High Temperature Heat Pumps
High Temperature Heat Pump Swimming Pool Heaters Swimming Pool Heat Pumps How They Work Heat pumps use electricity to capture heat and move it from one place to another. They don't generate heat.
As the pool pump circulates the swimming pool's water, the water drawn from the pool passes through a filter and the heat pump heater. The heat pump heater has a fan that draws in the outside air and directs it over the evaporator coil. Liquid refrigerant within the evaporator coil absorbs the heat from the outside air and becomes a gas. The warm gas in the coil then passes through the compressor. The compressor increases the heat, creating a very hot gas that then passes through the condenser. The condenser transfers the heat from the hot gas to the cooler pool water circulating through the heater. The heated water then returns to the pool. The hot gas, as it flows through the condenser coil, returns to liquid form and back to the evaporator, where the whole process begins again.
Higher efficiency heat pump pool heaters usually use scroll compressors versus the reciprocal compressors of standard units.
Heat pump pool heaters work efficiently as long as the outside temperature remains above the 45ºF–50ºF range. The cooler the outside air they draw in, the more energy they use. However, since most people use outdoor swimming pools during warm and mild weather, this usually isn't an issue. SELECTING A HEAT PUMP POOL HEATERHeat pump pool heaters cost more than gas pool heaters, but they typically have much lower annual operating costs because of their higher efficiencies. With proper maintenance, heat pump pool heaters typically last longer than gas pool heaters. Therefore, you'll save more money in the long run. When selecting a heat pump pool heater, you should consider its:●Size●Efficiency●Costs.DETERMINING HEAT PUMP SWIMMING POOL HEATER EFFICIENCYThe energy efficiency of heat pump swimming pool heaters is measured by coefficient of performance (COP). The higher the COP number, the more efficient. However, there is no standard test for measuring the COP. Therefore, you really can't compare the COPs of different models unless you know that the manufacturers used the same test for each model. For example, the same heat pump will operate at a higher COP when the outside air temperature is higher.
Typically, manufacturers measure the COP by testing a heat pump pool heater with an outdoor temperature of 80ºF and pool temperature of 80ºF. COPs usually range from 3.0 to 7.0, which converts to an efficiency of 300%–700%. This means that for every unit of electricity it takes to runs the compressor, you get 3–7 units of heat out of the heat pump.High Temp. (80 C Deg) Circular Heat Pump Specification ModelARG-03HARG-05HARG-10HARG-05HARG-10HARG-20HARG-25HWater Heating Capacity(KW)9.0016.0032.0016.0032.0064.0072.00Water Cooling Capacity(KW)7.2012.8025.6012.8025.6051.2057.60Hot Water Yield L/H(ΔT=40℃)195.00345.00700.00345.00700.001400.001550.00COP3.803.803.803.803.803.803.80Rated InputKW2.374.218.424.218.4216.8418.95Max. InputKW3.085.4710.955.4710.9521.8924.63Rated Input CurrentA10.7714.1825.527.0914.1828.3531.90Max. Input CurrentA14.0018.4333.179.2118.4336.8641.47Power SupplyV/PH/HZ220V/1PH/60HZ220V/3PH/60HZ220V/3PH/60HZ380~415V/3PH/60HZ380~415V/3PH/60HZ380~415V/3PH/60HZ380~415V/3PH/60HZWorking Temperature Availabe:0°C ~+43°CMax. Water Outlet Temperature:80°CRated Water Outlet Temperature:65°CCondenserCopper Pipe In Steel Case Heat ExchangerDefrostingIncludedIntelligent Control5 meters signal wireCompressor /RefrigerantCopeland /Scroll Compressor /R134ACompressor QTYUnit1121244Fan QTYUnit1121222Sound LeveldB(a)65656865686868Water Inlet/Outlet DiameterInchG1"G1"G1½"G1"G1½"G2½"G2½"Water Flow Ratem³/h2.5474713.817.2Outline DimensionL×W×H(mm)710*710*850810*810*10551580×910×1180mm810*810*10551580×910×1180mm2000*1100*23002000*1100*2300Packing DimensionL×W×H(mm)840*840*1030950*950*12501650×980×1340mm950*950*12501650×980×1340mm2200*1300*25002200*1300*2500Net WeightKG100130260130260560700Gross WeightKG1151603001603006207601.Testing Condition: ** Dry-bulb temperature 20℃ ** Wet-bulb temperature 15℃ ** Water temp. rises 40℃ degree (from 15℃ to 55℃ )2.Technical specification is subject to change without notice,final information please refer to the nameplate on machine . Examples :