SunMaxx Solar TitanPowerPlus AU32 Receives SRCC CertificationavwFm87mDz
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE –SEPTEMBER 13, 2012 – Binghamton, NY – SunMaxx Solar, a leading, vertically integrated manufacturer of solar thermal systems and components, is pleased to announce that the company’s solar collector, TitanPowerPlus AU32’s performance has been SRCC rated to produce 34.5 thousand Btu per panel per day on a C-rating (sunny) day.
The TitanPowerPlus AU32 flat plate solar collectors feature cutting-edge technical design constructed with the highest quality materials to provide optimal performance and durability while remaining affordable to maximize return on investment. The TitanPowerPlus AU32’s design offers reduced reflection and resistance to temperature fluctuations.
The Solar Rating and Certification Corporation (SRCC), a non-profit organization whose primary purpose is to provide authoritative performance ratings, certifications and standards for solar thermal products, operates with the intention of protecting and providing guidance to consumers, incentive providers, government, and the solar energy industry.
John Maliwacki, Education and Training Program Manager of SunMaxx Solar, comments, “The C-rating of the TitanPowerPlus AU32 collector allows SunMaxx to actively address all phases within the production of solar thermal systems and aggressively participate in large scale solar thermal energy projects.”
The criteria of the SRCC’s ratings for solar collectors can be found at www.solar-rating.org. SunMaxx Solar will continue to develop and procure the installation of solar thermal systems nationwide.
As SunMaxx Solar constantly strives towards more efficient and economical solar collectors, it lives up to the company’s mission statement. SunMaxx Solar aims to build a sustainable future for our global community and is proud that the company’s installations greatly contribute to reducing our carbon footprint. In today’s energy consuming world, SunMaxx Solar offers world-class solar and renewable energy products, striving to meet the increasing need for alternative energy sources.