Heatseeker Vertical Pool Heat Pump for pools up to a maximum volume of 70m3 - 85m3
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The efficiency of Heat Pumps is measured by a ‘coefficient of performance’ (C.O.P.). The HeatSeeker range of Heat Pumps produce a C.O.P. of approximately 5 for every 1kW of electricity consumed. HeatSeeker Heat Pump will generate 5kW of heat for your pool water, remarkable when you consider that the most efficient electric and gas heaters produce less than 1kW of heating for every 1kW consumed.
The capital outlay of purchasing a Heat Pump has, in the past, been higher than other methods of heating
swimming pool water. As Heat Pump technology has gained in popularity the cost of the equipment has
reduced. It is now possible to buy a quality swimming pool Heat Pump at an affordable price.
Produced by one of the world’s largest Heat Pump manufacturers and installed throughout the world for over 15 years.
Programmable digital control
Allows precise control of pool temperature. Digital controller can be installed remotely to enable convenient fingertip operation.
Unique fan and compressor design ensures ultra-quiet operation. Japanese engineered compressors are accepted as the most reliable on the market.
Simple to install
Rugged design for outdoor installation. Standard 1.5 inch connections for ABS pipework.
Why choose a Heat Pump to heat my swimming pool?
As fuel prices increase, it’s important that you choose the most cost effective and energy efficient method of heating your pool. The HeatSeeker consumes less than one-fifth of the electricity of conventional electric pool heaters.
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How it works
Swimming Pool Heat Pumps offer an exceptionally efficient and cost effective means of heating pool water.
Household refrigerators and air conditioning systems have utilized this technology for decades. The
HeatSeeker Heat Pump simply extracts heat from the surrounding air and transfers it to pool water.
An integral fan draws air across an evaporator, heat from the airflow is captured by the refrigerant flowing
through the evaporator. Having extracted the heat from the air, the refrigerant is condensed and its heat then
transferred to the passing pool water via the HeatSeekers heat exchanger.
Heat pump technology is reliable, environmentally friendly and extremely cost effective.
Heat Seeker sizing
This sizing chart assumes that the desired pool temperature is 29C, the ambient air temperature is not less than 15C, and that a heat retention cover is used. The unit is suitable for use between April and October, depending on the weather.
Model Pool Volume
HeatSeeker Technical Specifications
HeatSeeker Vertical fan Models
HeatSeeker Horizontal Fan Models
The heat pump unit is sold with a 2 year warranty on all components.