Heat pumps for swimming pools
How does a heat pump work?
A heat pump collects calories present in the ambient air to heat your pool by transforming them into heat diffused into the pool water by a thermal exchange.
A heat pump works using the same principle as a fridge but inversed. A fridge transfers heat to the exterior to cool its inside temperature. A heat pump transfers calories present in the ambient air to heat your pool water.
A heat pump is composed of a compressor, exchanger, condenser and ventilator. It uses cooling gas to operate.
Heat pumps are easily installed in your pool, the hydraulic connection is put into use by a by-pass the outlet of the pools filtration system.
You can heat your pool water at a very competitive cost of approximately 2 Euros a day for 50 m3 pool.
- Ecological, environmentally friendly.
- Energy savings
- High performance, consuming 1kw for 5kw produced
- Easy installation
Schema depicting the connection to your pools hydraulic system
2. Pool pump
3. Pool filter
7. Inlet hot air
8. Outlet cold air
9. Power supply
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