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Photovoltaic solar energy Solutions for all types of photovoltaic installations, including all the electrical equipment

  • Grid-connected installations
  • Self-consumption installations
  • Remote installations
  • Hybrid installations combined with diesel generators
  • Solar-powered water pumps
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We advise you from the very beginning 
of the project, including technical support

We design a personalised solution for your project

  • We help you size the installation and choose the best technological solution
  • We look for funding through the different agreements we have with major financial entities
  • We help you renegotiate the terms of your electricity bill
  • We carry out an energy efficiency study aimed at reducing the facility's energy consumption
  • We complete our solutions with monitoring-remote control solutions for any installation, remote display using smart-phones, intrusion alarms for solar energy plants, homes…

We offer you on-site support to guarantee perfect installation

  • With our technical support, you will receive first-hand technical advice about the product and the development of the electrical installation
  • We supply all the additional electrical material required to complete the installation
  • We help you set up the equipment to get the best possible performance
  • We advise you on installations with operational problems, identifying the problem and offering the best technical solution
  • We have our own technological solution for EPC in large plants, which entails time-saving on assembly and labour, while also reducing the risks of bad connections. It also enables us to deliver all the material ready for assembly.

We choose the most appropriate solution 
for you out of our extensive range

Stand-alone facilities

These use the energy generated by solar panels, which is stored in batteries.

For stand-alone, or remote facilities that depend on an uninterrupted supply, as is the case with mobile telephone repeaters, the number of batteries is increased to ensure a constant supply of energy.

These installations can generate both AC and DC.

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Recommended installations:

Small-scale, non-critical consumption
Attics, small borders or street lights, among others.
Locations without the option of installing a generator or connecting to the grid
such as natural parks
Some examples of completed projects
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Stand-alone house with photovoltaic energy

Description of the installation

  • New-build main home in a remote area.
  • It does not have an electricity connection available.
  • The electricity company gives a quote of 80,000.00 € to install an electricity supply.

Solution

Stand-alone photovoltaic system with energy storage and a back-up generator.

Benefits

  • Lower investment
  • Quick installation (weeks)
  • Lower energy costs, as most of the energy comes from the sun at zero cost.

Technical description of the photovoltaic system

  • Rated power of the inverter: 6 kVA (single-phase)
  • Installation autonomy: 2 days
  • Photovoltaic power: 2.3 kWp
  • Generator: It is used six hours a week on average. It works as a back-up when there is no solar energy or energy in the batteries.

Investment in the photovoltaic installation

  • Approximate cost (turnkey): 25,000 € (not including the generator)
  • Amortization period if only one generator is put in place: 3 years

Stand-alone facility with support

These are stand-alone, or remote photovoltaic installations that have support from another additional energy source, normally a generator, to cover specific energy needs or to meet greater demand

Recommended installations:

  • Main home
  • Holiday home
  • Farms
  • Country houses
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Self-consumption of photovoltaic energy in the meat industry

Company with a significant electricity consumption level throughout the day. This energy dependence has a direct effect on the cost of its products and, consequently, on its competitiveness. These types of companies are very vulnerable to tariff rises imposed by the electricity company in question.

Solution

A photovoltaic self-consumption system has been installed so that they can generate their own energy (approx. 25%) for consumption in real time.

Given that consumption is always higher than production, 100% of the energy generated is consumed.

Characteristics

  • System’s rated power: 10 kW (11 kWp).
  • Estimated life of the installation: 25 years
  • Required surface on the roof: 200 m2

Benefits

  • Energy saving: 15,500 kWh/year
  • Economic saving (25 years): 44,000 €
  • Reduction in CO2 emissions: 9.75 tn/year

Investment

  • 18,700 € (turnkey)*
  • Amortization period: 8 years (approx.)**
  • *This value may vary, depending on several variables.
  • ** This data has been obtained by taking into account Spanish legislation as of 10/12/2013

Maintenance

Very low

Grid-connected facilities: self-consumption

This trend marks a change in mentality. You do not sell your production and there are no premium prices from the Government.

