First, it absorbs solar energy to heat the inside medium by using a vacuum solar collector. The refrigeration from the compressor goes through the copper coil inside the collector and undertakes a heat exchange. The refrigerant exchanges heat with the medium inside the solar collector and then goes through a cycle inside the system which generates cooling and heating.

Second, it adopts a highly efficient heat-exchange system. The use of the internal threaded pipe, hydrophilic aluminum fin and the optimal heat exchange system reduce energy loss, improve the overall efficiency and effectively ensure the performance.

Therefore, inverter hybrid solar air conditioners are much more efficient and energy saving than conventional air conditioners.



1 – Solar energy is absorbed and used to heat the high-pressure refrigerant in the copper piping inside the water tank.

2 – The high-pressure refrigerant is cooled down to room temperature and de-compressed to medium pressure.

3 – Through throttling and decompression, the refrigerant is further cooled and de-compressed.

4 – Refirgeration is achieved through heat exchange between the indoor evaporator and indoor unit.

5 – The compressor re-compresses the gas so the process can start over.


How Evacuated Tube Solar Collectors work:

Evacuated Tube Solar Collectors operate on the basic principle of using the light from the sun to heat liquids. Our solar energy powered hot water tubes then store the water in a solar hot water tank just like your current hot water heater. The image below shows the process that takes place within an Evacuated Tube as it is heating water.

What are the benefits of a Hybrid Solar Air Conditioning System?