Smart Heat Pumps
The air-to-water heat pump is the most commonly used type of heat pump for pools. This type of heat pump works by the fact that the sucked air heats the contained refrigerant (R32). A compressor (supply of electrical energy) compresses the refrigerant and increases the temperature. The amount of heat contained in the refrigerant is given off in a liquefier (condenser) to the pool water flowing through it. The liquid refrigerant is then expanded so that the cycle can begin again.
Smart inverter heat pumps for the pool are equipped with compressors working with different variable speed. The speed is reduced and increased by energy demand and ambient temperature. High quality heat pumps with heating and cooling function offer a much longer bathing season and provide pleasantly tempered pool water by high energy saving. Optional these Smart heat pumps are available in 3-steps version and continuously variable version. There is a solution for every specific application for your unlimited pool pleasure in the private, commercial or hotel pool sector.
This is the COP value for pool heat pumps
The C.O.P. Value (Coefficient of Performance) is the performance value that characterizes the effectiveness of a heat pump. This quotient is the result of the thermal output delivered to the pool water and the required electrical output.
For more effectiveness when heating the pool, a larger model of the heat pump is recommended for a pool system. With a heat pump with more power, the heat pump can usually be operated at a lower speed. This leads to higher energy savings through less power required and audibly quieter sound levels during operation.
Automatic heat pump control
Among the Peraqua pool heat pumps you will find Modbus-enabled and WIFI-enabled models, which allow the heat pump to be controlled and the pool to be heated automatically.