It is possible to produce electricity for self-consumption, in order to reduce the electricity bill, be more competitive and not be so dependent on electricity companies.
Furthermore, it enables you to pay fewer taxes (electricity tax at 5%), and penalties for over-consumption are kept down.

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Citroën Irún car showroom

Installation of a heat pump in the car display section at Motor Zamora S.A., an official Citroën car showroom in Irún.

Equipment

  • 2 Exterior units and 4 cassettes measuring 90 x 90 cm, MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES brand.
  • Thermal power rating of the whole set: 30 kw

Aerothermal installation in family home

Type of installation: Aerothermal system + KNX control

Thermal power rating: 12.7 KW

Sale: 6,800 €

Cost: 5,300 €

Profit: 1,500 € (22%)

Bunt Planet offices in San Sebastián

RACK installation of air-conditioning, ventilation and cooling system in an office with a high aesthetic factor.

Equipment

Air-conditioning: MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES VRV system, using 60 x 60 cm cassettes in offices and TROX TECHNIK visible ducted units, micro-nozzles and air diffusers. Thermal power rating 63 kw.

Ventilation: S&P heat exchanger

RACK cooling: APC split units in a redundancy configuration for DPC.

Free cooling system for electrical cabinets

Ventilation installation to cool an electrical cabinet room using a Free-Cooling system.

Equipment

S&P HIT1000NP fan with filtering sections and motorised gate. Interior temperature control depending on the exterior temperature.

Dissipated power: 20 kw

Air flow: 4000 m3/h

Ventilation system for smoke control in the event of fire

Air extraction installation in industrial premises to control smoke for evacuation purposes in the event of fire.

Equipment

  • 1 S&P 15 kw fan, model CVHT-30/28
  • 3 S&P 2.2 kw fans, model THGT/2-450-6/27
  • 6 motorised windows.

Bodega Traslascuestas

The owners, along with the architects (Arquitelia), turn to Elektra’s Advisory Department for assistance in including new technologies at Bodega Traslascuestas, such as CCTV, lighting control, access control...

In turn, Electricidad Guerra is entrusted with studying the lighting and supply of lights in several parts of the facility, such as the foyer, rooms, dining hall…

Description:

  • KNX control of the lighting in the wine cellar area and communal areas.
  • Constant lighting control in the dining hall.
  • Piped music system integrated in the KNX in communal areas.
  • CCTV system (outer perimeter and communal areas).
  • Access control in rooms and communal areas.
  • Entryphone system.
  • Interactive screen for the training room.
  • Lighting in the foyer and bar.
  • Lighting in the dining hall (adjustable equipment for integration with KNX).
  • Lighting on the outside entrance porch.
  • Light fittings on the bedside tables in the rooms.
  • Lighting in the bathrooms.

Hotel Apolonia

The project began with a study of the lighting at the Hotel Apolonia by Electricidad Guerra, which, with the help of the Building Automation Department, managed to include KNX control and other additional systems in the project.

The Building Automation Department advised Electricidad Guerra as regards the installation’s design (and the subsequent offer of material), and the installation company was also given advice on the subject of programming and setting up the system.

Description:

  • Lighting in the hotel and bar area
  • Exterior and emergency lighting
  • KNX control of the lighting and stages
  • KNX control of HVAC (fancoils)
  • Remote control of the KNX installation through the web server
  • CCTV system
  • Access control in rooms

Hotel Olatu

The owners who were managing the project, along with a decorator, went to the integration company Bost Mega, who, with Elektra's help, carried out the installation and set-up of the control and security system.

The main objective of this project was to be able to achieve remote control of the installations, as they also had to deal with other establishments in the same town.

