Are you ready to extend your swimming season, enjoy warm pool water on a delighted day and amaze your friends who haven’t made the leap for their own swimming pools? Depending on this, it’s better to find an effective, reliable pool heating worth showing. I recommend the INVERPAC pool heat pump, which returns every dollar you pay with five dollars of heat created. Two significant considerations for any swimming pool owners on the market are outlined: pool size and pool heat pump benefits.
The COP is the ratio of the heating to electricity consumption, the higher COP means that the heat pump is more efficient and save more energy. The COP of the air source pool heater is effect by three conditions: ambient temperature, water temperature and humidity.
For example, the INVERPX Turbo pool heat pump has a COP of 16， Which represents its ability to convert 1KW of electricity into 16kW of heat to heat the pool at a temperature of 28°C, a water temperature of 28°C and 80% humidity.
If you don’t know how many gallons of water your swimming pool contains, it is time to find out now. Actually, the sooner the better-- it is not just for the purposes of heating your swimming pool. You can get the right equipment, plumbing, even the amount of chemicals you need if you know the size of your pool, which helps you calculate exactly how long you are supposed to save on your energy bills.
According to the volume of the pool, we can choose the right model of the air source pool heat pump. The size of a swimming pool is measured in cubic metres (m3). For a rectangular or square pool, 1000 litres = 1 cubic metre. For other curved pools, 1000 litres = 0.78 m3 (for around pool) = 0.89 m3 (for an oval pool) = 0.85 m3 (for a bean-shaped pool).
For example, for a circular pool (L x W x H = 5m x 5m x 2.5m), we should calculate the size of the pool like this
L x W x H x 0.78 (Note: 0.78 is the value of the curvature of a circular pool).
Thus, 5m x 5m x 2.5m x 0.78 = 48.75m3, i.e. 48,750 litres.
If you make use of a suitable pool heat pump for the size of your swimming pool, your pool heat pump or plumbing aren’t overpowered. It doesn’t run the same as your pool pump itself, it doesn’t work permanently when the pool water already reaches the temperature you want. However, it will run again when the pool temperature is lower than the temperature you set.
The pool heat pump is able to keep the temperature of the pool water by itself but it still needs some maintenance itself. The great thing is that the maintenance of pool heat pumps is much easier than gas pool heaters. Even though the maintenance is easy, you still need to follow some guidelines to contain your pool heat pump in top shape for all the swim seasons to come.
If you are looking to install a heat pump for your own pool, we suggest that you consider using it in combination with a pool cover, which is very useful and avoid heat loss from the water (especially at night) reduce heat loss by 60%.
If you don’t install the pool cover, you need to buy a heat pump with higher heating power (app. more 33.5% heating capacity). The 30m3 pool with a pool cover can be used with a 9.0 - 12.0kW heat pump. However, if you have a pool of the same size without a cover, you should choose an air source pool heat pump of 12.15 - 16.2kW.
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