As temperatures fall and autumn approaches, questions often arise about how to heat a pool efficiently. What is the best choice between an electric heater and a heat pump? How can heat be kept in with a pool cover? We will help you to familiarise yourself with the basic systems so that you can start to prepare your pool for the cold days ahead. Can you imagine swimming in warm water, when night has just fallen or when it is snowing outside?
Heat pumps with inverter technology can be highlighted for their capacity to heat pool water noiselessly, as well as using less energy. The latest models, such as the Pro Elyo Inverboost NN heat pumps by AstralPool, are highly recommended for heating residential pools, whilst being energy-efficient.
Their A power rating makes them the most efficient ones in the market because they can save up to 33% in comparison with standard class C pumps. This is possible because inverter technology automatically changes the power input in response to outdoor weather conditions and ensures that pumps work to optimum capacity at all times. Along these lines, the Soft Start system prevents current surges when the compressor starts up.
AstralPool’s Pro Elyo Inverboost NN heat pumps can be connected to the Fluidra Connect platform via the Modbus communications protocol and have been specially designed to perform better in the most adverse weather conditions.
Solar panels make the most of natural sources of energy. They are without a doubt the most sustainable and environmentally friendly option for heating water. However, local climate conditions will largely dictate whether this is the best system for you. Solar collectors can be placed anywhere, but preferably near your pool, either on the roof or in an area without shade and that receives a great deal of sunlight.