A new and unique concept:
With conventional systems, depending on the solar radiation output, the standstill temperature reached (depending on the type of solar thermal collector) can be 150-200°C. Vacuum or tube collectors can easily achieve twice the standstill temperature.
The operating temperatures of the solar thermal collectors can therefore be up to 100°C higher than the ambient temperature. The industry refers to this as thermal losses. Studies on the impact on the environment are either not carried out at all or not published.
In contrast to the solar thermal systems known so far, the Blue Solar System emits almost no heat to our environment!
Blue Solar System - MEGA 10
Solar thermal systems for heating drinking water have been existing since the 18th century. The first solar collector was a wooden box with a glass lid filled with black beans, in which a temperature of 87°C can already be reached.
When using solar thermal systems, economic and health aspects should be considered first.
The success of the Blue Solar Mega 10 is based on a development of more than four decades. This solar thermal system has received several awards in the Asian region. It has a very high, if not the highest efficiency worldwide for extracting heat from solar energy.
In order to optimise and extend this competitive advantage, the Blue Solar Mega 10 system will be optimised in the next 2-3 years to not only achieve the best possible cost and utilisation calculation, but also to design it in such a way that this system cannot be copied.
The same irradiation system is applied as is used for the Pascal Stones. The modification differs in that the crystalline structures that form on the surface are designed to double the solar energy inside.
At this point, the two main modifications will not be explained in detail.
The ECOREFINE plant has been developed to analyse and separate contaminated materials in discontinuous operation (22 hours per day). The in the following summary proposed systems ECOREFINE I and II are utilized to determine the contamination of the material.
With the gained information and calculations, the ECOREFINE III will be constructed for the specific circumstances of the material or area that will be cleaned. The below summary describes the structure of the plant in a simplified form.
The synergy effect:
The synergy effect, not only in terms of existing and future technologies, but the enormous expertise on both sides were the basis for this decision. The data speaks for itself; there is currently no company that can offer a COP of 5.5 on average. Unfortunately, the data sheets of the manufacturers of solar thermal or even photovoltaic systems always state kilowatt peak. These quantify the maximum output of a solar power system or solar thermal energy. This maximum output of a solar power system relates to a period of approx. 1 minute (highest position of the sun). Calculations have shown that on average only 60 % of this peak value is reached in actual heating power. On closer examination, one also finds out that the values given in the data sheet refer to test series in the warmest regions of Europe (Spain), but is offered for cold Scotland.
The data presented refer to results in South Korea, confirmed by a state-approved laboratory. The COP value is on “average” around 5.5.
It can be assumed that this peak performance can be increased to a COP value of 7-8.5.
The Ecorefine also has numerous test certificates, in terms of technical as well as commercial expertise.
The first Ecorefine plant was built in 1996. From the attached drawing, which is designed for sludge on tankers, you can see in stage A (water) that it was dealt intensively (theoretically and practically) with the separation of water contaminated with pollutants. To say it in advance: the water quality was excellent, although it had previously been highly contaminated with many pollutants. Using a specially developed cyclone separator, more than 99.9% of the pollutant particles can be removed from the water vapour.
The fact that two thirds of energy is saved in the evaporation process under vacuum is of relevant importance. In combination with Solar Mega 10 technology, the energy requirement can be reduced by another 80%. This means that desalination of water is expected to require only 40-50 kW/h to purify one metric ton of water. Furthermore, no chemicals are used.
The essential advantages of the Blue Solar Mega 10
One of the most significant advantages is the largest aperture area for copper plate magnetron sputtering with 9.42 m², in addition to the highest thermal output with 5.466kW (average/day).
Some of the Competitive Advantages:
- Reduced number of Absorber Panels required to meet project's load demand; so: reduced roof (or non-roof) space needed to meet project's load demand;
- Larger A. Panels = 80% reduction in Joint Connection Fittings and Pipework = Large savings of Plumbing Fittings and on-site Labour;
- Reduced Risk for Peak Radiation/High Temperature joint leaks.
The large cost advantage from the above savings can be applied as follows:
- Thermal Wall Vertical Facades;
- Walk-way Canopies;
- District Heating/Cooling;
- Food Processing Applications;
- Large Industrial Applications.
Solar district heating (SDH) systems are large solar thermal systems with multiple collectors that supply heat via district heating systems. District heating and solar thermal are now starting to play an important role in the energy transition in the heating sector in Europe. Solar radiation in Europe is sufficient for this application everywhere. On one hectare of land, solar thermal can generate up to 2 GWh of heat per year.
In terms of land requirements, it is the most efficient way to generate renewable heat.