How Swim Heat Works
The process is best described in these 4 steps
- The ecological refrigerant liquid is fed through the panel collectors, the liquid vaporises due to the air temperature – anything above -15oC – this then increases the pressure.
- The gas is passed through the thermodynamic block and pressurised raising the temperature further.
- The hot gas is then passed through the titanium heat exchanger to heat the water.
- The gas, now starting to cool is passed through a valve to revert it back into liquid form to start the process again.
The ecological liquid within the system complies with European standards R407-C, which is non-toxic, non-corrosive, and stable in high pressure and temperature conditions making it perfect for this application and our engineers are trained and qualified to handle and install these systems.
System Performance & Benefits
The Swim Heat system excels at heating large volumes of water and has a revolutionary design that can sustain the biggest pools with ease. This flexible system will be produced in a bespoke design according to the size and exact requirements of your pool, whether it is indoor or outdoors.
Operational All Year Round
Works in All Weather Conditions
Reduce Heating Bills by 80%
Manufactured to Highest Quality
These unobtrusive units offer superb heat production, collecting energy from the atmosphere in a revolutionary way.
Not having to rely or need sunlight makes the collectors an excellent choice for the UK weather conditions.
The panels are manufactured from anodized aluminium with a sokolote selective coating that protects against corrosion.
Because of their construction the collectors have the wonderful advantage of being able to be located on a wall or roof space facing any direction.
Manufactured successfully in Europe for over twenty years, The Swim Heat system consists of:
- A Solar Block
- Heat collectors
- Integrated titanium heat exchanger
- Expansion valve
The size of blocks and number of collectors relate to your requirements of desired temperature and the volume of water that is required to heat.
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