SolarWall® systems have been used on elementary schools, high schools, colleges and universities across North America, from Arctic schools in remote communities to urban campuses of all sorts. Clean SolarWall heating represents one of the most progressive technologies can be used for carbon reductions; and it provides a leaning tool for students while also ensuring a high level of indoor air quality, which has been shown to improve cognitive function!
SolarWall® heating systems have been used by hundreds of municipalities around the world to achieve a variety of objectives. For some, it is about ensuring that all new buildings are being constructed to the latest energy standards that include on-site renewable energy generation. For others, it may be about improving indoor air quality, reducing energy costs in older buildings, or showcasing the use of solar to promote greater awareness within the community. Whatever the objective; whatever the application, SolarWall systems can help.
The SolarWall technology has a long history of successful integration with sewage and water treatment plants, especially in cold climates, as they are extremely durable and have no maintenance. SolarWall systems have also been extensively applied to large bus depots, vehicle maintenance garages, and composting facilities. In all cases, the goal is to decrease the cost of ventilation heating in facilities with high ventilation loads.
Why have thousands of customers said yes to SolarWall heating? Because of its myriad capabilities in the industrial arena, SolarWall systems perform a wide range of functions, including; solar heating of ventilation air; reduction of building heat loss; and elimination of hot air stratification at ceiling level; which all combine to produce huge energy savings.
SolarWall® heating has been adopted by property management firms and city housing corporations across North America. They are routinely specified in both new constructions and in retrofit; especially with building re-cladding or building remediation. By preheating the inbound fresh air, solar air heating systems reduce the building’s energy consumption and increase property values.
SolarWall® systems are helping to achieve energy savings targets and provide energy security across 40 bases in the United States. The SolarWall technology has been extensively used across the United States Military by the Army, Air Force, Coast Guard, and Navy. It is also used in National Guard facilities, and by the Defense Logistics Agency and the Department of Veteran’s Affairs.
From drying coffee to withering tea, SolarWall air heating systems can be used across the agricultural spectrum. They reduce the need for traditional fuels, which has a myriad of positive effects ranging from lower operating costs, reduced carbon emissions, to decreased reliance on fuels that need to be transported to remote sites. SolarWall systems also help counteract deforestation by reducing the quantity of trees that are harvested for fuel.
SolarWall® systems have been used on hundreds of agricultural and animal buildings for poultry ventilation, hog ventilation, and other forms of livestock ventilation. Animal barns not only need to maintain a very warm indoor air temperature (up to 85 F is common), but they also require continual ventilation air. This typically produces enormous heating bills, especially considering that many farms and nurseries use propane to heat the incoming air.