Swimming pool heat pump water heater
is mainly used for constant temperature heating in swimming pools, hot springs, saunas, bathhouses, etc. It is fully automatic and has a variety of operating modes. The modular design can be used for occasions with different capacity requirements.
The swimming pool heat pump water heater
is mainly equipped with: titanium metal heat exchanger, which can effectively resist the corrosion of chloride ions in water, durable and stable performance. It is suitable for use in places with high quality such as groundwater, mountain spring water, reservoir water, etc., and has a wide range of uses. Its water output is large, the operation is stable, and the life is longer. It is used for heating in the sauna massage pool, swimming pool, spa pool, etc. Compared with gas boilers, oil-fired boilers, electric heating, etc., swimming pool heat pump water heaters
have higher energy efficiency ratio and higher safety.
Development history of swimming pool heat pump water heater
The first generation of high-power gas:
The effluent temperature and water pressure are greatly affected by climatic conditions, and it is not easy to adjust the water temperature.
High combustion energy consumption and a large amount of toxic waste gas are emitted, and the service life is low.
The second generation of high-power electric water heaters:
Mainly due to high energy consumption, it is easy to leak electricity and hurt people, and the water storage capacity is insufficient.
The water temperature is too high, the bladder scale is serious and the service life is short.
The principle of swimming pool heat pump water heater:
The swimming pool heat pump water heater operates through the compressor system and absorbs heat from the air to produce hot water. The specific process is: the compressor compresses the refrigerant, and the refrigerant whose temperature rises after compression is heated by the condenser in the water tank. The heat exchanged refrigerant returns to the compressor for the next cycle. In this process, air heat is absorbed into the water through the evaporator to produce hot water.