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Thread: Pool Heat Pumps

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    Pool Heat Pumps

    Looking to buy a heat pump for my pool in southern NJ. I have a 16 x 32 pool. Not sure between the Haywards, Heat Siphons, Jandys or even a Gulfstream. Anyone have any ideas or experiences with these heat pumps or any others? I plan on using a solar cover. Also heard Hayward doesn't waranty in NJ.
    Thank you

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    Join Date
    Apr 2007
    Ft Lauderdale, Florida
    Well, it's not one of the BIG FOUR manufacturers of equipment, but we are the world's largest manufacturer of heat pumps. In the Northeastern US, our AquaCal Heat Pumps are labeled Aerotemp.
    We have our own factory warranty in New Jersey too.
    It's worth adding it to your list of considerations.
    Sean Assam -
    National Accounts and Commercial Products Manager
    AquaCal Heat Pumps
    AutoPilot Salt Chlorine Generators

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    We have a Hayward heat pump and really like it. It is not very fast at heating at the beginning of the season. It took about 2 days for our pool to go from 68 to 88. It also is not very efficient in the lower 50's and quits working in the upper 40's. It did allow us to swim in 90 degree water until mid-late October. We opened it mid April, so we will have about 6 months as opposed to my SIL who does not heat her pool and basically only gets mid May to early Sept and the beginning and end of her season is in COOL water, not warm 90 degree water!
    ~39,000 gallon True L, 43x28x18, Steel Wall, Vinyl Liner; 2 skimmers, 2 bottom drains, 3 returns, 1 dedicated cleaner line with Polaris booster pump; Polaris 280
    Hayward Pro Series 300 pound Sand Filter, Hayward Heat Pump 116K BTU
    2 Hayward Colorlogic LED Lights; Diving Board, X-Stream Slide, 3 Polaris Mini Jets; Step and Leisure Bench in deep end (SwimOut)
    Aqua Rite SWCG with Aqua Plus Automation and Controls (Goldline); Aqua Pod Remote for Controls and Aqua Logic Base Station

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    Let me just say that PoolSean always goes above and beyond to post anwsers to questions on this board- So I bought my SWG from his company through one of the vendors on this forum. But I will also say another supporter of this forum marcus from did an wonderful job to talk to me on the phone and give me all kinds of advice and solutions plus I got $100 off for being a supporter. woot... So I havn't got to hook mine up but I did want to let you know that I had good luck with the guys and he was good to spend a lot of time on the phone with me.

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    I have an Aquacal heatpump and it is excellent!

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    Feb 2008
    we just got our Jandy 3000 from Marcus at too....and we love it!
    custumer service was amazing and the heat pump arriced perfectly!
    we did have to have some electrical work done to support the 220 50amp that was needed to run our big heat pump but, it has been amazing to swim in mid 80's water temp when the avergage temp in Ohio is still 60's-maybe 70's.

    30-40yr old prehistoric IG gunite 20 X 40 approx 30000gals
    now with new cool blue Diamond Brite and blue waterline tile (looking good for 40yr old pool)
    new Hayward 244T sand filter, 3/4 Hayward pump, Jandy heat pump
    pool skim (love it)

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    Jul 2007
    We bought from Marcus ( as well, His customer service is incredible. We chose the Heat Siphon SX 5.0- it arrived very quickly and he beat everyone elses price. We're very happy, it only took about 18 hours for our pool to go from 68 to 83. Last year I swam until the first week of October. FWIW, this heat siphon has the highest available COF @ 7.6, this is the most efficient Hat pump available.
    c ya, grivera

    IG, Cement, 18,600 Gal; DE, SWCG, Nature 2; 1.5 hp pump; Quartz Aggregate, Mid-Atlantic-1st opened 7/07

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    We have a Aqua comfort (elec. heat pump) and it seems to heat the pool in about 2 days (20x40, ig vinyl). I consider running it like an additional A/C unit, but who know what the bill would be this year.

    We havent turned it on yet, the pool is open and balanced but only up to 70 deg. at this time.

    When do you turn the heater on? Avg temps here in NJ are 70 during the day. It would be great to swim after sports next wkend. (calling for rain this wkend)

    Thanks for any info.
    35,000 In-Ground Concrete/Plaster with spillover spa.

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