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  Tax deductions, certificates, sworn techniques, and more to make the hot water with the sun
                     lovers on hobby spend less and produce immediately.




Deductions of 55%, European certification, certification by a qualified engineer and accessories
with guarantees at least five years, all this and much more you need to make hot water and to do
it with the sun. By the way, it is necessary for the realization of the plant spend average at
least 1000 € between materials and services. Such considerations are those that engage the
majority of the technicians of the DIY to achieve a proper thermal solar panel for the production
of domestic hot water or its integration with that produced by the boiler. 's solutions,can be
many and different from each other, however, using certified materials and simply purchased in
hardware, of course with a significant reduction in construction costs.Also delivering specific
constraints is possible, even with the solar panels manufactured in-house, access to tax benefits
as IRPEF deduction of 55% of the costs incurred.




Tools and work materials for solar panel DIY
Fasten the sizes of reference and shape, rectangular or square elements that we should realize and
then assemble are: the frame, the crystal, the sheet, the coil, the crate and the bottom of the panel
with its insulation. About the size you can take as a reference the panels commonly marketed,
generally having a width of the order of about one meter to less than two meters in length. As
surface absorber we can use a copper plate or sheet, much cheaper which subsequently
tinteggeremo black. The coil will be constituted by a copper pipe of DN 14 or DN 16 unrolled on
the sheet. A tube bender can help us to unroll the copper coil that with the dimensions described
above take the form of a pair of them that are followed, excessive coils could constitute a
problem for the circulation of the heat transfer fluid (water with glycol agiunta found in
feremaneta). at this stage to fix the coil to the sheet, it is necessary to perforate the latter with
different pairs of holes on the sides of the coil in different positions for later use of iron wire
tightly or clamps. Suchfastening allows us to perform the welding of the coil firmly to the plate,
the number of welding points (also with tin) is proportional to the size and weight of the
elements involved. At this stage it is important to treat the adherence (the greater possible) of the
coil to the weld in order to better performance of the final panel. At this point the panel and coil
can be treated with an abundant coat of black paint. latter also absorb any aesthetic disadvantages
of the welds is not simple and linear at all points. A wooden box of suitable dimensions will
contain the panel or solar collector. Thebottom can also be of phenolic plywood or other wooden
material, the side rails must have the necessary height to contain the plate with the welded panel,
the insulating substrate (wool glass, insulating panel or other similar elements) and superimposed
on the crystal structure. You must not forget that must drill two holes in the side structure of the
container to allow the output of the heads of the copper coil. A tubing of length appropriate can
be easily connected (and possibly secured with cable ties or wire) to the copper coil and on the
other side inside the boiler reference connected in a suitable manner to the distribution system of
the ACS (hot water). should be pointed out that the operating principle, the system described, is
that of the movement natural, during l ' summer temperatures, facing south (latitude depending
on the locality of reference) temperatures can reach dangerous levels for any links and or pipes
made of plastic or similar. Phenomena that are amplified if the system does not have a chance to
exchange the stored energy (boiler empty)

				
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