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Thread: Which pool heater should I get?

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    Which pool heater should I get?


    I plan to replace my ancient non working heater. I have a 40-50K gallon pool, so planning to buy 400K BTU size.

    I have spoken to several different people who all have differing opinions on which brand to buy? Obviously durability, price, and efficiency are the main things I'm considering.

    Top 4 brands seem to be:

    The contractor Im leaning towards working with is pushing the RayPak. He says they are easier to repair, and something about them not having a problem with gas pressure.

    Also is it worth it to upgrade to the cupro nickel?

    Thank you.

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    Re: Which pool heater should I get?

    Welcome to TFP!

    Get the biggest Raypak you can. Cupro is optional, not critical if you maintain the chemistry properly.
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    Re: Which pool heater should I get?

    Everyone seems to like Raypak.
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