SOLHOTAIR technology is a renewable energy (RES) solution, and, more specifically, it originates from the solar thermal energy area, which refers to an innovative method of transforming solar energy into thermal energy in solar heating collectors. It is an innovation for the climate and can also be an important element of the anti-smog strategy.
SOLHOTAIR technology is a response to the challenges of the modern world, reduction in the consumption of fossil fuels, as well as low emissions, protection of the environment and climate. One collector with a surface area of 1.5 m² can produce about 2,000 kWh of useful heat per year, which replaces about 200 m³ of gas or about 328 kg of hard coal. This enables to reduce low emissions by more than 650 kg CO² annually. SOLHOTAIR solar collectors heat usable rooms in the winter and during the transitional periods, constituting a complementary source of heat, they provide fresh, warm, filtered air to the interior of buildings. They can be mounted on the walls or roofs of buildings.
The application of SOLHOTAIR solar collectors on average allows to save up to 40% of thermal energy per year. SOLHOTAIR solar collectors are protected by patent No. 230038 issued by the Patent Office of the Republic of Poland and European No. EP 17724896.6, they achieve efficiency of 83%, i.e. 20% more than the best solutions in the world.