Description

  • KNX control of the HVAC system
  • CCTV system in communal areas.
  • Access control in rooms and communal areas.
  • Entryphone system.
  • Online control of the installation both on-site and remote, covering:
    • Occupancy status of the room
    • Designated temperatures
    • Mode of operation
    • Status of windows in each room

Municipal fronton (Basque pelota court)

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Hotel Leonor Centro

Hotel Torre Rosaleda

Primark logistics centre

Institut Dental Inca

Spa Ranillas

Exhibition hall

Basque Culinary Center

Mutua Madrileña building

El Picuezo and La Picueza

School of Architecture in San Sebastián

Casa del lector (reading centre)

Balenciaga Museum

San Telmo Museum

Teatro Museo Dalí

Igartza Palace

Plaza de Hornos

El Burgo de Osma spa resort

Family home in Pamplona

Local restaurants

Casa Trabanco

Saiko Japanese restaurant

A´Barra Restaurant - Grupo Álbora

Sobrerroca bookshop

Eva Gonzalez beauty center

Guissona bookshop

Public lighting using LEDs

Paseo del Espolón

Family villa

Lounge in a family home

Country house

Home in Playa Gijón

Self-consumption of photovoltaic energy in the meat industry

Company with a significant electricity consumption level throughout the day. This energy dependence has a direct effect on the cost of its products and, consequently, on its competitiveness. These types of companies are very vulnerable to tariff rises imposed by the electricity company in question.

Solution

A photovoltaic self-consumption system has been installed so that they can generate their own energy (approx. 25%) for consumption in real time.

Given that consumption is always higher than production, 100% of the energy generated is consumed.

Characteristics

  • System’s rated power: 10 kW (11 kWp).
  • Estimated life of the installation: 25 years
  • Required surface on the roof: 200 m2

Benefits

  • Energy saving: 15,500 kWh/year
  • Economic saving (25 years): 44,000 €
  • Reduction in CO2 emissions: 9.75 tn/year

Investment

  • 18,700 € (turnkey)*
  • Amortization period: 8 years (approx.)**
  • *This value may vary, depending on several variables.
  • ** This data has been obtained by taking into account Spanish legislation as of 10/12/2013

Maintenance

Very low

Swimming pool with a photovoltaic pumping system

Objective of the system: 
To recycle the water from the pool on a daily basis

  • Without paying the electricity company
  • Without being affected by price rises
  • Use in indoor or outdoor swimming pools

Description of the installation

  • Swimming pool in a residential complex.
  • Pool volume: 150 m3
  • The water will be recycled every day of the year, once or twice a day.

Technical solution

  • 1 x LORENTZ PS1800 CS-37-1 system
  • Dynamic head: 3.0 m
  • Average daily pumping rate: 177 m3/day
  • Pool volume: 150 m3
  • Photovoltaic solar power: 4 x 240 Wp = 960 Wp

Summary

  • Turnkey cost: 4,000 € + VAT (approx.)
  • Amortization of the electricity grid: 8 years (approx.)
  • Amortization of the generator: 3.5 years (approx.)
  • Additional maintenance: Cleaning of photovoltaic modules.

Poultry farm

Description of the installation

  • New-build chicken farm. This building houses nests of 35,000 chickens (32,000 in summer).
  • The building is closed, with no natural light and with forced ventilation.
  • With artificial light, the birds’ behavioural habits are kept under control.

Electricity consumption

  • This farm has no connection to the electricity grid and all the power comes from a generator or photovoltaic solar energy.
  • The installation needs an energy supply 24 hours a day.

Technical description

Farm
  • Type: Three-phase 230/400 V (T/N)
  • Daily consumption: 120 kWh (average)
  • Maximum power: 22 kW
Generator
  • Pramac 45 kVA
Photovoltaic:
  • Installed power: 18 kWp
  • Battery autonomy: 1 day

Investment in photovoltaic installation

  • Approx. cost (turnkey): 59,000 €
  • Not including the generator

Advantages of the photovoltaic system (PV)

  • Generator running without PV: 24 h/day
  • Generator running with PV: 3 h/day (average)
  • Expenditure on diesel without PV: 30,000 €/year (approx.)
  • Expenditure on diesel with PV: 2,400 €/year (approx.)

