For example, a round pool (length x width x height = 5m x 5m x 2.5m), we should calculate the size of the pool in this way : length x width x height x 0.78 (note : 0.78 is the radian value for round pool). Therefore, 5m x 5m x 2.5m x 0.78 = 48.75m3, which is 48,750 liters.
3. Heating Capacity of swimming pool heat pump
The heating capacity of a pool heat pump is one of the most important factors to focus on. In general, 1kW can heat 6.5 cubic meters to 7 cubic meters of pool water (under standard conditions).
Assume that it is set to heat 8-10 degrees Centigrade for a swimming pool with pool cover, at a temperature of 26 degrees, one cubic meter of water needs 0.4kW of heat; at a temperature of 15 degrees, one cubic meter of water needs 0.3kW of heat to be heated.
4. The Use of Pool Cover
If you are considering installing a swimming pool inverter heat pump for your own swimming pool, it is recommended by swimming pool heat pump manufacturer that you should consider using the pool cover. It is very practical which can avoid the heat loss of the pool water (especially at night). Use the pool cover can save 50% energy.
If there is no swimming pool cover, you need to choose a pool heat pump of higher heating capacity (about 35% higher). For a swimming pool of 30m3 with a pool cover, you can choose a swimming pool heat pump of 9.0kW to 12.0kW. But if you have a swimming pool of the same size but with no pool cover, you should choose a pool heat pump of 12.15kW to 16.2kW. More info, welcome to reach wholesale swimming pool heat pump manufacturer, Fairland.
By Laurence ZHENG
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