Aquasolar L35 (160 liters) Solar Water Heater Malaysia


Aquasolar L35 (160 liters) Solar Water Heater Malaysia


Aquasolar L35 Technical Informations & Specifications

The L Series is suitable :
Residential / Commericial which requires :
• High temperature, mid efficiency
• Robust installation

Warranty 9 Years Warranty + 1 Year Guarantee
Tank Capacity 35 Gallons (UK) 160 Litres
Overall Dimension (L x W x Di) 2438mm x 1050mm x 584mm
Weight – Full 230kg
Weight – Empty 46kg
Tank Dimension 1050mm x 584mm
Outer Casing Stucco Aluminium
Storage Tank Insulation 50mm High Density Polyurethane Foam (CFC Free)
Cylinder Material Marine Grade Stainless Steel
Nominal Working Pressure 750 kPa
Test Pressure 1500 kPa
Relief Valve Setting 850 kPa / 99°C
Laminar Flow Stratifier Yes
Electric Booster 3 kW
Number Of panel 1
Surface Area (L x W x D) 1854mm x 810mm x 70mm
Number Of Riser Tubes 10
Method Plate and Tubes
Collector Panel Matt Black Aluminium / Copper
Casing Material Aluminium
Glass Material 3.2mm Tempered Glass
Efficiency > 85%



icon1Designed to Meet Local Requirement :
A range of 66 & 80 gallon models to suit your needs

Retain Heats :
50mm High density polyurethane foam to maximum heat retention.

Top Quality Material : 
High quality corrosion-free material such as stainless steel, copper and aluminum to ensure long life and performance.

Proven Safe :
About 70°C and safety feature of relief valve controls the heat pressures.

Back Up Heater : 
To ensure hot water during raining season or over usage.

Number of Riser Tubes : 
More tubes in the panel to ensure fast heating and optimum flow rate leading to higher efficiency and effectiveness.

* Performance and operating efficiency depend on ambient temperature, level of sunlight and water usage.

  Consult your dealer for further details. Source of cost saving: Solar Energy International (SEI)


Aquasolar 300 Liters (300L) Solar Water Heater

Frequently Asked Question

1. Which Model/Capacity to choose?
Model/ units

  Usage Maximum of bathroom
L66 x 1 1 ~ 6 people 1 – 4 bathroom
L80 x 1 1 ~ 8 people 1 – 6 bathroom
L66 x 2 1 ~ 12 people 1 – 9 bathroom
L80 x 2 1 ~ 14 people 1 – 11 bathroom
*The calculation at the left is based on a shower head (6”) and 10 minutes for each person bathing.
*Calculation is for guidelines only, as many factors will affect the result. Eg: time of bathing, weather, water pressure, sizes of shower head.

As a guideline, households with up to 6 people should opt for the 66 gallon models, whereas larger households can either choose the 80 gallon models or to install two or more smaller systems.

Remember that Jacuzzis and bath tubs use a lot of water – factor in about 15 gallon (68l) per use for a regular bath tub.

2. Where to allocate the solar water heater?

  • Roof which can fit the Solar Water Heater.
    • L66 – 1800mm x 2400mm
    • L80 – 2400mm x 2400mm
  • Direction (accordingly)
    • South
    • North
    • East
    • West
  • Height (Recommended)
    • Highest of the building to avoid blocking
  • Roof trust
    • Ensure the trusses is strong enough to support the weight of solar (especially for L80)
    • Recommend to re-inforce the trusses for old buildings
  • Near cold water tank
    • Normally will recommend to install nearby the cold water tank and the pump’s location as cold water supply to the solar is from the cold water tank
3. What things to prepare before installation?
  • Hot and cold water piping system. 0.5 inches (½”) Stop-cock have to be standby in 10 feet below/nearby the Solar Water heater, is either inside or outside ceiling.
  • 15 Amp Power Point required to be ready in 10 feet below/nearby the solar water heater.
  • If the house is require a pump, will recommend to install it before install solar.
  • Water and electricity supply
4. What type of roof can install the solar water heater?

Aquasolar hot water system can be mounted at any position, however we will usually recommend that the Solar water heater should be installed at an inclination. We advise you to installation at highest location for optimum heat absorption.

For flat roof installation, an angled aluminium rack should be installed to provide necessary inclination.