Other benefits

  • It extends the useful life of the generator
  • The generator requires less frequent maintenance
  • Amortization period: 3 years.

Brands

  • SMA. Inverters and control
  • Exide-Tudor. Batteries
  • Klixx. Module structure
  • REC. Photovoltaic modules

Stand-alone house with photovoltaic energy

Description of the installation

  • New-build main home in a remote area.
  • It does not have an electricity connection available.
  • The electricity company gives a quote of 80,000.00 € to install an electricity supply.

Solution

Stand-alone photovoltaic system with energy storage and a back-up generator.

Benefits

  • Lower investment
  • Quick installation (weeks)
  • Lower energy costs, as most of the energy comes from the sun at zero cost.

Technical description of the photovoltaic system

  • Rated power of the inverter: 6 kVA (single-phase)
  • Installation autonomy: 2 days
  • Photovoltaic power: 2.3 kWp
  • Generator: It is used six hours a week on average. It works as a back-up when there is no solar energy or energy in the batteries.

Investment in the photovoltaic installation

  • Approximate cost (turnkey): 25,000 € (not including the generator)
  • Amortization period if only one generator is put in place: 3 years

Kitchen

A kitchen fitted out with cutting-edge electrical appliances with the maximum energy classification.

Office

This office area is equipped with controlled lighting using a smart presence sensor integrated in KNX. This sensor will switch the light on whenever it detects a presence, and it will also adjust the brightness depending on the amount of natural light coming from the outside, always keeping an appropriate level of light for the user.

Hotel

In the case of this hotel room, it enables access to be controlled with a card and it offers several types of permission settings according to the user, as well as enabling the control and management of the different systems integrated in the room.

For example:

  • The hotel guest can have access to the room and to all its systems: à la carte TV, temperature, lighting, etc…
  • The cleaning staff may access the room but not use the TV or the HVAC system.

Audio and Video room

Room equipped with a 6.1 cinema system, 55-inch TV and four comfortable seats. Centralised control system for audiovisual appliances, doing away with the need for separate remote controls to be replaced with a single control.

This room also has an APC by Schneider Electric Data Processing Centre, with a cooling tower included, which houses all the voice cable connection and data from the different Lifeevolution systems in a structured and orderly fashion.

The audio distribution system is centralised in the rack and this enables us to control the system from its remote control as well as from the KNX.

The energy measurement tools are integrated in the protection panel, and we can read this information from any screen or tablet.

Offices

Lighting regulated by the DALI system: When switched on they only reach 80% of their total power, and when switched off they only shut down to 4%. This 20% reduction in their maximum value is barely noticeable to the human eye, and helps to considerably reduce energy consumption and the electricity bill. The off mode at 4% also contributes to reducing energy consumption as switching on the light produces the most energy demand. By not switching off the light fully, we avoid the surge when switching on, which would normally represent a high energy consumption every time the light is switched on.

It is fitted with a HVAC management and control system that we can programme from a touchscreen to always maintain an optimum temperature. It optimises energy efficiency in full compliance with legal regulations.

This system can also be managed and controlled as part of the KNX system, to simplify the number of devices and offer greater comfort and convenience to the user.

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Training room

A room designed for giving classes and talks, equipped with the following systems:

Interactive screen: Video-projection system with interactive board control. We can show presentations and also write or draw on them, with the option to save any changes directly onto the PC.

