Genersys 1000-4 Solar Panel Collector
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The 1000-4 Solar Panel
Genersys 1000-4 is a world-leading flat-plate, vertically-mounted type collector without collection pipes, intended for applications in smaller systems equipped with circulating pumps. It consists of a one-piece forged metal casing to which safety solar glass is fixed by means of a frame made from non corrosive aluminium profile.

Stamped Al-Mg sheet absorber fins with high-selective conversion layer span the copper pipe meander. The Ø12 copper connection pipes are connected to the hydraulic circuit by soldering or by means of clamp fitting. The flanged connection pipes are connected to the hydraulic circuit by patented connection clamps. Three collectors can be connected in a series."

Genersys Panels
The range of Genersys Panels are produced by our Slovakian partners led by the innovative German environmental Architect Johann Kollmannsberger. Although only 41, Kollmannsberger is one of the leading specialists in this field.

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1000-4 Customer manual
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1000-4 Installation Manual
1000-4 Technical datasheet

The panels are manufactured to the highest specification using high grade aluminium from one of the World’s leading aluminium manufacturers whose product is used in the production of top quality high performance car engines.

These panels are particularly suitable for integrated roof installations where the panel would become an integral part of the building.

These panels have a life expectancy of at least twenty years and require little or no maintenance. Households on average spend between 27% to 35% of their total energy cost on heating water. Panels, which act as a supplement to existing water heating arrangements, will significantly reduce bills and at the same time substantially reduce carbon dioxide emissions.

Genersys have calculated that if half of our domestic housing were equipped with solar panels the United Kingdom would achieve all its international obligations in cutting greenhouse gases, carbon dioxide emissions and energy from renewable sources.

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