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Make Your Home Solar Ready!

The solar water heater system is regularly paired with an electric water heater, which has 2 purposes: Heat up water on days that don’t provide sunlight. Supplement heating the water in case it’s not hot enough. ETC is one of the best water heating system where a different technology used by Evacuated Tube Collectors (ETC) which makes them highly proficient and operationally better-quality. The Evacuated Plates absorb solar energy and the vacuum between the two glasses insulates against heat loss.  ETC based solar water heaters do not need significant maintenance.

Water heated by the sun can reach temperatures more than 212° F, but the usual temperature for household use is only 120° to 130° F On cloudy days solar energy can easily reach those temperatures.

In the winter solar water heater didn’t get generated.  Nearly all of your hot water will be solar heated from April through September.
You will need a conventional backup system during the rainy season.

Solar Water Heaters are available in LPD (liters per day)

Features of Senaxus Solar Water Heater:

  • Hassle free electrical back up for poor weather
  • Eco-friendly
  • Long lasted
  • Excellent execution in adverse weather condition
  • No choking
  • Better presentation in winter and cloudy days
  • Vacuum jacket insulation
  • Easy to operate
  • Easy to install
  • Efficiently works with hard water
  • Easy to maintain
  • 40% of the average household’s energy bill comes from water heating.
  • Save interior space as these systems are located on the rooftop

Evacuated Tube Collector Solar Water Heating Systems

High Energy Bills ??? Rising heating costs every year ??? Reduced Profits ??? Do you require
heating / pre-heating up to 85-degree Celsius ???
IF YES, THEN, USE Bhagwat Energy Pvt Ltd. Evacuated Tube Solar Water Heaters – an unmatched and reliable solution to conserve energy. The Evacuated Tube Solar Water Heater use the abundant energy of the sun to heat water to temperatures as high as 85C and result in quantum savings in electricity or fuel oil.

The abundantly available, free energy from the sun, can be tapped anywhere the Evacuated Tube Collector Water Heating Systems.
The Senaxus Water Heating Systems can be easily installed and integrated with existing water heating systems such as geysers in houses, steam boilers in industries, or pressurized systems in hotels.

What’s more, the Senaxus Water Heating System pays back your investment in 2-3 years. With an estimated life span of 25 years, this represents excellent value for money.


– Hot water available round the clock.
– Significant energy savings.
– Nonpolluting & environmentally benign
– Totally safe & reliable.
– Little maintenance required. No recurring costs
– Easy and soft loan schemes available for any size and type.
– Avail of 100% depreciation in the 1st year itself.
– Operating life of 25 to 30 years.

Bungalows, Apartments, Hospitals, Hotels, Canteens, Dairies, Guest Houses, Health Clinics, Laundries, Boiler Feed, Process Requirements, Plating Industries, and all other hot water applications

How Does it Work?

A solar water heating system consists of a suitable collector and an insulated hot water storage tank. Solar Water heating systems work on the principle of `Thermo-Syphon’. Hot water, lighter than cold water, heats up and rises in the collector naturally to the hot water storage tank. For larger systems, the hot water may be ‘force circulated’ between the collector and the hot water tank.

All glass vacuum tubes is the key component of the evacuated tube collector. Each evacuated tube consists of a ‘tube-in-a-tube’. The outer tube is made of extremely strong transparent borosilicate glass that is able to resist impact from hail up to 25mm in diameter.

The inner tube is also made of borosilicate glass and coated with a special selective coating. The coating has excellent solar heat absorption and minimal heat reflection properties. The vacuum between the concentric tubes eliminates conductive and convective heat losses from the inner to the outer tube.