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NOT ALL PLASTIC IS CREATED EQUAL
Products made from plastic typically start out as one-of-two types of resin blends:
Masterbatch: Natural (clear) resin pellets are mixed with a concentrate during the extrusion process. This concentrate would contain additives and fillers used to affect the end-product’s physical appearance or properties. Sometimes called a “salt-and-pepper blend,” this type of mix is less expensive for the manufacturer to use, but can often result in uneven distribution of key additives.
Precompounded: Compounding is a process of melt-blending plastics with other additives. This process alters the physical, thermal, or aesthetic characteristics of the plastic. Compounding starts with a base resin, which is blended with additives in an industrial mixer, producing a final resin ready for use in manufacturing. Additives are evenly distributed throughout the resin and subsequent end-products.
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- (2) SwimEasy Solar Pool Heater Panels (sold as bare panel only, hardware not included).
Each of our DIY Kits include everything you need to:
- Install the selected number of solar panels in a single row or "bank".
- Mount each solar panel to your preferred installation surface (roof or rack).
- Make water connections to and from each panel.
- Make water connections to the systems’ supply and return plumbing lines.
- Aid in automatic gravity drainage of the panels and piping.
This Product does not include Tax and shipping costs. International shipping is subject to regulations and Import Taxation of Country of destination.
AMRtechnologies Inc. Solar & Electrical Systems
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Solar Systems in United States & Latin America