Steam is a common energy carrier in industry. Absolicon’s solar collectors can produce large amounts of steam that is supplied in the same way as a secondary steam boiler. The steam can also be used in subprocesses in the system or to run the solar cooling.
Our system for solar steam is geared towards large installations, where the roof of the factory is used to produce a portion of the steam that is needed. Solar steam from the roof reduces costs and lowers the environmental impact. Solar steam is normally between 120-160°C and up to 8 bar in terms of pressure.
Reduced energy costs with easy integration.
Absolicon’s solar collectors can be installed to reduce fuel consumption by replacing the fuel with solar energy. Many industrial processes are designed to be run with steam and Absolicon offer solutions that reduce energy costs with easy integration and only minor changes to the existing systems.
Easy to integrate
The solar central is the brain, the unit that converts the heat from the Absolicon solar collectors to different outputs that fits the specific industrial need. This video is a brief explanation of the liquid heat manager, steam manager, super steam manager and the air heat manager.