Solar Cylinders

Many New Zealanders are turning to solar heating for their hot water system. This can be a very sensible financial decision, and is certainly beneficial for our environment. Solar powered hot water cylinders collect heat from the sun by using a solar panel that is fitted on the roof. This stored energy is then used to heat the water in the hot water cylinder.

Peter Cocks manufactures a range of solar capable cylinders and are a popular choice for many solar companies in New Zealand.

All of the cylinders below are Mains Pressure Duplex Stainless Steel and come with 3 probe pockets;

Capacity LDimensionsHeating MethodModelDetails
250560 x 1725Solar Direct250SDBSolar Ready. Lower Element Installed. 2nd Element option (SDBOOST)
280560 x 1900Solar Direct280SDBSolar Ready. Lower Element Installed. 2nd Element option (SDBOOST)
300560 x 2045Solar Direct300SDBSolar Ready. Lower Element Installed. 2nd Element option (SDBOOST)
350690 x 1455Solar Direct350SDBSolar Ready. Lower Element Installed. 2nd Element option (SDBOOST)
250560 x 1725Coil & Solar Direct250SCBSolar Ready and Solar or Wetback Coil. Lower Element Installed. 2nd Element option (SDBOOST)
300560 x 2045Coil & Solar Direct300SCBSolar Ready and Solar or Wetback Coil. Lower Element Installed. 2nd Element option (SDBOOST)
250560 x 1725Raised Coil & Solar Direct250STBSolar Ready and Raised Solar or Wetback Coil. Lower Element Installed. 2nd Element option (SDBOOST)
300560 x 2045Raised Coil & Solar Direct300STBSolar Ready and Raised Solar or Wetback Coil. Lower Element Installed. 2nd Element option (SDBOOST)
250560 x 1725Twin Coil & Solar Direct250STCBSolar Ready + Twin Coil. Lower Element Installed. 2nd Element option (SDBOOST)
300560 x 2045Twin Coil & Solar Direct300STCBSolar Ready + Twin Coil. Lower Element Installed. 2nd Element option (SDBOOST)