Apricus Solar Thermal Installation & Design Training, March 29-30

February 15, 2011 at 2:21 pm 1 comment

Meet Apricus, a leading designer and manufacturer of solar hot water and hydronic heating products for residential and commercial use. Apricus’ innovative evacuated tube collectors represent cutting edge technology for water heating, space heating, and air conditioning. With thousands of installations in 30 countries, Apricus is poised to take Hawaii by storm in partnership with local distributor Lumen Solar LLC.

The Apricus Advantage:

✦ Modular design allows for ease of installation

✦ Evacuated tubes show superior efficiency in a wide range of conditions

✦ Support is available through Lumen Solar and Apricus technical team

✦ Priced competitively and eligible for all Federal and State tax incentives

✦ Solar cooling and AC applications

✦ Tubes are easily replaceable without disrupting the system

Who Should Attend:

Architects, engineers, and solar professionals who are interested in expanding their renewable energy offerings by learning the basics of solar thermal system sizing and design.

The training session will cover topics related to domestic and commercial solar thermal installations including:

✦ Rebate and incentive information

✦ Solar hot water system sizing and design

✦ Tools for promoting Apricus and your business

✦ Component selection and system schematics

✦ Installation procedures and practices

✦ Introduction to commercial solar thermal

Training includes lunch. All-day Public Parking is available for $8 at the two large parking lots along Halekauwila Street, Ewa of the Green Energy Outlet.

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