Barbados remains at #1 in the world in the BTU Solar Water Heater capacity per 1,000 population!

According to Solar Heat Worldwide, the number one country in the world for cumulated glazed and unglazed water collector capacity in operation in 2018 per 1,000 inhabitants was Barbados (565 kWth / 1,000 inhabitants).

Solar Dynamics is pleased to be at the forefront of the developments of Solar technology which has led Barbados to Global prominence and we thank all who have helped to make this possible – Governments, bankers, customers, workers, competitors and collaborators.

 

 
  • Hottest @ 863.5 Btu (FSEC tested)

  • Highest Heat Retention: 3.2 Btu per hr heat loss vs. 6.2 of competitor (FSEC)

  • Strongest:  NEW Collector cabinetry made of extruded Aluminium.

  • Safest:  Installed with NEW  “Storm Secure” Mounting Hardware for greatest safety.

  • Best Guarantee:  World’s First Temperature/ Performance Guarantee 360/135F+-5F.

 

SOLAR DYNAMICS is the Best-In-Class solar hot water system that has led Barbados becoming the first in the World in thermal performance Btu per 1,000 population.

 

Our Quality Assurance

The public is advised that all Solar Dynamics Tanks and Collectors are processed to ensure that the quality which a customer orders is delivered. Specifically, products produced reflect the following protocol:

1. Date of Manufacture
2. Quality: (A) New | (B) Re-Manufactured (Re-Mfg.) | (C) Repaired
3. Each product will have the signature of the Production Technician as well as the Production Supervisor.

Customers can be assured of the quality they order and pay for.

 

Be Storm Secure with the all new Storm Secure System!

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solar dynamics storm secure system

Have you been concerned about the safety of your solar water heater in storm conditions? Solar Dynamics Limited has the solution. We’ve made revolutionary changes to our hot water systems to address these concerns.

Storm Secure Features

  • The collector is made of extruded aluminium; unlike the sheet metal of previous systems.
  • The top and bottom extrusions carry a base channel, in which a heavy secure aluminium fixture in located to anchor the collector to your roof. This anchor slides into place, and is secured with screws.
  • The collector’s base is secured to roofing or rafters, to resist uplift winds. It’s designed to be attached to all roofing materials.

The “Storm Secure” Solar Dynamics Hot Water System is the answer to your concerns of safety of solar hot water systems in hurricane conditions.

Upgrade your existing system

You can upgrade the safety of your Solar Water Heater with “Storm Secure”. Just contact us: 425-1540.

 
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Built to Last

A Solar Dynamics Hot Water System is built to last, with the most current technologies: safety tempered glass,  fusion bonded finned heat absorber plates; magnesium anodes which protect the inner lining of the tank,  polyurethane insulation to retain the heated temperature of the water; temperature that is the first ever guaranteed in the industry.

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Florida Energy Centre Tested

The Florida Solar Energy Centre (FSEC Test #00054 ), tested the Single Panel Solar Dynamics Hot Water System and found it produced 863.5 BTU per sq. ft. and had the lowest heat loss of 3.2 BTU per hr ˚F. Our systems are the most efficient flat plate solar collectors in the Caribbean.

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Two Types of Installations

Solar Dynamics Limited offers two types of installations – natural circulation, where the storage tank is located slightly above the solar collector panel; and the pumped or split circulation, where the storage tank is in a location other than the roof.

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IN HONOUR OF REV. CANON ANDREW HATCH

Solar Dynamics acknowledges the passing of Canon Andrew Hatch, and offers its condolences to his wife Sheila, his children Rachel and Marcus and their families; as well as to his sister Diana, her children Jane, Michael and Roger and brother Michael, and his wife Nan, Paul and Guy, nephew Stephen, son of his late brother Robin and their families. We feel the pain and loss of his passing.

Canon Andrew was for many years our Chairman and mentor. The concept of using solar energy as an appropriate technology for hot water was his brainchild in 1973 when the Oil crisis first began and he took the idea to CADEC, Christian Action For Development of the Caribbean, a division of the Caribbean Conference of Churches.

Andrew embraced the earlier work of Professor Tom Lawand of McGill University and made a solar water heating system using the basic materials recommended by Lawand for his home.

His wife Sheila gave the company its name - Solar Dynamics - and provided financial support during its challenging infancy. While the commercial development of the industry was championed by James Husbands, the idea of establishing a solar water heating facility or industry was the brainchild of Andrew Hatch.

The company started outside of The St Mary’s Home, in a shed donated by the late Bill Frost, a neighbour of Andrew.

Andrew supported the expansion of the industry in the Eastern Caribbean when Solar Dynamics in 1993 entered the Saint Lucia market as a manufacturer in the OECS.

Canon Hatch was a believer in employee share-ownership and supported employee participation. Canon Andrew Hatch also championed the re-development of the pottery industry, and especially the Chalky Mount facility.

Canon Andrew Hatch was awarded The Silver Crown of Merit in 2007 for his contribution to the Solar Water Heating Industry.

We pray that Canon Andrew Hatch will rest in peace and rise in glory.

James Husbands
Solar Dynamics Ltd.