Wireless and Blue-tooth enabled new controller with the ability to monitor you system from anywhere, to be released in 2018. It will have international powering capability. See below
DSH engineered a new heat core storage system for extreme climates. It is designed to offset over 50% of yearly domestic heating and hot water needs, and perform well at -30c
The first drainback system was installed in Wellington NZ in 2017 and home temperatures were held in the +20 to 23c range during the first winter. And this with almost no summer heat storage.
Residential ~ Commercial ~ Industrial
DSH launched a very successful drain-back system in 2017. During a power failure when the pumps stop all thermal transfer, fluid in the panels is allows to drain back into a SS storage tank in the pump station. This prevents overheating of the solar system transfer fluids, at a time when steam can be generated..
A new multifaceted controller is expected to roll out in 2018.
Some of the expected new features will include: