No matter you are going to hire a professional to install a pool heat pump or just do it yourself, it is always important to do the process correctly. There are a few things that you can keep in mind while installing a pool heat pump, this way, the pool heat pump will be able to function properly and last longer.
Firstly choose a proper location to install the pool heat pump, You will have to put your unit in a place with a steady supply of fresh airflow so that it can transfer the heat smoothly. And For maximizing pool heat pump efficiency, it will need a good airflow, so find a place where the pool heat pump can receive enough fresh air.
On top of that, install the pool heater in an open area to ensure that the air generated by the fan does not hit any obstacles and is recirculated back into the pool heat pump.
we recommend installing the pool heat pump outdoors so that it will be able to supply enough air and perform efficiently.
It is better to install your pool heat pump on a solid level foundation. A concrete pavement, paving slabs on the sand, or wood decking are all options for installing the pool heat pump.
You can either put the pool heat pump above or below the waterline. Just bear that in mind, the only condition is that the pool water pump is able to deliver a certain water flow rate for the pool heat pump to function.
Apart from that, using a slab or mount feet, you can lift the pool heat pump a bit higher of the floor. And It can help to reduce the vibration when it’s functioning.
It is better to put the pool heat pump adjacent to the water pump to reduce pipe friction, Keeping the pool heat pump near will help to ensure an ideal water flow rate as well
If the water flow is low, the water gets too hot, which might causing a shutdown. So you’ll need to ensure that the water flow rate from the water pump and filter is enough for your pool heat pump.
And you need to wash the filter, pipe regularly to maintain a good water flow rate.
In order to sustain the pool heat pump’s running and starting currents, you will need enough and a stable power supply. If your power supply is insufficient to sustain your pool heat pump, you will need an electrician to connect a separate wire for the pool heat pump.
But for some models with an easy installation process, you won’t need a professional to do the wirework.
It is simple to integrate a new pool heat pump with your swimming pool piping system.
determine the size of your pipes so that you can locate the appropriate connectors and joints to link them to your existing plumbing system.
if you already have a pool heat pump, keep it in place and connect the new one to it. So, you will be able to use both whenever you want to maximize the heating.
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