How do you heat an 11x7 meter indoor swimming pool using a diesel heater or heat pump?
Answer . Follow the manufacturers instruction manual and code in your area. Or better yet, get a professional to see that all systems are compatible and that you have a ba…lanced system and can test the system once is on line. Ken
Answer . If you want to heat your pool you first have to turn on the pump because nothing works without the pump running. You will not get filtration, circulation or hea…t. Turn on the pump set the thermostat to desired temp range. If you are starting with a water temp of about 55 degrees more or less, you will want to run the pump non stop until you achieve a temp near your desired goal. -- Quicker recovery time with this method is achieved rather than running the pump a few hours then shutting it down until the next day etc. k
not a valid question
Use a bubble type solar blanket or cover.
The heater will not operate if the pump is not on.
To avoid passing your germs to another refrain from using the pool while your are contaminated. Common sense!
Re-read your question - think about exactly what you want to ask and then restate your question so that it makes more sense.
At a minimum you would need a 400K btu gas heater. This pool is larger than a 20 x 40' pool or 800 sq. ft. Many things dictate the size or sizing of a pool heater such as the …surface area of the pool, the size of the gas line from the meter to the heater, the distance of the run from the meter to the heater, the size or capacity of the gas meter, etc. Proper sizing is a must if your heater is to run at optimum standards.
No. generally a booster pump is used to run a pressure side cleaner.
A Heat Pump while more expensive to buy than a gas heater has much lower operating costs. It is also much cheaper to install requiring only an electrical connection instead of… a gas supply line.
A heat pump can be used all year round. They extract heat from the air even in cold weather.
In the summer the pool does fine not to be heated. It is set on a timer to be filtered and water is treated and kept clean. During the winter the pool is heated at a lower tem…perature but way above freezing and watched closely. The pump is always circulating the water. I have put it on a 4 hour timer to save energy, but always watchful. Do not take any chances when it comes to freezing water.
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It depends on where the pool is located, if a blanket on the water is used at night, the months that the pool is open etc. Most of the time we like to use heat pumps over 110,…000 BTU's or gas heater at 400,000 BTU's.
Alegria is a good reseller if you want to buy a heat pump for your swimming pool (in Belgium).
no you need a stronger heater specifically designed for a swimming pool
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Hi there, Both are good in their own way. The heat pump is cheaper to run than a gas heater but slower to heat water. Reliability is probably more on the side of gas pool h…eaters too. Generally, there is not a lot of electronics in a gas heater to go wrong. Hope this helps you out a bit! Cheers, Brian.