Heat pump technology is widely adopted in the swimming pool industry because of the significant cost savings it can provide. In fact, most pool heat pumps can save homeowners 70% or more on their heating bills. However, these heat pumps have two major limitations.
* They only work during the pool swimming season and their efficiency quickly decreases as outdoor temperatures drop.
*The output temperature they can reach is 80+ degrees, which is too cold for hot tub temperatures.
Until now, most spa owners have stuck with standard electric heaters, however, electricity has become increasingly expensive and will continue to trend upward. Leomon generates between 14 Kw (high temperature rating) and 4.5 Kw (low temperature rating) of heat energy and can safely generate heat in temperatures as low as 20 F (-7 C) while still saving money over a regular spa Homeowner operating costs for heater. For those in climates outside this range, we offer hybrid heat pump systems that include a backup 4kW ACC spa package that automatically provides additional heating power when needed.
Chiller and heater in one
While hot tub users most often refer to heating requirements, hot tub heat pumps can also be used as chillers if needed. That's right, it can heat and cool based on simple controller selections. Perfect for hot climates where you need an escape from the hot summer months! For sauna owners, cold water soaks are a must. Now you can quickly swap your hot tub for a cold one!
1. High temperature water outlet
Hot spring heat pumps typically produce high temperature outlet water of 109°F at 80.6°F/71.2°F operating conditions.
2. Titanium heat exchanger
Titanium heat exchanger ensures long service life. Hot tub heat pumps use titanium to withstand the harsh environment of a spa or pool, which may contain high levels of chlorine or bromine.
3. Organized pipeline distribution
Under the hood, pipes and components are neatly located for quick and easy service and maintenance.
4. Save $
Save up to 80% on your pool or hot tub heating bill with a COP of up to 6.4. This means that for every kilowatt of electricity you consume running your arctic heat pump, you will output 6.4 kilowatts of thermal energy, or 5.4 kilowatts of free thermal energy! This is much better than any gas or electric heater on the market.
5. Low ambient temperature operation
Features like hot gas defrost and reversing valves ensure hot tub pool and spa heat pumps can provide usable heat at temperatures as low as 20 F (-7 C).
6. Heaters and chillers
All Arctic pool and spa heat pumps are both heaters and chillers. In automatic mode, the heat pump will switch from heating to cooling as needed to maintain the ideal temperature. Perfect for hot summer climates and a refreshing pool to enjoy during heat waves.
Heat Pump Hybrid with Electric Spa Package
Heat pumps should be equipped with a bypass valve to regulate the flow in the system. If a chlorinator is used, it is recommended that the heat pump be placed upstream of the chlorinator.