Solar cooling system
The solar cooling system, literally "solar cooling", is a newly developed plant that allows the absorber to convert the heat captured from solar collectors in chilled water for the summer air conditioning of buildings and for the production of hot water .
The system consists essentially of 4 components: vacuum solar panels, a reservoir for accumulating hot water, a reservoir for accumulating chilled water, a chiller or absorption water cooler, specifically the panels capture the Solar energy producing hot water that is accumulated in the tank. From the tank the hot water comes out and goes to feed the absorption chiller. Hot water supplies the chiller, which produces chilled water accumulated in the tank, typically at a temperature of 7 ° C, for the conditioning of the building.