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Saturday, 06 August 2016 17:22

Northern Lights Solar Solutions Acquires Latitude 51 Solar

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Northern Lights Solar Solutions (NLSS) has completed a partnership deal with Canadian based Latitude 51 Solar. This partnership will allow Latitude 51 to continue its Canadian distribution of the Northern Lights Solar Thermal products. The partnership will ensure that Northern Lights continues to become North America's largest supplier of solar heating products.

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Calgary Zoo Canada

123ZeroEnergy in conjunction with Northern Lights Solar Solutions supplies the Enmax conservatory located in Calgary, AB Canada with 16 high performance solar vacuum tube collectors. The Sun Rain solar evacuated tubes are consider to be one the highest performing collectors made in the wold. They are ideal to supply mid-range heat requirements typically found in space heating applications. The 16 Collectors are used to supply space heating to the Conservatory as well as maintain ideal water temperatures for this tropical eco system. The systems are also used to heat Canada’s largest display of indoor wild butterflies.

The SunRain vacuum tube collectors have a much higher efficiency curve and as such they are considered ideal in Canada and Northern USA for space heating, domestic water as well as commercial process heating applications.

Tuesday, 25 June 2013 17:23

Solar Pool Heating - Port Elgin Ontario

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From Kevin M. - Port Egin Ontario, solar swimming pool heating

 Solar Swimming Pool Heating System

This article is describing a large outdoor solar heated swimming pool.  As you can read from this story a single 30 tube solar collectors is helping maintain the pools heating at a very nice 86 Deg F temperature.  If you are heating a swimming pool with gas / propane or electricity you should seriously start thinking about heating the pool with solar.  The payback on solar pool heating is the best you will get.

 

The text below was sent to us from the pool owner and shows both the layout and the sime method of connecting the system into your existing pool heating system.  3 black manual valves is all you need along with some of your time to install it.......

 


 

Tuesday, 14 May 2013 04:33

Jack W - Cortes Island, BC, Offgrid Solar Set up

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Good afternoon,
Our very simple solar water system has been up and running since the end of
March. Even on cloudy days it provides more than enough hot water for our
needs. We had no previous experience with solar water heating, so put this
together in the simplest way.

You supplied the IT300-HP-HX, we hooked up its internal heat exchanger to
our existing electric water heater by removing the electric heating
elements and adding a manually switched circulating pump.

Friday, 25 November 2011 17:23

Wayne Larsen - Big Bar Lake, BC

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From Wayne Larsen - Big Bar Lake, BC
System: 4 x 30 evacuated tube solar collectors, The owner built his own house incorporating energy efficient designs and right from the beginning the plan was to incorportate solar hot water space heating into the design.

"Overall I am very pleased with the components supplied by your company and I have to comment on the level of service provided by Peter Ferlow in Vancouver, Peter went above and beyond any level of customer support I expected.. You may use me as a reference and I will be pleased to show off the system to yourself or your clients."

Friday, 25 November 2011 18:03

Terry Fenwick, Harwood, Ontario

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 Terry Fenwick, Harwood, Ontario
 
I installed my two 30 tube collector system in late November 2010.

My design goal was to maximize the winter heat gain to help heat water used for radiant floors and my domestic hot water. I have started with two 30 tube collectors set at a 60 degree slope and plan to add two more collectors later this summer. I enlarged and converted an old cedar hot tub into a 220 gallon storage tank with 4 copper heat exchanger coils in it. The tank water is heated by the solar glycol loop and by my ground source heat pump. The other exchanger coils in the tank are for domestic hot water, radiant floor heating and a heat dump coil which will send excess summer heat to my outdoor hot tub. I am using very basic ETCs (Electronic Temperature Controllers) to operate the solar loop pump, domestic hot water recirculation pump and activate the heat pump when the storage tank temperature falls below the required level.

Friday, 25 November 2011 17:48

Stuart L - Ottawa

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Stuart L - Near Ottawa
I've attached some photos. One is of 2 Latitude51 panels in a neighbour's system. The others are of my system. My heat/hot water system includes a wood boiler and 600 gallon heat storage tank shown in one photo. The tank has three heat transfer coils in it. One coil transfers heat to the tank from the boiler and heat from the tank to the heating system. The second coil heats the dometic hot water. The third coil transfers heat to the tank from the solar collectors.