As with the meeting room, it has KNX switches that enable its functions to be personalised to meet the user's needs and tastes, as well as a KNX screen from which the lighting and temperature are controlled, with the additional option of creating different atmospheres by just clicking on the screen

The RGB lighting systems allow light of any colour to be projected with a single light. These lights work by mixing red, green and blue, and are capable of projecting light of any other colour, even a very cool white ( >6500 °K), depending on the blend and intensity of these three colours

Meeting room

A space designed for holding meetings and giving presentations, equipped with the following systems:

KNX buttons: They enable each button’s functions to be personalised according to the user.

HVAC system: It is integrated in the KNX system so that it can be managed and controlled from the KNX screen or buttons, or from a tablet. This home automation tool ensures maximum comfort, as the HVAC system can be controlled from the sofa, from the bed or from outside the home.

Home

Thanks to the multiple home automation applications available, homes can be equipped with the following systems

  • Access control system using a fingerprint reader
  • Multi-room system that enables the video and audio signal to be distributed to any room in the house. For example: from the bedroom we can control, listen to and watch a DVD that is being played in the lounge.
  • Touchscreen to control and manage all the systems integrated in the home’s KNX network.
  • KNX buttons that enable the functions to be personalised according to the user.

Home bathroom

The bathroom is fitted with taps that show the water temperature by means of coloured lights.

Multi-purpose area

A multi-purpose area made up of the following lighting automation systems:
Seats and RGB luminaires built into the wall, which can change colour via any KNX device or tablet. This lighting control system is called DMX and is mainly used in bars and clubs, as it enables the colour changes to be controlled in line with the music’s bass line, and it can also allow you to create a sequence in which the colours change automatically.

Weather station

KNX device to measure temperature, brightness, wind speed and rain. These values enable us to interact with the blinds, extractor fans, etc…

Control via PC touchscreen

PC touchscreen built into the wall, and from where you can manage and control all the Lifeevolution functions, which would include:

  • Lighting
  • HVAC
  • Blinds and curtains
  • Windows
  • Access doors and gates
  • Monitoring energy consumption
  • Weather station
  • Piped music

Erco Museum

Here you can experience different types of technical and decorative lighting:

  • Particularly designed for specific elements and spaces in museums, exhibitions and buildings

  • Lights designed to enable visibility in dark places.

  • A wide variety of light projections, which can be modified in terms of their concentration, intensity, colour and even movement.

Smart panel

The Smart Panel controls, protects and manages energy consumption in all kinds of buildings.

  • Measure energy costs, with integrated protection or independent measurement, and control the installation status (circuit openings, closings and status) with updated information (receiving alarms) on the circuit status.
  • Connect: Prepared to connect with energy management platforms
  • Save: Real time monitoring and control. Access to energy information and installation management through online services.

Lounge area

Digital signage

The major communication potential of video and moving image makes digital signage a more dynamic and attractive alternative that marks a difference with traditional static advertising, with the advantage that we can load the contents remotely.

Vertical Lighting

Vertical lighting lets you bathe your walls in light to obtain a very luminous and efficient sense of space thanks to the fact that the vertical outline surfaces make up 80% of the light perceived.

Horizontal Lighting

This type of lighting is used to provide general lighting to a horizontal space parallel to the floor.

Accent lighting with the use of optics

Accent lighting allows you to highlight architectural elements or objects. The optics used vary depending on the size of the element to be lit up.

Colour temperature

You can compare the results of the different colour temperatures, from warm temperatures (2,700 ºK) all the way to cold temperatures (6,500 °K) and how to apply them to the different projects.

RGB system (Red Green Blue)

The RGB lighting systems allow light of any colour to be projected with a single light.

These lights work by mixing red, green and blue, and are capable of projecting light of any other colour, even a very cool white ( >6500 °K), depending on the blend and intensity of these three colours

Control systems

1-10V Lighting Control

Allows you to control the lighting equipment using an analogue signal.

DALI control system.

This digital control system offers bi-directional control of the lights and allows you to modify the circuits without having to rewire the electrical installation.

The DALI control system transmits regular information about the light, such as equipment or lamp failure, bulb shelf life, etc.

