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Technology Fundamentals: Solar thermal water heating

The thermal losses increase as temperature difference between collector and ambient air rises. At low solar irradiances the efficiency decreases at a faster rate; for instance at a solar irradiance of only 200 W/m² the output of Figure 3's sample collector becomes zero even at a lower temperature difference

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Water - Boiling Points at Vacuum Pressure

Boiling point as function of the pressure given as "mm Hg below standard atmospheric pressure": (= Vacuum of e.g. 100 mm Hg is the same as [760-100]=660 mm Hg absolute pressure) The table shows the water boiling temperature at different vacuum pressure. Vacuum is given as absolute pressure and pressure "below standard atmospheric pressure" (1 bara = 0 vacuum):

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Vacuum Hot Water Boiler Vs Atmospheric Pressure Hot

The thermal efficiency of atmospheric pressure hot water boiler is generally only 82% or lesswhile the vacuum hot water boiler can reach 92%the atmospheric pressure hot water boiler will produce scale in operationsoits thermal efficiency will decrease year by year.

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Vacuum Hot Water Boiler Vs Atmospheric Pressure Hot

The thermal efficiency of atmospheric pressure hot water boiler is generally only 82% or lesswhile the vacuum hot water boiler can reach 92%the atmospheric pressure hot water boiler will produce scale in operationsoits thermal efficiency will decrease year by year.

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