Maual Solar Swimming Pool HEating

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Solar Swimming Pool Heating System

Khalid Hazil Al- Harbi Trading EstablishmentP.O. Box 391299 Riyadh 11365 Riyadh Saudi Arabia Tel 01-4499246 Outdoor Sales Person 0564652992 Email: sales@saudi-heatpumps.com Website: www.saudi-heatpumps.com

INDEX

Solar Heating Systems Information Our Advantage Location and Time Parts List Installation Guide Maintenance and Troubleshooting Warranty Information

Solar Heating Systems Information

How does it work?1. Water is pumped from the spa or swimming pool through a multi tube solar collector, 2. The solar energy collected by the absorber is transferred to the water during its journey. 3. As the water passes through the solar collector it is warmed by the sun a 4. Then the heated water returned to the pool.

Location and Time, Tools & Plumbing Requirements

1. Locaiont and TimeThe solar collector shall be positioned facing sun as much as possible for a maximum efficiency .Ideally 30 deg.(above horizontal) facing south/east. Position collector achieve a minimum of 6 hours of direct exposure to the sun every day will optimize performance. Larger systems can compensate in non ideal installations.

2. Tools & Fittings RequirementsTool Required: Drill/Extruder Gun (for adhesive tubes)/Mini wallpaper roller/Screw drivers/Hacksaw knife. Fitting required and optional accessories Booster Pump/Solar Controller/Non return valve.ect.

Our AdvantagesSolar Pool Heaters are eco friendly and produce clean energy and will not harm the environment. Solar Pool Heating Systems can literally double the amount of time you can comfortably use your pool and adds real value to your pool and home. Solar Pool Heating can pay for itself in a very short period of time, depending on the system used and installation. Solar Pool Heating Systems reduce your energy usage will give you real dollar savings every day. An average home can expect to save around $300* off their energy bills year after year. Solar Panel roll is made from NBR+PVC, Which is virtually immune to ultraviolet radiation and ozone, highly resistant to pool chemicals and harsh climate, recommended minimum pool coverage is 70%

Solar Pool HeaterThe solar heating systems is supplied in 4 m boxes and contains necess -ary components to install solar collector to your roof,rack or Lawn.

The 4 m boxes contains as follows:(1) 8Pecs of solar panel roll, each length is 3m.8 Pecs of manifold pipe, on top and end side each is 4 Pecs. (2). 2 Pecs of end cap (3). 2 Pecs of reduciton connector

Item No.

Parts Name

Photo

QTY

NPV301

Pre-fixed

1 set

NPV001

Solar Panel Roll

8 Pecs

ABS001

Manifold Pipe

8 Pecs

ABS002

End Cap

2 Pecs

ABS003

Reduction Connector

2 Pecs

The other accessories for choice as follows:

Item No.

Parts Name

Photo

QTY

ABS 004

Plastic Barbs

6 Pecs

ABS008

Pipe Connector

4 Pecs

ABS009

Vacuum Release Valve

1 pc

ABS002

Pipe Connector With Thread

2 Pecs

2 Pecs PP001 PP Paddle

PP002

PP Clips

2 Pecs

Screws S001

2 Pecs

LS002

L Shape Metal

2 Pecs

PM001

PP Strap Metal Clips

2 Pecs

NT001

Nylon Ties

6 PECS

PP001

PP Strap

8M

Installation GuideSolar collector can be installed almost anywhere on the roof of your house, garage, porch, shed, pergola or directly on your lawn.

1. Calculate How Many Rolls Of solar panel you will require:

Recommended minimum pool coverage is 70%Calculation Example: Rectangle Pool Meters 8m in length x 4m in width coverage required. - Measure your pool i.e. 8m in length x 4m in width = Pool area 32 m2 - Recommended minimum pool coverage is 70% = 22.4 m2 - Each pre-fixed is 1x4m2 =4m2,so you require 6 Pecs of pre-fixed to cover a 32 m2 pool (70% =22.4m) - Ideally Solar Panels should face in a southern position. - Direct sunlight for a minimum of 6 hours every day. - Larger systems can compensate non ideal installations.

