating.
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The SAM collectors have been designed as the centre piece of a complete Solar Air Heating and Ventilation System incorporating PV panels, solar fans and mounting systems. These systems require no external power supply and therefore operate without any ongoing costs. In a standard installation a PV panel powers a solar fan mounted in a convenient and effective position for supplying warm dry air. The fan will draw fresh air through a filter and into the collector, where the sun will heat the air before it is supplied into the building. The number of modules used will depend on the area to be ventilated and/or heated.
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For more information and an obligation-free quote, call us on 0429743334.
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