Circulator pump developed for solar installations

  • 23 Mar 2015

DAB Pump’s Evotron SOL circulator pump has been developed for solar installations

Properties that use solar power require a circulating pump that can withstand with high temperatures.

DAB Pumps’ Evotron SOL circulator pump is able to cope with temperatures up to 140°C, meaning it can withstand the hot water temperatures produced by solar panels.

The pump has been developed to function with high glycol concentrations of up to 60%.

Its body has been finished with an electrophoresis coating to ensure that the pump is able to resist a glycol attack.

The circulator pump is “energy-related products” ready and compliant with energy efficiency requirements.

It has been designed as a product which is easy to install in domestic properties and establishments.

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DAB Pumps,
Units 4&5 Stortford Hall Industrial Park,
Dumow Road,
Bishop's Stortford,
Hertfordshire,
United Kingdom,
CM23 5GZ

Phone: 01279 652776
Fax: 01279 657727

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