Eagle Sun™ Solar
Hot Water Systems
~ Residential & Commercial Applications~
The EagleSun™ line of 80 & 120 gallon drainback
solar water heating systems are designed for families with
3-5 members. EagleSun™ solar water heaters have fewer
system components than any other active solar system
available, making EagleSun™ more dependable
and virtually maintenance free. A solar water
heater by EagleSun™ will pay for itself several times
over through energy savings. Taking full advantage of AET's
Clear™ selective coating and unique energy distribution
technology, the EagleSun™ achieves new levels of performance
Codes & Approvals.
is an EagleSun™ Solar Water Heating System for Every
Building in the World."
AET’s #1 water heating system
Water Heaters Features
components for easy system installation.
Maintenance free drainback design for all climate conditions.
» Works on sunny or cloudy
days with electrical backup (included).
» Attractive collector
» Conforms to national
plumbing, electrical, and solar standards.
» The only household appliance
that will pay for itself several times during its useful
» Long life non-corroding
» Exceeds Energy Star
criteria, delivers maximum credit toward Energy Efficient
EagleSun™ Solar Water Heating
Every System comes complete with the following:
View AET *Codes & Approvals*
New! --Download AET solar
water heater manuals --
Three significant advantages make the EagleSun™
Drainback System one of the top performers in the U.S.
in both total energy output and efficiency. The simple
design eliminates many components. Only 100% drinking
water is used in the closed loop instead of chemicals
(antifreeze) so no maintenance is required. The collectors
and exposed piping drain each time the pump is turned
off, assuring freeze protection. Drainback is truly
the Premier Solar System.
Closed Loop System offers excellent dependability and
performance due to the finned copper heat exchanger
coil in the tank bottom. As the sun shines on the collectors,
non-toxic antifreeze is circulated through the "closed
loop" by the pump and heat is transferred into
the tank. The potable water in the tank never flows
through the collectors. This prevents corrosion or scale
buildup in hard water areas. These popular systems have
proven to be dependable in installations across the
U.S. and world wide. Freeze protection is assured due
to the anitfreeze in the collectors and exposed piping.
This small tank has a heat exhanger inside of it
that you can just add to an existing storage tank to
make any system solar heated without purchasing the
special solar storage tank itself.
You read right - Turn your existing water heater
into a solar hot water system! The component
that makes the Sav'n'Sun™ DX Drainback system
unique is the drainback reservoir with built-in heat
exchanger. This allows the use of a lightweight glass-lined
storage tank. The system collects heat by ciruclating
water between the reservoir and collectors and simultaneously,
between the storage tank and the heat exchanger inside
the reservoir. Since only thermally efficient pure water
is used, maximum safety and performance is assured.
The DX System is ideally suited to cold regions with
many freezing days each year or areas with aggressive
water conditions. The simplicity of the drainback provides
reliable operation that makes this system an asset to
any home located in the colder climes.
EagleSun™ Space/DHW Systems are
integrated systems capable of zone space heating and
providing domestic hot water. AET high performing black
chrome collectors heat multiple 120 gallon glass lined
storage tanks through a drainback loop during the solar
day. This stored energy is then called for by the fan
coil unit thermostat and/or the differential control
for the DHW storage tank. Backup elements are provided
for heavy use or poor weather. For system capacity and
sizing in your area, contact
AET's Distributor, Yaun Company Inc. .
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CERTIFICATIONS & APPROVALS
• Solar Rating and Certification Corp. – Test
Methods and Minimum Standards for Certifying Solar Collectors,
• Florida Solar Energy Test Methods and Minimum Standards
for Solar Collectors, FSEC, 1981
• Arizona Solar Energy Commission, 1981
• City of Los Angeles Mechanical Testing Lab, Approval
• L.A. City Standard Plan Approval No. 421
• State of New Mexico Energy and Minerals Department
• Wisconsin Safety and Building, Approval No. AE-82-25
• Metropolitan Dade County Dept. of Building and Zoning
Approval for Solar Collectors No. 82-215.1
• Miami Test Lab Wind Testing, Approval No. MTL 11235
• Interim Minimum Property Standards Supplement, HUD
• Uniform Solar Energy Code, IAPMO, 1976
• Uniform Pumping Code, IAPMO, 1981
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