Apricus is dedicated to providing families and companies with solar water heating systems that are affordable and meet the requirements of the market. Read More >>
Apricus products must be of excellent quality meeting relevant industry standards and be backed by a high level of customer service and competitive warranty support. Read More >>
Apricus as a company strives to play a leading role in the solar thermal industry, with a focus on continual improvement of products, management and service, while minimizing the environmental impact of all products and operations. Read More >>
Apricus products are certified to a range of international and local quality and product standards. In addition the Apricus manufacturing facility is ISO9001:2008 quality management certified. Read More >>
Project support can be tailored to meet the needs of the project and also the experience level of the system designer and installation teams.
Technical training is essential for sales representatives, system designers and installers.
If there is a quality problem that effects the normal operation of the product we will work closely with the local engineering or installation team to ensure it is fixed as quickly as possible.
Apricus is listed as a “leader in the market” on 2015-2027 Global Solar Thermal Collector Industry Market Research Report by Decision Market Reports, who aims at providing quality research and insights to help clients in taking right decisions.
Since 2013, these 65 sets of Apricus evacuated tube solar water heaters have reliably supplied hot water to UCLA dormitory and dining facility. In 2020, an additional 103 sets of ETC-30 solar collectors will be installed to provide students in newly build dormitories with solar heated hot water.
Apricus has specialised the design, manufacture and supply of solar thermal collectors for more than 18 years but has also completed projects that incorporated heat pumps for the backup hot water. The advantage of heat pump water heaters is a high COP (coefficient of performance).
JAKARTA, Feb 16 (Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry warned Indonesians on Sunday that man-made climate change could threaten their entire way of life, deriding those who doubted the existence of "perhaps the world's most fearsome weapon of mass destruction".