Geothermal pool heating relies on a heating technology that uses the earth as the primary energy source, thanks to relatively stable temperatures 4 to 6 feet underground. (Unlike the outside temperature which changes according to the season) This makes it a very environmentally friendly method of heating and cooling, 7 times more efficient than other methods.
How it works
Geothermal heat pumps work by extracting solar energy trapped in the earth and transferring it to a pool or other body of water that you want to keep warm. Additionally, the system typically consists of a network of underground pipes, known as ground loops or geothermal loops, to harvest thermal energy.
Swimming pool geothermal units are especially needed in today's eco-friendly market because they save energy bills and are clean for the environment.
1. Twisted titanium source water heat exchanger.
2. Digital pool and spa thermostats.
3. High temperature limit lock function.
4. Durable and maintenance free. Copeland scroll compressor.
5. Powder coated aluminum cabinet. For strength and longevity.
6. Efficient and quiet operation.
7. Performance tested to ETL listed BTU and COP
1. R32 new refrigerant
Energy saving, green, environmental protection, no harm to the ozone layer, is a new star of modern refrigerants
2. Low noise
The compressor is automatically adjusted by frequency conversion according to the indoor and outdoor temperature, with accurate temperature control, low noise and high energy efficiency
3. Intelligent control
Microprocessor digital controller with LCD display
4. World famous scroll compressor
Reliable quality, excellent performance and high efficiency
Installation and maintenance
For geothermal or water source heat pumps, the initial installation cost is usually the largest investment. But geothermal heat pumps are cheap to run because they are very energy efficient.
Once you have a geothermal heat pump installed, it requires minimal maintenance to ensure the highest level of proficiency.
With the correct installation, heat pumps can generally last more than 20 years.