Gre’s swimming pool heat pump has been revamped for this 2018 season. Plenty of new features wrapped up in a redesign that gives them the elegance of our successful composite swimming pools.
To explain how a heat pump works we always use the same analogy: The heat pump is like a refrigerator, but changing its flow and output.
Heat pumps move thermal energy in the opposite direction of spontaneous heat transfer, absorbing heat from a cold space and releasing it to a warmer one.
As we said, air conditioners and freezers are familiar examples of heat pumps. But the term “heat pump” is more general and applies to more devices that have nothing to do with the pool and are used both for heating and cooling.
I mean: when a heat pump is used for heating, it uses the same basic refrigeration cycle used by an air conditioner or a refrigerator, but in the opposite direction, extracting the heat from the air or from the ground and releasing it in the space that you want to heat
The heat pump is the most efficient method to heat a pool. In heating mode, heat pumps are three to four times more effective than electric resistance heaters.
Discovering the right heat pump
Even when explained, picking a heat pump for our swimming pool can be pretty intimidating. To clear some doubts, we have a heat pump configurator that will lead you to the most appropriate model for your pool. (LINK)
You just need to jot down the measurements of your pool, the desired temperature and some meteorological data so that the configurator app can offer you those heat pumps that better suit your background.
In any case, if you are invaded by doubts concerning your new heat pump you can always call Gre’s technical support service clicking the +34946741844 on your phone to talk with an expert who can help you.
In any case, many see the heat pump as the luxury of the shivery. Truth is that through this device we can prolong the healthy habits of water for much longer.
Whether for comfort or health, a heat pump makes a difference in every bathing season.