5. What is the basic installation included?

  • Three (3) meter of hot and cold stainless steel piping for solar system inlet and outlet.
  • 3kW Backup electrical booster and thermostat
  • Italy pressure temperature valve (PT valve) to control the pressure

6. What are the things excluded in the basic installation?

  • Piping insulation
  • Aluminium rack for flat roof installation
  • Crane charges
  • Water Pressure Pump
  • Mixer Taps
  • Extra hot/cold water pipes which more than 10 feet
  • Internal house’s power point for the backup heater

7. When should I turn on the heating element?

  • Raining season
  • Over usage of hot water
  • Hazy season
8. Will I get hot water even on rainy days or nights?

A short period of rainfall will not affect the supply of hot water because AQUASOLAR’s tanks are insulated with 50mm of high-density polyurethane and fiberglass wool to retain heats. On an average, it heats water to about 70oC in the day and loses only about 8% of heat at night. Even if it is overcast, there is enough radiated heat to maintain the temperatures of the water at a comfortable level. However, if there are few days of cloudy day, it would require to switch on the backup heater.

9. Do I need to install a water pressure Pump for the solar?

All AQUASOLAR™ products are high-pressure systems which means you only need one water pump to drive both cold and hot water throughout the house. AQUASOLAR is not need to have a pump for its circulation through the system.

Our solar system uses Thermosiphon system in heating, when the water is heated it rises. However, we are always recommend customer to purchase a pump for the cold water tank to increase the pressure of cold water for a better enjoyment.

10. How much do I save?

Appliances with heating elements consume the most electricity in our homes. Using solar water heaters will help you make significant savings when compared to the cost of purchasing, installing and using instant heaters and boilers.

Here is a typical comparison in between instant heater and solar water heater.

Instant Heater  
Number of instant heaters : 4
Cost per instant heater : 350
Installation cost : 150
Cost of Purchase : 4 x (350 + 150) = RM2000
Number of persons : 6
Number of showers per day : 2 per person
Average time per shower (min) : 15
Heating element rating : 3.3kW
Electricity tariff : 0.276kW/Hr
Monthly Cost : 6 person x 2 times x (15/60) hour x 3.3kW x RM 0.276 x 30 days = RM 81.97
Yearly Cost : RM81.97 x 12 months = RM 983.64
AQUASOLAR L66 Heater  
Cost per solar water heater : 5250
Installation cost : 0
Cost of Purchase : RM 5250
Return On Investment (ROI) 5250 – 2000 = 3.3 years
        RM 983.64

AquaSolar™ solar water heating systems uses the latest developments in solar technology to produce high quality, efficient water heaters for residential and commercial use. Thorough the years of experience, we understanding more of home owners’ needs and that result in the product’s functionality and efficiency. The products are designed and engineered to fully optimize the sun’s power in warming up water without shooting up the costs – it’s the perfect balance of technology and nature!







EVERY HOME and family needs clean water – this daily essential is central to our contemporary lifestyle and its demands. Yet the delicate state of our environment today means that it is increasingly important that we use energy in a responsible and efficient manner. The average household uses 116,800 litres of hot water a year.

AQUASOLAR TM Water Heating Systems delivers the convenience of hot water on demand with the use of solar energy. Besides being good for the environment, AQUASOLAR TM can help you save up a substantial part of your energy bill too. Discover today how its modern, efficient design can take care of your heated water needs for years to come.

* Water consumption facts derived from Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, Malaysia. Based on an average family of four persons.


Each AQUASOLARTM product features high quality aluminium, copper and stainless steel construction that offers years of trouble-free ownership and usage.

Each AQUASOLARTM water heating system comes with two collector panels – each with 10 copper risers paired with 2.97m2 of collector fins with selective black coating for optimal heat conversion and performance-to-weight ratio.

Hot water is stored in a marine-grade 316L steel storage tank, which requires no sacrificial anodes to replace or rust and cracks to worry about. 316L steel tanks offer superior performance over industry standard 304 steel tanks.

All AQUASOLARTM products are designed to perform under high-pressure. High pressure solar heaters do not create a loss of pressure when water passes through it, which means homes using such systems only require one water pressure pump. On the other hand, low-pressure systems require one water pump for the cold water and another for the hot water.



AQUASOLARTM products rely on the thermosiphon principle to drive water through its system. Thermosiphon occurs when heated liquid rises and is replaced by cooler liquid in a closed circuit. As the cycle is repeated, the temperature of the liquid in the entire system is gradually raised.

Because there are no pumps or motors, AQUASOLARTM products are cost-effective to own, use and maintain.




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