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JLM Energy Inc., an energy technology company, says it has secured OG-100 certification from the Solar Rating & Certification Corp. (SRCC) for its Gyezr solar thermal collectors.

Gyezr is a low-profile flat-plate collector designed for either drain-back or closed-loop systems. It features a thickness of 2.7 inches and a weight 67 lbs., the company notes. The collector also includes four absorber sections that are individually accessible for flexible system design and installation.

Gyezr solar thermal collectors are equipped with JLM Energy's Micro-controlled Array Thermal System (MATS). The only solar thermal collector with an embedded micro-controller, Gyezr with MATS provides the system owner detailed and real-time feedback on the performance and well-being of system components, according to JLM Energy.



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