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Active Solar Thermal Energy Applications in Buildings (2014)

Submitted by Francesco Gattiglio on November 27, 2014

This presentation was prepared by Xavier Dubuisson and presented at the Yerevan State University of Architecture and Construction, in Armenia. The presentation is part of the Inogate Project, a regional energy cooperation programme between the European Union and 11 partner countries in Eastern Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia.

Turkey: Three Vacuum Tube Manufacturers Eying Export Market

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on October 2, 2014
SolarsanTurkey‘s three vacuum tube manufacturers, which were set up in response to the high import taxes the government imposed on Chinese vacuum tubes in July 2011, have now become part of an export industry themselves. Lara Solar, Assolar and Solarsan all claim to have already been exporting vacuum tubes to different regions worldwide. The photo shows glass tube melting at Solarsan’s factory in the city of Nazilli in Aydın Province on Turkey’s west coast.
Photo: Solarsan
 

Great Britain: Waterless Radiators work well with optimised Vacuum Tubes

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on June 7, 2010

 Solar home” This house in the town of Wimborne Minster in South West England is heated by a glycol-free solar thermal installation. The new system is designed to channel solar-heated water directly to specially designed waterless radiators, bypassing the thermal storage tank.
Photo: Jayhawk International Ltd

Linuo New Materials: Capacity for 30 Million Vacuum Tubes

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on September 23, 2009

 Linuo New Materials evacuation machine” Fully automated: This evacuation machine is part of the latest, fully automated production line at Linuo New Materials, the biggest vacuum tube manufacturer worldwide.

Photo: Linuo New Materials

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