Air source heat pumps are the most energy-efficient and cost-effective way to heat swimming pool or spa water.
A heat pump is located near your spa pool and uses compressors and fans to extract heat from the air and transfer it to your spa water.
Because the heat comes from air rather than combustion, the heat pump will use about 75% less energy than a standard electric spa heater and 55% less energy than natural gas.
This huge power saving allows you to cost-effectively extend your pool's swimming season, or keep your non-SpaNET spa or swim spa at a certain temperature for year-round use.
1. Energy saving
Up to 6 times more energy efficient than other heating methods. Keep Your Swim Spa Warm or Cost-Effectively Extend Your Pool's Swimming Season
2. Affordable Pool Heating
With such significant power savings, you can afford to heat your pool and enjoy swimming when your pool is unavailable during the year
3. Intelligent control with sleep timer
Conveniently located smart control keypad with operating mode temperature adjustment, clock, sleep timer and onboard diagnostics
4. Corrosion resistance
Stylish anti-corrosion plastic housing with excellent UV resistance, anti-corrosion gold fin condenser Titanium/PVC heat exchange
5. Electronic Expansion Valve (EEV)
EEV technology adjusts refrigerant flow to ambient temperature, increasing energy efficiency and COP by 10-20%
6. Four Seasons Operation
Automatic defrost protection for all-season operation even in nighttime low temperatures as low as -7'C
7. Dual core heating or cooling
Our heat pumps have heating, cooling and automatic modes so you can heat or cool your pool depending on the season
8. Environmentally friendly refrigerants
The R410A does not cause ozone depletion and achieves higher performance with lower power consumption
Affordable Pool Heating
Our heat pumps use refrigeration technology to extract heat from the air (even when it is cold) and consume very little energy to power the fan motors and compressors.
Compared to gas or electric heaters, our heat pumps use a fraction of the energy to produce the same amount of heat output, 75% less energy than electric spa heaters and 55% less energy than natural gas.
Heat pumps generate free energy
A traditional electric heater only outputs 1 kW of heat for every 1 kW of electricity consumed (heating ratio = 1 : 1).
In comparison, our spa heat pumps can output up to 5.5 kW of heat for every 1 kW of electricity consumed (heating ratio = 1 : 5.5), so for every 1 kW consumed, up to 4.5 kW of heat is produced for free! The higher the kW capacity of the heat pump, the more free energy is produced. This free energy is what makes heat pumps so cheap to run and makes them the most energy efficient and cheapest form of heating available today.
Reduce carbon emissions
Spa heat pumps are a low-carbon technology that uses minimal electricity and extracts renewable heat from the environment to heat water. This renewable heating reduces CO2 emissions in your home and lowers your carbon footprint. It's great to know that you can save money while caring about our world and the environment we live in.
Which size heat pump model is right for you?
6.0kW Spa Heat Pump
Ideal for spa pools up to 2500L, the 6.0kW Spa Heat Pump provides up to 6.0kW of heating output while consuming only about 1.1kW of input power.
8.3kW Spa Heat Pump
The 8.3kW Spa Heat Pump is the perfect companion for all swim spas and larger spas, delivering up to 8.3kW of heating output while consuming only about 1.5kW of input power.
14.0kW Spa Heat Pump
Ideal for 40,000L – 50,000L swimming pools, the 14.0kW Spa Heat Pump provides up to 14.0kW of heating output while consuming only about 2.6kW of input power.
17.0kW Spa Heat Pump
The 17.0kW Spa Heat Pump is the right choice for 50,000L – 60,000L swimming pools, providing up to 17.0kW of heating output while consuming only about 3.1kW of input power.
19.0kW Spa Heat Pump
A smart choice for very large swimming pools (60,00L+), the 19.0kW Spa Heat Pump provides up to 19.0kW of heating output while consuming only about 3.6kW of input power, all on single phase power.
Spa Heat Pump Specifications:
Power range: 3kw, 5kw, 7kw, 9kw, 10kw, 14kw, 15kw, 16kw, 20kw, 27kW, 41kW, 49kW, 95kW and 115kW, etc.
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Rated input power
Titanium tube in pvc shell