Friday, 25 November 2011 17:33

John Safruk, Wainright, Alberta

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I purchased a system last fall from Latitude51 Solar, originally thought I would need a 60 tube setup
but have found the 30 tube works just fine for me and my wife even though we have a tree shading
problem around our yard.
 
I have an on demand modulating Electric water heater tied into the water coming from
a 40 gallon tank heated by the Sun.

Friday, 25 November 2011 17:31

From Mike Holden, Ontario

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 From Mike Holden, Ontario
System: 2 x 30 tube collectors, custom install for DHW and space heating.
 
"The great thing about solar energy, is that it is "free", the downside of solar energy, is that YOU must make a commitment, both financially and in a visionary sense, to make "free" work for you!
Before purchasing 2 systems from Latitude51 Solar, I too, had reservations, about the costs associated with "free", and I too, was unsure about whom to trust and whom to believe, in the event that I chose to foray ahead into the field of capturing the sun's rays, for practical purposes.

Friday, 25 November 2011 17:28

George Skeet - High River Alberta.

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From George Skeet - High River Alberta.
System: 2 x 30 tube collectors, 2 x 70 gallon tanks.
Just a quick note to show we did put the panels we bought from you to work. To date the controller says we have produced 2200 kwh of energy. The controller and panels are working great and the controller made it easy to hook into our floor heating system. If our heat management procedures survives the summer successfully, we will probably be looking at 2 more panels this fall. To that end, do you normally stock the 25 degree panels or would you need lead time to bring some in?

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Northern Lights Solar Solutions (NLSS) has completed a partnership deal with Canadian based Latitude 51 Solar. This partnership will allow Latitude 51 to continue its Canadian distribution of the Northern Lights Solar Thermal products. The ...

PRESS RELEASE

123ZeroEnergy in conjunction with Northern Lights Solar Solutions supplies the Enmax conservatory located in Calgary, AB Canada with 16 high performance solar vacuum tube collectors. The Sun Rain solar evacuated tubes are consider ...

From Kevin M. - Port Egin Ontario, solar swimming pool heating

 

This article is describing a large outdoor solar heated swimming pool.  As you can read from this story a single 30 tube solar collectors is helping maintain the pools ...

Good afternoon,
Our very simple solar water system has been up and running since the end of
March. Even on cloudy days it provides more than enough hot water for our
needs. We had no previous experience with solar water heating, so put this
together in ...

 Terry Fenwick, Harwood, Ontario
 
I installed my two 30 tube collector system in late November 2010.

My design goal was to maximize the winter heat gain to help heat water used for radiant floors and my domestic hot water. I have started ...

Stuart L - Near Ottawa
I've attached some photos. One is of 2 Latitude51 panels in a neighbour's system. The others are of my system. My heat/hot water system includes a wood boiler and 600 gallon heat storage tank shown in one photo. The tank has ...

I purchased a system last fall from Latitude51 Solar, originally thought I would need a 60 tube setup
but have found the 30 tube works just fine for me and my wife even though we have a tree shading
problem around our yard.
 
I have an on demand ...

 From Mike Holden, Ontario
System: 2 x 30 tube collectors, custom install for DHW and space heating.
 
"The great thing about solar energy, is that it is "free", the downside of solar energy, is that YOU must make a commitment, both ...

From George Skeet - High River Alberta.
System: 2 x 30 tube collectors, 2 x 70 gallon tanks.
Just a quick note to show we did put the panels we bought from you to work. To date the controller says we have produced 2200 kwh of energy. The controller ...

From Wayne Larsen - Big Bar Lake, BC
System: 4 x 30 evacuated tube solar collectors, The owner built his own house incorporating energy efficient designs and right from the beginning the plan was to incorportate solar hot water space heating into the ...

 From Doug S. - SE Calgary
System: 3 x 30 tube collectors, 80 Gallon Tank
 
For the last 3 and a half weeks (May 2011) we have had the panels run the tank up to 75 C but usually average 50-60 Deg C- range.

One of the reasons for this we have ...

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