Author Archives: Sundware

how solar air works?

How Sundware Solar Air Furnace Works? The Sundware solar air heater heats indoor spaces whenever the sun is shining. It does this by absorbing rays of sunlight and using the radiation to heat the air as it circulates   In North America, where the heating season can last for as long as six months, solar […]

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How durable is the solar air heater?

It worked at temperatures below -25°C ( -13F) , and tolerated temperatures below -42°C (-43F) in the winter of 2017! It was a fantastic experience with the 19+PV model in Jan 2018. The temperature reached -30°C (-22F) for many days in Quebec in late December 2017, however, the real freeze hit at about -42°C( -43F). […]

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Another record of success for solar air heater

Date: Saturday 12 January 2019 Time: 13h15. Location: Laval-Quebec( canada) Outside temperature ( Real Feel): 7F Air temperature: 17F Weather: Blue sky& Sunny, with little clouds. Another successful story to tell: The solar air which is on duty , located in outdoor space for testing purposes, raised the in-take air temperature from 17F to 85 […]

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Sundware Solar air Atlanta Tiny house festival

The United Tiny House Association (originally the Georgia Tiny House Association), who organized the highly successful 2016 & 2017 Georgia Tiny House Festivals, the two world-record 2016 & 2017 Florida Tiny House Festivals, the record-breaking 2017, launched the 3rd Annual (2018) Georgia Tiny House Festival! Sundware solar air collector was spreading its warmth to all […]

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Moving Faster Toward Zero Net Energy

In 2017, USGBC is setting our expectations to zero—zero net energy. According to a report released last quarter by the New Buildings Institute (NBI), there are currently 332 buildings that have been either verified as or are on their way to achieving zero net energy (ZNE). That’s a 74 percent increase since the last count, […]

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Tiny House heated with Solar Air Heater

Solar air heater installed on tiny house to assist saving energy during winter time. Gabriel Parent-Leblanc from Habitations MicroÉvolution built his gorgeous tiny house on wheels to show it was possible to live in a tiny house, year round, in a northern climate. He’s now spending his third winter in his tiny house near Montreal, […]

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