Colors available (Don't forget to add 20% extra if using any color than black)

2. Attaching To RoofROOF PLUMBING SCHEMES Here are some typical roof plumbing configurations for conventional orientation. Remember to slope everything to allow water to drain from the bottom headers of the solar panels as well as the piping on the roof. On sideways installations you don't have to do that. The tubing can freeze solid with water in it and the air doesn't get trapped in the upper corner like it can on conventionally oriented systems as shown below. The roof line is a horizontal line on the roof. In other words tilt everything so the piping and bottom headers will drain by gravity. Co-incidentally that means the top headers will allow air to rise up and out of them naturally.

Step 1.Roll Out the Pre-fixed Solar heating systems evenly on your roof, we suggest applying silicone adhesive between the roof and the solar panel roll, especially in the high wind. Step 2.Fixing the Pre-fixed Solar heating systems @ Top Strap. Fixing about 50cm long Nylon Strap into top header kits only, every section is 66 cm only, and then attach small binder to every Nylon Strap.

@ Pipe Saddles Installing pipe saddles to the roof to hold top and end of each header kits, assemble and clip the header kits assembly into place.

@ Cross Strap

1. Cross Strap 4 (10cm) from end, and every 36(91cm) up thereafter. 2. Put slight tension on the crossing strap, in order to allow for expansion.

@ Installation Overview Follow Manufactures instructions to install automatic control pa -nel,motorized valve and control sensors.

@ 3-Way Control Valve

@ High Pressure Solution As to solar pool heater mat, the working pressure is 0.20.8 bar will be ok. If pressure is too high through solar heating systems, install a Ball Valve be -teen the feed anD returns lines.

Maintenance and Troubleshooting1. Leak in the Solar Panel:Due to puncture or bird damage, cut out the damaged section of tube(approx,5mm either side of the hole),then insert the spare splicing barbs supplied.

Step 1The rubber that joins the tubes together to form the solar matting needs to be cut away either side of the tubing (approximately 2cm) using a pair of scissors. Be careful not to cut the tubing!

Step 2Insert a plastic repair tube (30mm x 6mm - provided) using lubricant into rubber tubing. Apply Cable Tie to either side of the plastic repair tube.

The repair is now complete

2. Leak in the Solar Manifold Header:Step 1The rubber that joins the tubes together to form the solar matting needs to be cut away either side of the tubing (approximately 10cm) using a pair of scissors. Be careful not to cut the tubing!.

Step 2

Remove and discard broken or damaged nozzle from rubber tubing. Drill an 8mm hole into the existing nozzle hole (on header) to slightly enlarge it.

Step 3Insert a plastic repair tube (30mm x 6mm - provided) using lubricant into rubber tubing. Leave 10mm of rubber protruding from the end of the plastic tube.

Step 4Stretch the rubber tube with the inserted repair nozzle and force it into the pre-drilled Hole (step 2). Use pliers and lubricant to do this. The objective is to force the plastic repair tube down the rubber tubing and create a seal against the sides of the pre-drilled hole!

The repair is now complete.

3. Broken Roof Strap:Replace the broken roof straps.

4. Too much pressure in the booster pumpInstall a 2-Way Ball Valve between the feed and return lines. To reduce the water flow.

5. Winter in Low TemperatureIn winter climates, prior to freezing temperature, solar panel, pipes and valves must be drained of all water, using blower or shop vac to blow out lines. Checking for loose lag bolts,

leaves and debris, Route valve half way and shut off power, after removing all water, removing the end caps.

6. Summer in High TemperatureIn hot summer, water isnt circulating through the systems, the use of a drain down valve and one way check vale is necessary, it is important to remember that in prolonged periods inactivity, the solar heating systems must be DRY, on-circulating water left in extreme heat over extended periods of time may become stagnant and promote bacterial growth,

Warranty InformationSolar panel rolls Header kits Accessories 3 Years Pro-rata Warranty 1 Year Conditional Warranty

Remember: Safety firstlyPlease ensure that all reasonable and practicable measures have been taken into consideration to control risks against all possible injuries arising from the installation of the SHS solar heating systems. Identify any potential hazard and impel -end a risk control strategy. Before you commence SHS solar heating systems.

Khalid Hazil Al- Harbi Trading EstablishmentP.O. Box 391299 Riyadh 11365 Riyadh Saudi Arabia Tel 01-4499246 Outdoor Sales Person 0564652992 Email: sales@saudi-heatpumps.com Website: www.saudi-heatpumps.com