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Solar Technologies use the sun’s energy to provide electricity, hot water, process heat and cooling. Solar power presently provides less than 1% of U.S. energy needs but this is expected to increase with the development of more efficient solar technologies.

Solar level and flow applications

  • HEAT TRANSFER FLUID STORAGE: Large-scale solar collectors for
    electric power generation require a heat transfer fluid (water, thermal
    oils, or ionic liquids) to absorb the sun’s heat for generating steam.
    Arrays of mirrored panels convert the sun’s energy into +750° F (+400°
    C) thermal energy that’s hot enough to create steam for turbines. The
    mirrors focus sunlight onto pipes of heat transfer fluid that run along
    the mirror’s centerline. The fluid then boils water to produce steam.
    Thermal fluids also help provide hot water and heat. Thermal fluids are
    typically stored in pressurized tanks that require
    level monitoring.
  • HOT WATER STORAGE: High-temperature solar water heaters provide
    energy-efficient hot water and heat for large industrial facilities.
    Thermal storage in buffer tanks provide interfaces between collector
    subsystems and energy-using systems. The preferred solar storage vessel
    is a vertical cylindrical tank designed for the maximum pressure of the
    supply water source, which may be as high as 150 psi.
  • PUMP PROTECTION: Flow Switches protect pumps from damage due to
    leaks or if a valve is accidentally closed downstream. A flow switch
    will actuate an alarm and shut down the pump when flow drops below the
    minimum rate.

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