Can glycol be used to melt the snow on the panels?


From the panel's point of view, there is no cons to use the hydraulic circuit to melt the snow, within the limits of the operating temperatures of our panel. In addition, we advise not to send more than 60° in our panels.


From a system perspective, the SLL regulation that accompanies our systems comes with a"antifreeze" functionality. This allows the glycol to circulate in the circuit when there is a risk of freezing, andallow also fromwarm up the panels when their temperature drops below the value TAG(2)0.

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