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Why there’s no condensation in Solarspot systems

Condensation is a natural consequence of cold air meeting warmer air that has any moisture content. Any condensation that forms in the dome of a Solarspot system is prevented from entering the main body of the tube by the Convas lens located between the top of the tube and the dome. Any condensation that does form in the dome will gradually dissipate as it escapes from the dome via the ‘weep-seal’ around the edge.

D25 Solarspot slate parallel Flashing

D25 Solarspot slate parallel Flashing

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