The INVERPAC PX swimming pool heat pump makes use of electricity to work. In fact, the INVERPAC PX pool heat pump is the shape of a solar heater, like the sun-warmed air is committed to the efficiency of these units. The heat is drawn in from the air by the swimming pool heat pump, upgraded with a compressor then transferred to the pool water.
If you prefer to enjoy swimming regardless of the weather, the INVERPAC PX pool heat pump is the greatest choice available on the market. The INVERPAC PX pool heat pump can keep any desired swimming pool temperature between 28°C to 41°C， whatever outside weather conditions are. The INVERPAC PX swimming pool heat pump still can run when the outside air temperature is above -20°C.
Because of their high efficiency, INVERPAC PX pool heat pumps run at a low cost. Especially, you receive R1.00 worth of heat as every 20 cents of electric input, which depends on the C.O.P.
There are many reasons to buy a swimming pool like family fun, exercise, entertainment and possibly even therapeutic reasons. You may find that your pool is often too cold to enjoy swimming without any pool heating systems. Your swimming pool is accompanied with a great pool heating system supports you in enjoying swimming all season.
INVERPAC pool heat pumps can especially last between 10-15 years or more. Since pool heat pumps are equipped with many moving spare parts, all of them require regular use by an A/C technician.
Two basic types of pool heating systems on the market are solar pool heaters and electric pool heat pumps. The vital factors to decide which system is best for you have to be considered below:
The pool water temperature you desired
Swimming season desired
The location of the swimming pool / Climate
Your target budget
Size/shape of the swimming pool shading/wind factors
Running cost of the pool heating system
Heat your pool faster
Operate through the latest INVERPAC, full inverter technology
Easy operation, modern touch screen control panel
Whisper quiet and energy-efficient
The INVERPAC pool heat pumps draw in heat energy from the air and then transfer it to the pool water through an exchange mechanism.