DMX

This is mainly used for stage lighting and allows you to control the lighting digitally, thanks to its 512 channels.

This control allows very high data transmission, its main advantage being that it allows the control of movement and change of colour of the lights.

Isolated Systems

Independent control elements that allow you to control the lighting of a space according to the amount of natural light entering from outside and the detection of the presence of people.

Large surface lights

Lights with large lighting flows to be positioned at major heights.

LED lighting

90% of the showroom is fitted with this technology to allow you to make a comparison between different light and check all their benefits: high light output and low power consumption.

Decorative Lighting

We work alongside with the leading manufacturers of decorative lamps to allow you to choose which best suits the tastes and needs of your project.

Lines of light

Lights in profile and continuous lines.

Concepts of light and magnitudes

What is light? How do we get white light? See how we get white light in visual experiences combining the three colours (red, green and blue). An explanation is also given of standardised light measuring parameters.

Colour temperature and CRI

Colour rendering indexes and colour temperatures condition the way people perceive objects. This showroom displays the different options available today, explaining the most advisable depending on the needs of each project, above all for retail businesses and shops.

RGB and Dynamic White Luminaires

Coloured light is gaining ground among those in favour of its use and new installations without a touch of colour are few and far between. When using coloured lighting, a number of parameters must be born in mind given that their use could distort the end result. The same occurs with dynamic whites, increasingly used in shops, workplaces and homes, as they could even go as far as to affect peoples’ moods by altering their circadian rhythm.

Accentuation by means of optics

Specific lighting for museums, exhibitions, framing... creating accent lighting that shines at a certain angle and in a particular direction to highlight specific elements.

UGR – Unified Glare Rating

This parameter quantifies the glare generated by a luminaire in the observer’s field of vision. Great care must therefore be taken when choosing the appropriate luminaire for every situation, depending on how the space is used.

Decorative lighting

Display of wall lights, playing with light and shadow, demonstrating that decoration is not only a question of the product design but that light effects can be used to obtain pleasing and surprising results.

Lighting as part of architecture

It is increasingly common for architecture and decoration studios to incorporate fully integrated lighting which interacts with the architectural design, adapting to each space.

Road, ornamental and warning lighting

There is increasing interest in using this kind of lighting to add value to our towns and cities, while also improving their image. Here we not only refer to street lighting, but to the addition of light effects to different buildings, parks, gardens, etc.

Spectacular lighting

There is increasing interest in using this kind of lighting to add value to our towns and cities, while also improving their image. Here we not only refer to street lighting, but to the addition of light effects to different buildings, parks, gardens, etc.

Emergency lighting

Provides necessary and essential lighting to ensure that we can continue to see properly in the event of electricity failure. Though sometimes undervalued in projects, a big mistake, the shape and design of the elements that provide this kind of lighting have significantly evolved, meaning that they can now be incorporated to general lighting and no longer pose a problem of aesthetics.

Control systems

To ensure that lighting is no longer a static element, we use control systems to lend it intensity and colour. Thanks to these systems we can control light to obtain myriad effects and sequences, making our installations more dynamic with no need for modifications, simply by giving good thought to the initial installation.

Smart panel

Today evolution affects not only lighting, but electricity panels too. Here we have a Smart Panel which, by means of an application, allows you to consult its status, how much the installation consumes, fully control its circuits and receive warnings for remote reconnection, providing fast solutions to common problems.

Hybrid installation

It combines grid and remote inverters to achieve better performance for daytime consumption.

These installations are designed for places where much of the energy is consumed during daylight hours, which normally have high consumption levels and are permanently supplied by a diesel generator.

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Main advantages

  • They offer better performance
  • Fewer losses as they use high DC voltages
  • Smaller batteries, which allow for greater savings
  • Can be expanded in the future, which is difficult in remote installations
  • Savings on electrical material: section, cables, covers, etc…
Some examples of completed projects
All projects

Poultry farm

Description of the installation

  • New-build chicken farm. This building houses nests of 35,000 chickens (32,000 in summer).
  • The building is closed, with no natural light and with forced ventilation.
  • With artificial light, the birds’ behavioural habits are kept under control.

