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  • To Be A Super Installer

    Supporting Your Success

  • Remote Monitoring and Control

    DL2, DL3 and Vbus.net--System Is Near At Hand

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    Customizing Your Control System-We Are Your Tailor

  • Hydronic Heating Modules

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    Standard, Professional and Reliable

System Assembly Equipment

Award-Winning Plug & Play Heating Systems

PAW Heating Modules and Distribution Manifolds are premounted groups of fittings for heating distribution.

The Heating Modules are designed such that they can be directly mounted onto a Distribution Manifold or a mounting plate with thread connections (adapters also available).

 

Single heating modules can thus be combined without any problems and can be arranged in numerous  ways. This extraordinary flexibility is achieved by the modular structure of the entire Solarnetix system.

We offer PAW Hydronic Heating Modules for a broad range of applications such as boiler charging or low-temperature heating systems.All Solarnetix products are made from the highest quality materials available to ensure exceptional performance, high operational reliability and long service life.

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Solarnetix Logo Solarnetix™
Plug & Play Solar Thermal
Do-it-Yourself Kits,
Other Systems
Installers: Do More Projects on Time and Within Budget
Plug & Play Easy-Installation check Nope!
System Flexibility (Easy to Expand even late in the Project) check Nope!
All Parts Included, Predictable Costs check Varies
German Design, Pre-Tested for Reliability and Interoperability check Nope!
Wide Compatibility with Major Heat Sources
and System Layouts on the market
check Nope!
Wholesalers: Cut Time on Ordering, Stocking, Trips to the Job Site and More...
Packaged System - Ensures Efficient VolumePills Ordering and Stocking check Nope!
Reduced Design Time - Our systems are Modular and Repeatable,
They are easy to specify
check Nope!
Reduced Troubleshooting, Our Representatives Help check Varies
End Users: Benefit from the Quality of the Modular Heating Systems Available
Modular Systems reduce mechanic room size,
thereby reducing construction costs and adding property resale value
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Stylish Aesthetic Module Design check Varies
Proven Performance at Reducing Utility Bills:
Our compact mechanical modules reduce materials and standby heat losses over site-plumbed systems
check Varies
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