Sojol ‘s mission is to provide quality air at a comfortable temperature throughout the seasons maximizing a renewable energy source – solar. Our vision is to improve health and well-being of our communities. Poor ventilation can silently lead to fatigue, respiratory illness and a decrease in physiologic efficiency.  Sojol’s system of ventilation uses solar and natural thermal syphoning to provide an external lung for collective respiration through different times of the day and the seasons

As director of Sojol Ltd with a working background in property management for social housing, I personally set out to develop products that would make an impact to the health and well-being of our communities. I believe that by understanding and observing natural laws, we learn to allow nature to work in harmony with us rather than us against it. Wherever possible let’s allow nature to do some of the heavy lifting. The sun gives us free energy and warmth. Let’s use it in smart ways for heating. And when we’re hot, the sun can help us to move air via thermal siphoning and paradoxically to even cool air via evaporation. Let’s tap into this as well.

By maximising solar heating and cooling benefits, Sojol enables rapid savings in renewable energy heating and cooling costs.

Our goal is to become an international chain or franchise, or participate in one with a partnership.

Sojol's innovative products that make up an innovative system are ready to flourish globally with the right partnership.

Sojol's solar ventilator is the only high flow solar air heating + solar chimney product in the market as of 2018, encompassing three products in one:

1. Heating and Ventilation in Winter

2. Cooling and Ventilation in Summer

3. Ventilating all year round to create a healthier home through all seasons

Several years of research and development funded by myself as the director with some funding from Callaghan Innovation has led to the development of successful products.

A University research project was carried out in 2017 after the solar ventilator was built and installed. Testing equipment that included a pyronometer and temperature sensors were installed to monitor its performance in situ for several months. This led to an understanding of its efficiency as well as other factors that contribute to the efficiency of the system.

Another University project was completed in 2018 to build and test our novel fan for the wall solar ventilator.  Further simulations have led to optimizing the design further so that it shows huge potential to at least double the flow rate and pressure of other fans of similar size.

Solarjoule IP Holdings Ltd enacts through Sojol Ltd to offer this patented range of energy efficient technologies based on agreement to be concluded with any interested clients.

 

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