What about my storage tank?

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22-Jun-2014 04:59 PM

Al Rich

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It is desirable that your storage tank be at least 50 gallons, although 30 to 40 gallon water heaters can work well with a single panel. Generally, the larger the water heater the better. You need at least 1 gallon of storage for each square foot of collector area. The standard, easy to make, installation connections are all made at the bottom of your tank. Simply drain the water out of the tank, remove the bottom drain, insert the connection components in its place and tighten.

The complete, preassembled open loop tank connection unit has a “Hot” collector return tube that goes into the tank when inserted through your tanks bottom drain hole. You will need enough room around the front area of the tank to allow for the installation of components, usually 10 inches is enough. The supplied illustrated manual makes this process go smoothly. An optional “Top Connect” makes connections easy if there is not room for the bottom connect.

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