Swimming Pool Heat Pumps Prices
Swimming pool heat pumps do not generate heat; they just capture it and transfer it from the air to the water, thus providing an efficient and environmentally friendly system for heating your swimming pool!
Some other benefits of heated swimming pools include:
1. You will prefer swimming. The warm water is inviting rather than cold, and you can swim comfortably throughout the season.
2. Extend the swimming season. When you can use the swimming pool regardless of the weather, why only use it for two months in a year?
3. Automation. Set the temperature and let the heat pump finish its work.
4. Efficiency. Our system is specifically designed for swimming pools, which means the components used provide the highest efficiency.
Does the swimming pool need a heat pump?
Regardless of whether your swimming pool is above ground or underground, all swimming pools should use heat pumps, whether it is an air source or a ground source.
Heat pumps are generally not expensive. They are reasonably priced, easy to install and maintain, and are essential items. Having a garden swimming pool may be aesthetically pleasing, but if the water is not warm and unattractive, you may not want to use your swimming pool as often as possible.
How efficient is the heat pump?
They do not have a simple efficiency number to use. Their efficiency is measured by the coefficient of performance (COP). The COP averaged 5.25 across the range. This means that for every unit of electricity you put in to run the compressor, you can get up to 5.25 units of heat from the heat pump.
Is the swimming pool heat pump worth buying?
The cost of pool heat pumps is usually higher than that of traditional pool heaters, but this is offset by lower annual operating costs. If you want to reduce heating costs, but also want to extend the outdoor swimming pool season, then the pool heat pump is worth the investment.
How much does it cost to buy a heat pump for a swimming pool?
Dedicated swimming pool heat pumps are much cheaper than air source heat pumps. Air source heat pumps are usually connected to our homes for central heating and hot water production.
The price for a dedicated swimming pool heat pump starts at around £1,500, but for a complete air handling unit with thermal management, you may need more than £15,000.
How much does it cost to run a swimming pool heat pump?
The cost of running a heat pump depends on the size of the swimming pool, the ambient temperature in which the pump is running, and the target temperature to be reached. As an approximation, heating a 10 million x 4 million swimming pool to 28°C would cost £5 per day.
How long does it take for a heat pump to heat a swimming pool?
The swimming pool heat pump takes 24 to 72 hours to heat the swimming pool to 11°C. This time will vary depending on the size of your pool, the power of the pool heat pump and the ambient temperature.
Should I run my pool heat pump at night?
If you plan to swim first thing in the morning, you should run the pool heat pump at night. How and when you choose to run a pool heat pump depends on how often you swim and what time of day. The use of automated control systems can help reduce costs.
In what month is the heat pump most suitable for use?
Generally, heat pumps are only sold in summer. Yes, all manufacturers say that they can work in an ambient temperature of 0-5 degrees, but the heat output is very small. In fact, at these temperatures, you are unlikely to want to swim. Ideally, the heat pump should not be turned on before the ambient air temperature reaches 15-20 degrees.
The heat pump is perfect for heating your swimming pool during the summer (May to September). However, with the various climate changes we have experienced in recent years, we have received reports from customers that they have been running heat pumps from April to late October!
How do I adjust the heat in the swimming pool?
Unfortunately, due to too many variables such as the heating value, wind speed, water speed, and groundwater level of the swimming pool structure, and whether the insulation cover is applied, it is not an accurate science to determine the amount of heat in the swimming pool.
Therefore, the heat pump manufacturer's calculation is based on the amount of heat (kW) that your pool may release per hour. As you will see, for certain pool sizes, we recommend using two sizes of heaters. If your budget allows, it is better to buy a larger size because it is more cost-effective, more efficient, and therefore faster heating time.
Swimming pool heat pump size:
5.6kW-220V is used in swimming pools up to 20,000 liters.
9.5kW-220V is suitable for swimming pools up to 35,000 liters.
12.5kW-220V is used in swimming pools up to 50,000 liters.
17.0kW-220V is suitable for swimming pools up to 70,000 liters.
21.0kW-380V is used for swimming pools up to 100,000 liters. (Requires three-phase power supply)
26.0kW-380V is used in swimming pools up to 125,000 liters. (Requires three-phase power supply)
31.0kW-380V is used in swimming pools up to 160,000 liters. (Requires three-phase power supply)
45.0kW-380V is used in swimming pools up to 250,000 liters. (Requires three-phase power supply)
90.0kW-380V is suitable for swimming pools up to 500,000 liters. (Requires three-phase power supply)