Intersolar - The RESOL FlowSol® E – for converting excess current into thermal energy

The RESOL FlowSol® E has been especially designed for using excess current produced by a photovoltaic system. The station contains all the vital hydraulic components, is particularly easy to install and can be retrofitted into all heating and DHW systems.

The RESOL FlowSol® E has been

especially designed for using excess
current produced by a photovoltaic
system. The station contains all the
vital hydraulic components, is
particularly easy to install and can
be retrofitted into all heating and
DHW systems.
"The measuring device reliably
detects excess current and the
integrated controller redirects it to
a steplessly variable electric heater
for heating a water store," explains
Gerald Neuse, RESOL Head of
Sales, and adds: „Thus, excess
power can be stored as regenerative
heat, internal consumption
can be increased while decreasing
conventional heating costs."

All the while, of course, household power has absolute priority and grid compliance is maintained.
"The intelligent control ensures an optimum store stratification so that even small amounts of excess
power can be reliably converted into heat and power fluctuations can be balanced out," relates Gerald
Neuse and concludes: „The RESOL FlowSol® E becomes the missing link between the photovoltaic
system and the heat generator - for more independence, decreased heating costs and less CO2
emissions."
Further information can be found at www.resol.com - or stop by at the intersolar 2016 in Munich,
booth A3.720 - our trade fair team is looking forward to meeting you!

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