We know pool heaters are an investment for families - that’s why we’ve included some Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) below. If you have a question not covered below please feel free to contact our friendly staff to assist.
In climates where there's a risk of water freezing or you need to complete a shock treatment on your pool we suggest putting the heat pump in bypass to stop water running through the system. In sunny Queensland however we recommend leaving the bypass valves as is so water is continuously flushed through the titanium heat exchanger.
Pool covers are a great way to reduce water evaporation and save on running costs of your pool heater. We recommend contacting Daisy Pool Covers on their great range of covers. If you don’t like the look of pool covers, contact us today about Heat Loc the liquid pool cover solution.
Electric heat pumps work by taking the outside air and pumping the heat into the water until the desired temperature is reached in a refrigeration cycle. It doesn’t need a lot of energy to do this and actually uses a lot less than its gas counterpart. When the pool is nearly at the desired temperature, the heat pump starts to ramp down and not draw as much electricity which of course saves you money.
We recommend an annual service carried out by a licensed technician. Pool Heating Systems provides annual servicing as well as breakdown call outs. Contact us today to be added to our annual servicing list and one of our friendly office staff will contact you each year when servicing is due.
Not all heaters are equipped to cool. To cool your pool’s water, the process is reversed so the heater will pull heat out of the water and put it back into the air. Just like a reverse cycle air conditioner.
Our full inverter heat pumps can use up to 80% less power consumption than a standard heat pump, and are a more affordable option compared to gas heaters. The Australian Energy Systems Ai Series produce up to 15.5kW of heat for every 1kW of electricity used.
To put it simply, no. The heater can run off the same plumbing as your pool pump but you will need to have a Priority to Heat controller installed. This controller tells the pump when to turn on so you can maintain your heater set temperature.