How do solar thermal systems work?

Fluid running through a solar collector is heated by sunlight hitting the collector. This heated fluid circulates through a Solar storage cylinder, where it transfers it’s heat to the water in the storage cylinder. The solar storage cylinder is part of the regular water supply and is installed upstream of the conventional water heater. The solar fluid never touches the water. Schüco’s unique third-generation system design handles this process very efficiently, for quieter operation, better output, peace of mind, and much less maintenance than conventional thermal systems.