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New Trisomet® SC brochure launches

20 June 2012 No Comment

The new Tata Steel Trisomet® SC System brochure highlights the key role of the Trisomet® 333 System insulated wall panel system within the Colorcoat Renew SC® System – our new integrated solar air heating (transpired solar collector) solution.

Colorcoat Renew SC®’s pre-engineered control system uses the sun to generate fresh heated air. It consists of a perforated Colorcoat Prisma® collector, attached to Trisomet® 333 panels via an airflow cavity formed using a Tata Steel Titan bar and bracket. The system absorbs and traps the sun’s energy and converts it into useable, clean, green heat.

A low cost solution to achieving Government targets, Colorcoat Renew SC® is primarily suited to buildings where ventilated, fresh air is used to deliver space heating. It can be fitted to any building, new build or retro fit, that has a requirement for space heating during the day.

Installed onto south-facing walls, Colorcoat Renew SC® can be tailored to suit all types of industrial, commercial and residential projects.
It offers up to 75% efficiency converting solar radiation to usable heat energy. One square metre of Colorcoat® solar collector area can deliver 250kWh heat per

The heat produced from the Colorcoat Renew SC® System has been independently proven to provide up to 50% of daytime space
heating requirements.

With typical capital paybacks of three to seven years and an average four-month embodied carbon payback, the system can deliver the
best paybacks of any current renewable energy system for the smallest investment.

It is a result of extensive research carried out at the Sustainable Building Envelope Centre in Shotton, Flintshire, a £6 million initiative involving Tata Steel, the Low Carbon Research Institute and Welsh Assembly Government.

Please click here to find out more and view/download the Trisomet SC System brochure.

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