Save money on your energy bills while
helping save the earth's energy supply.
- Costs $2,260 (includes panel, fan, box, filter, controls
and insulated duct on back)
- Qualifies for 30% Federal Tax Credit
- Galvanized sheet metal frame
- Uses 2" thick non-metallic solar absorber
- 4 feet x 8 feet in size
- Weighs approximately 110 pounds
- Has 4" size ducts and a blower to circulate heated air
into your house
- Collector output is approximately 6000 BTU/hour in
Solarway 6000 uses the sun's
The sun's energy is clean, abundant, widespread and
renewable. As it shines throught the Solarway 6000 panel, air from
your home is heated. A built-in fan returns the air with a
temperature increase of as much as 70 degrees.
It is simple - every gallon of fuel saved is one less
gallon you have to pay for. And, one less gallon taken from the
earth and burned to pollute the enviroment.
Plus solar energy has a wonderful potential benefit to
our nation by diversifying our energy supply, reducing dependence on
imported fuels, and improving the quality of the air we breath.
Frequently asked questions:
Q. Where should a Solarway 6000 be installed on my home?
A. The best place is attached to your house facing
south, where the sun will shine on it from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., the
maximum solar harvesting hours. But it can be faced east or west
with some limitations on heat harvesting. Solar panels may also be
roof mounted or mounted in a free standing frame out in the
Q. How is a Solarway 6000 installed?
Solarway 6000 comes with complete instructions. It is easily
owner installed with ordinary tools, and requires minimal
Q. How soon will I get a return on my investment in fuel
A. Seasonal savings are difficult to calculate
since each installation can be different. A properly installed
Solarway 6000 will have a payback of about 7 years. Additionally, a
Solarway 6000 can add to the resale value of your home.
Q. How much of my house can I heat with the Solarway
A. In our demonstration house one Solarway 6000
supplies all the heat for a 12' x 15' room. If every homeowner used
just one, it would create a large savings of our earth's energy. An
array of heaters can be installed to provide more heat. However, we
wouldn't recommend trying to heat more than 50% of your house with
Q. Will a Solarway 6000 heat my water for washing,
A. A heat exchanger coil may be added at
$500 to $1000 cost to help heat the water tank.
Solarway 6000 Solar Airheater -
$2,260.00 (call Ron Anderson at 218-384-3158 for
freight quote. FOB Minnesota.)
Solarway 6000 Panel Only -