SunMaxx Solar Announces Solar Thermal Storage Tank Manufacturing Facility in Binghamton , NYavwFm87mDz
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE –March 15, 2012 – Binghamton , NY – SunMaxx Solar, a leading, vertically integrated manufacturer of solar thermal systems and components, is pleased to announce that the company now manufactures non-pressure storage tanks out of their Binghamton, New York facility .
SunMaxx manufactures a variety of solar hot water storage tanks designed for commercial and government installations. Combining both European and U.S. technology, the new tanks store large amounts of solar energy at lower temperatures, which will reduce costs and improve quality and overall performance of the solar systems. The non pressure storage tanks are the perfect combination of collapsible water tanks and low temperature heat exchanger coils , and can be used in conjunction with wood boilers. Delivered folded via flate crate, SunMaxx non pressure tanks boast easy installation and one hour piping time . The commercial non pressurized tanks do not require ASTM or ASME certification and are available to order for shipping worldwide. SunMaxx offers tank sizes that range from 200 gallons to over 5,000 gallons and the company policy states that it will match any competitor quote and beat it by 5% .
“Our solar storage tanks production line is the first step towards reducing overall system costs to ensure a sustainable future for the organization,” says Adam Farrell, SunMaxx Solar CEO.
The SunMaxx Solar storage tank manufacturing facility helps improve system cost structures, quality and efficiency. New storage tanks reduce overall storage tank system costs for commercial projects by 20%. SunMaxx Solar installers also have the added benefit of reduced system prices as well as improved installation times.
SunMaxx Solar aims to build a sustainable future for our global community. In today’s energy consuming world, SunMaxx offers world-class solar energy and renewable products, striving to meet the increasing need for alternative energy sources.