Electricity consumption

  • This farm has no connection to the electricity grid and all the power comes from a generator or photovoltaic solar energy.
  • The installation needs an energy supply 24 hours a day.

Technical description

Farm
  • Type: Three-phase 230/400 V (T/N)
  • Daily consumption: 120 kWh (average)
  • Maximum power: 22 kW
Generator
  • Pramac 45 kVA
Photovoltaic:
  • Installed power: 18 kWp
  • Battery autonomy: 1 day

Investment in photovoltaic installation

  • Approx. cost (turnkey): 59,000 €
  • Not including the generator

Advantages of the photovoltaic system (PV)

  • Generator running without PV: 24 h/day
  • Generator running with PV: 3 h/day (average)
  • Expenditure on diesel without PV: 30,000 €/year (approx.)
  • Expenditure on diesel with PV: 2,400 €/year (approx.)

Other benefits

  • It extends the useful life of the generator
  • The generator requires less frequent maintenance
  • Amortization period: 3 years.

Brands

  • SMA. Inverters and control
  • Exide-Tudor. Batteries
  • Klixx. Module structure
  • REC. Photovoltaic modules

Solar-powered water pumps

System to pump water or other liquids that runs on solar energy.

Their main advantage is their lower maintenance cost, as they do not require batteries.

Types of pump

  • Submersible and surface pumps
  • Centrifugal and screw pumps
  • DC pumps, except the very large models

Pump manufacturer

Lorentz
Some examples of completed projects
All projects

Swimming pool with a photovoltaic pumping system

Objective of the system: 
To recycle the water from the pool on a daily basis

  • Without paying the electricity company
  • Without being affected by price rises
  • Use in indoor or outdoor swimming pools

Description of the installation

  • Swimming pool in a residential complex.
  • Pool volume: 150 m3
  • The water will be recycled every day of the year, once or twice a day.

Technical solution

  • 1 x LORENTZ PS1800 CS-37-1 system
  • Dynamic head: 3.0 m
  • Average daily pumping rate: 177 m3/day
  • Pool volume: 150 m3
  • Photovoltaic solar power: 4 x 240 Wp = 960 Wp

Summary

  • Turnkey cost: 4,000 € + VAT (approx.)
  • Amortization of the electricity grid: 8 years (approx.)
  • Amortization of the generator: 3.5 years (approx.)
  • Additional maintenance: Cleaning of photovoltaic modules.

Financing models available

Esquema de financiación por renting
  • The amount to be paid includes an all risk insurance that even covers damages caused by electrical storms.
  • At the end of the contract period, and after paying the last instalment, the installation ceases to be owned by the financial entity and the end user person/company takes over the ownership
  • It does not affect the company's borrowing capacity.
  • No commission for the study, formalisation fee, etc.
  • The material goods, project, labour and even the civil works can all be financed if necessary
Esquema de financiación por leasing
  • The contract shows the purchase value for the facility's acquisition once the payment period has concluded (a monthly payment).
  • The instalment does not include insurance.
  • You can access the ICO financing funds.
  • No study commission, formalisation fee…
  • The material goods, project, labour and even civil works can be financed if necessary

We integrate photovoltaic energy alongside other solutions

With the innovation and support 
from leading manufacturers

We offer a wide range of high quality products that you can purchase 
at any of our points of sale or from our customer web page

Grid connection

Stand-alone facilities

Solar-powered pumps

Electrical and installation material

See for yourself at our showrooms

At our showrooms you can discover and experience the latest trends in home automation, building automation and control, lighting and HVAC systems.
All these systems are designed to offer you the greatest comfort with the minimum energy consumption.

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