A standard Accusol tank comprises a magnesium protection anode, an analogue thermometer in the upper part, a screwed inlet for connecting an electrical resistance heater, several points for measuring temperature, an opening in the lower part for accessing the inside of the tank, places for attaching the Dynasol unit, and a rigid insulation and protection jacket insulated with CFC-free polyurethane which is injected directly into the tank and protected by a release strip for future recycling.
It can be connected to all different types of back-up sources: the upper part has a coil that can be connected to a boiler for thermal energy, and electrical energy can be obtained by connecting an electrical resistance heater to the tank.
ACCUSOL is self-sufficient when it comes to producing hot water. It comes with all the elements needed to ensure complete safety, protection and regulation.
Its size and vertical design improve thermal stratification.
It comes in sizes ranging from 200 to 1000 litres, although even bigger tanks are available for large installations.
Tanks come in two types: double enamelled, made using a two-stage high-temperature vitrification procedure, and 316 stainless steel.