Our sole purpose is to protect and save our environment!
Eco-Projects is a family business with extensive experience in ecological projects. We are a company with multiple sustainable projects for a city, a rural area, or an urban community. The objective is to support anyone who is determined to design themselves much better in the four dimensions of sustainability (social, cultural, ecological, and economic) in order to transform homes, farms, estates, and companies into much more environmentally efficient ones.
Mission: Improving the environmental quality of our world and working for the good of future generations.
Vision: Contribute to the realization of sustainable societies by providing eco-friendly products and quality services.
SUSTAINABLE PROJECT KITS
Everything is designed and installed by licensed and certified Engineers, Electricians, and Plumbers
Photovoltaic Off-Grid Kits (with Battery Back-Up)
I-Independent equipment with self-consumption with batteries for emergencies (backup Kit).
Photovoltaic Net Metering System Interconnected with the Electric Grid.
I- Net metering, also called net energy metering or NEM, is a utility rate program that requires your electric company to purchase the excess solar energy your solar panels produce at the full-retail rate of electricity.
Water Management Systems Kits
I-Water filter, softener, conditioner, reverse osmosis system, and ultraviolet light for (Filtration, Purification, and Disinfection).
Drilling and Reconstruction of Water Wells
I-Farm or Estates
Love Your Environment Program
Finally, a program has been created that will allow you to acquire the ecological Kit that you need so much for your residence or business without sacrificing your monthly budget. We are an eco-friendly company dedicated to marketing products and services for the sustainability of energy, water, air, and soil creating a common good with our environment. The mission has always been clear saving and protecting mother nature for the common good of future generations. The program also offers financing options with discounts and rebates based on the project budget.
The first financial option is to stay without monthly interest if it is paid in full in 6 or 18 months. In addition, there is a fair offer of six years with fixed monthly payments. All you need to have is good credit (a FICO score) or a Co-applicant with a good credit score.
In short, invest in your kit and stop suffering from a lack of electricity or good water!
1. How many batteries are for a 400w solar panel?
A 400-watt solar panel can produce between 1,200 and 2,400 watts per day, depending on how many hours of sunlight are available. To save that energy for later use, you need one or several 200-250ah AGM or Gel 12v sealed batteries or a 10kwh lithium battery depending on how many watts your solar PV kit would generate.
2. How many batteries does a 400w solar panel need?
You must first calculate how many watts your solar panel system produces in a day. That will tell you how many batteries are needed. The 400w solar panel needs 1 12V 200ah battery.
Solar Panel Output x Sun Hours = Watts
Battery Watts/Voltage = Battery Size or Number of Batteries Needed
Let's start by finding out how much power your solar panel produces which in this case would be 400w. Solar panels need sunlight to produce power, so the number of hours of sunshine determines how many watts it can produce. If your area receives 5-6 hours of sunlight, a 400-watt solar system can produce about 2,000 watts per day:
The formula is: Panel 400w x 5 hours = 2000w per day
The second formula is: 1 Battery 12v x 200ah= 2400w
These calculations assume that solar panels generate 400 watts every hour. In reality, the output could be a bit lower because passing clouds, overcast skies, system losses, and low solar irradiance affect the output.
3. What should be the battery size for the 400w solar panel?
To keep things simple, you need to match the voltage. If you have a 12V 400W solar panel, the 12v inverter and the battery must also be 12V.
The formula is Watts/battery voltage = battery size in amp hours (ah). Continuing our example if your system produces 2000 watts a day divided by the battery voltage
The formula is:
2000w / 12v = 167ah
A 200 Ah battery is the best battery size for this system. However, it is better to get a 200-250ah 12v AGM sealed battery in case your solar panel produces more power than usual. During the summer, your solar panel will generate more power than at any other time. You get more hours of sunlight, which means more solar energy. Instead of letting it go to waste, get a bigger battery.
4. How long does a 400w solar panel take to charge a battery?
A 400-watt solar panel can fully charge a 200 Ah battery with several hours of sunlight. This assumes the battery is 75% discharged and there are several hours of sunlight. The charging time will be longer if the battery is completely discharged and there are fewer hours of sunlight available.
A 12V 200 Ah AGM battery has a discharge rate of 75% per cycle. This means that 75% discharge is as far as it can be used and then the battery must be recharged when the capacity reaches 150ah, which is the same as 1800 watts (150ah x 12v = 1800 watts).
If your system produces 400 watt-hours, the battery will be fully charged in 5 hours:
The formula is: 400w x 5hr = 2000w
On the other hand, a fully discharged lithium battery at 90%-100% recharges faster than an AGM at 75% capacity. Lithium batteries are more sophisticated and advanced, capable of absorbing more energy without being damaged. However, deep discharge is only one factor. The hours of sunshine available and the output of the solar panel also play a role. If you charge multiple batteries, it will take more time to charge power but you will have more charge.
Importance of water filtration and purification
Water is an absolute necessity of life. It makes up about 75% of your body and is involved in many essential bodily functions. Water also plays a critical role in carrying out many of the body's chemical reactions. Without water, parts of your body such as your skin would lack their proper shape and fullness.
1. How does a water softener work?
Water softening is the process of turning hard water into soft water, which changes the feel of water and its impact on hair, skin, and home accessories. To do this, minerals that cause hard water, such as calcium and magnesium, are removed and exchanged for sodium or potassium chloride through a process called ion exchange. Using electrostatic-sensitive plastic beads called resin, water softeners effectively remove dissolved rock ions from water.
2. What is a salt-free softener or conditioner?
Water conditioning systems work by altering the chemical structure of minerals in the water through the process of softening, which in some cases where water hardness is nominal can help prevent solids from settling on the pipes and fittings they use. Water. Salt-free systems can help reduce the buildup of limescale, the chalky substance seen in dried hard water stains, as well as other chemicals.
3. How does Reverse Osmosis work?
An innovative reverse osmosis system that combines advanced purification technology, while preserving healthy electrolytes and essential minerals. The technology provides protection against microbiological problems within the system and protects with its membrane filtration. The reverse osmosis system in your home provides clean, fresh drinking water without the hassle and environmental impact of bottled water. This advanced water purifier features quick-release filters that are convenient to replace and requires 20% less space under your kitchen cabinet.
4. What is Water filtration?
The two most common are ultraviolet filtration and activated carbon filtration.
Ultraviolet Filters: Ultraviolet or UV filters use different frequencies of ultraviolet light to remove mainly microbial cells from water. Ultraviolet filtration is effective for removing bacteria and viruses, and it does not rid water of contaminants like chlorine, lead, and pesticides.
Activated Carbon Filters: Activated carbon filters are used to remove harmful chemicals like chlorine, chloroform, agricultural chemicals, organic substances, sediment, and some minerals from water. It passes water through an activated carbon filter, which “sticks” to these chemicals (adsorption) and removes them when the water passes through it.