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Solar Heating and Drying


Although Solar Energy may be considered as a new and unconventional Energy resource, historically, it has been used for several years. Solar Evaporator of Sea Water to recover common salt for daily use and drying agriculture products for preservation, have been practiced for years.
As Science and Engineering has progressed, this freely  available Energy resource is being  systematically investigated and several effective ways are being put into practice and use. We restrict ourselves to consideration of thermal processes, in which Solar radiation is absorbed by  surface and converted into heat.

It is a System because it consists of several parts of Equipment such as :
(1) Thermal Collectors where water is heated by absorbing heat from Solar Radiations.
(2) Water Storage Tank and
(3) Connecting Piping.

Hot water has a wide variety of uses in houses, business and industries. An effectively designed Solar Water heating system can also form part of Solar Thermal Cooling System promoting efficient temperature control of buildings.

There are many manufacturers of Solar Water Heater. What makes Mamko Design unique is the use of these specially designed Heat Transfer Enhancers; a technology which they have developed around the year. For more details on this, please, refer to


Mamko has acquired BARC design which is compact, easy to transport and easy to assemble. Further to that mamko has scaled up these and have developed larger units. Mamko has developed a drying system as shown in the attached photograph. Here Low Temperature heat available elsewhere may be utilized. Air circulated through the storage unit developed by Mamko makes the heat for drying available for longer duration. Another special feature of this is that the Air is circulated in the system goes vide three packed units;  where the air is first filtered and then it is dried by moisture absorbent followed by an Active Carbon Unit for removing the odours. Thus the clean and dry air goes to the drying section.

The material dried in these systems retain the colour and flavours. This is the extra advantage in comparison to open air drying. Further no external particles or dust get deposited onto the dried material.