For many people, a nice, relaxing bath involves heated water. By heating the pool water, you can extend its use while also improving the pleasure that gives you a dive. Keep all the time at the temperature you want at any time of day.
How to heat my pool? Choosing the most suitable heating system.
There are two types of heating for swimming pools we recommend to be economically viable and more sustainable compared to other options available.
We recommend heat pumps with reversal cycle, and solar systems.
"Air" Heat pumps use free heat from the sun by collecting and absorbing energy from the air. This energy is then processed and transferred to the pool water. Its pump circulates pool water through the heat pump and heat the pool. A fan circulates air through the evaporator which drives the outer heat sink. The liquid air coil refrigerant absorbs heat in the existing environment transforming it into a gas. The gas refrigerant is then pumped into the compressor. When this heated gas is compressed, intensifies or concentrates the heat like a magnifying glass in the sun. This intense hot gas is then pumped through the heat exchanger and condenser where heat is transferred true. As the pool water passes through the heat exchanger, the hot gas gives its heat to the cold pool water. The refrigerant returns to the liquid state and is pumped through an expansion valve and then air into the evaporator to repeat the process again and it'ds called a vicious circle.
This heat is absorbed by the solar liquid that lies within the panel is then conveyed with the aid of a pump through a duly insulated pipes, to the titanium heat exchanger, which transfers heat from the liquid to the pool water.
As with the solar heat pump systems are dimensioned taking into account the cubic content of the pool, the bather's utilization, geographical layout, solar incidence, incidence of the wind and the pool constructive system itself .
For example a swimming pool with overflow has more heat loss than a skimmers pool .
It is necessary in all heating systems the installation of an isothermal cover. Without a cover the cost of heat pump consumption would double and the efficiency of a solar system would be much lower.
Becasuse all the heat gain during the day would be lost with decreasing outdoor temperature at night.
Example: To maintain the water temperature at 28 C. in a 8mx4m pool with an average depth of 1.50 m, with little wind, in the Algarve, and needed a place 14,5kw average cost of electricity pump, will cost approximately With Coverage € 291 per year. No coverage would be 726 € per year.
NOTE: To heat the same pool Gas would cost: € 2,036.00 With coverage Per Year Without Coverage € 5,091.00 / year (not advised)..
A heat pump will heat your pool by 70% to 80% less money than Gas at approximately 50% to 60% of the natural Gas. A heat pump consumes much less than any other type of heating. The cost of consumption varies form the geographical location, favorite temperature, wind, sun exposure, use of cover and season.