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The InSpire solar wall on the south side of a building, has been measured to show a maximum differential of ambient temperature-to-delivered temperature from the wall of about 55 degrees, i.e. 20 degrees outside with 75-degree air coming into the ductwork. This image shows how the wall is mounted a few inches from the building’s outer wall; the precision perforations in the wall panels allow outside air to travel through the face of the panel. Solar-heated air at the surface of the panel is drawn through the perforations where it rises between the two walls and enters the building’s ventilation system. ©2011 Robin Rogers