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Swimming Pool Heating

 
                 
    By heating your pool water, you can enjoy swimming for more than just a couple of days in the year.

We provide these pool heating solutions:

 

     
   

1. Solar Pool Heating

Use the free energy from the sun to raise the temperature of your pool by up to 9 degrees Celsius.

It’s a well known fact that most swimming pools rarely achieve comfortable swimming temperatures, even during the height of summer

Benefits:

  • No extra electricity costs – your existing pool pump is used to circulate the water through the panels.
  • An investment – solar heating is affordable, yet the value of your house escalates markedly if such a feature is installed.
  • Environmentally friendly – solar energy is clean energy. No pollution and no exploitation of limited natural resources
  • Ease of installation – installation takes less than a day. No mess, no fuss, no people walking through your house

Typical solar pool heating installation
The solar panels (made of durable and hard-wearing HDPE) are fitted to the roof. Water from the pool is channeled through the panels and is heated by the sun’s rays. The water is then returned to the pool by the existing pool pump. With such an efficient system temperatures between 22C to 41C are achieved. This system not only absorbs heat directly from the sun, but absorbs heat by conduction from your roof. In effect, the roof becomes part of the solar system.

Modular system
The solar system is modular, meaning that additional panels can be added at any time, roof space permitting. If a pool cover is not to be used in conjunction with the system, it is normally recommended that additional panels be added if luxury temperatures are required.

 

     
   

2. Pool heating using an electrical powered Heat Pump

A heat pump, using electrical power as its source as opposed to the sun, can be installed as an alternative method for heating the water in your swimming pool.

A heat pump is a very effective method for heating and though it is electrical powered, will use less energy than other heating methods.  It is not dependent on sunshine and your pool can be kept at a comfortable temperature throughout the year.

 

     
   

3. Pool covers

Thermal pool covers are affordable, easy to use and can be fitted to any shape and size pool. They raise the water temperature by 6C to 8C and reduce evaporation by up to 90% – an important consideration in a country where water is a precious resource.

The covers prevent dirt and leaves from entering the pool and will assist in retaining heat generated in cases of heated pools. This contributes greatly to the conservation of energy as pool heat pumps and cleaning pumps can run for less time, saving power and costs. The covers are not used for safety purposes.

 

   
               

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