Building a swimming pool is very expensive, and the costs of heating are different. A brilliant and inexpensive way is an INVERPAC pool heat pump. Unlike electric heating, the INVERPAC can save heating costs up to 85 %.
The installation of a pool heater is simple. But make sure you follow the manufacturer's manual book to avoid invalidating your warranty. This article shares tips on how to heat a pool with a pool heater in the best way:
Air source pool heat pumps utilize electricity, it collects heat from the air and then delivers it to the pool. An INVERPAC does not actually create heat. The pool water goes through the pool heat pump and gets heat from the pool heater. The coil inside the pool heat pump has a liquid refrigerant that absorbs heat from the air and changes it into gas. This warm air then goes through a compressor, in the compressor the heat increases considerably, resulting in the gas entering the condenser. The condenser then drives the heat from the gas to the circulating pool water via the heater. As the warm gas moves through the condenser, it turns into liquid and then goes back to the evaporator, and then the entire process starts again.
When installing your INVERPAC, avoid installing it in a closed space such as a garage. It’s better if there is direct sunlight. And you may install the INVERPAC on a stand which is not directly connected or attached to the house as the operation of the pool heater may generate annoying noise or vibration inside. The stand base should be on the same level or a little bit higher than the level of the filter system pad.
After the pool heat pump is wired correctly, the pool heater is ready to run. But before that, make sure you turn all the valves open to allow water goes into the pool heat pump.
Also, when the INVERPAC pool heat pump is heating water, the air blow out from the pool heat pump is cooler than ambient air. This is an indicator that the heat pump is working correctly. If the pool heater runs on cooling mode, the air blowout is warmer than ambient air.
Pool Heat pumps are carrying heat from the air. So, whether it’s installed directly in the sun or in the shade, the pool heater will work just fine.
To ensure the installation of your INVERPAC pool heat pump comply fully with warranty terms, it’s recommended to go for a professional installer from INVERPAC company, and they can also provide professional electrical work as well, just in case your pool heater does not comply with all the state and local codes.