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    Heat Pump for Spa and Pool

    I am contemplating the Aquapro PRO1300 for my system. Does anyone heave good or bad news to share about this product?
    http://www.aquaprosystems.com/product.aspx?sno=27

    Joe
    25x15 pool & 5x7 spa, Pentair Easy Touch 8, Pentair Intelliflo, Pentair Ultratemp heater, Pentair C&C 520sqft, Pentair Screen Logic 2, Intellibrite 5G pool & spa lights

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    Re: Heat Pump for Spa and Pool

    Joe, welcome to TFP!!


    I don't know the unit you're asking about , but -in my experience- heatpumps don't do a good job with spas They just can't get the water hot enough!

    You are better off getting the heat pump for the pool, and let it help maintain the spa temp, and have a separate heater to crank the spa's heat up to the desired level. This may involve a little replumbing and a couple extra valves, but, IMHO, it's worth it to get the proper spa experience

    If you have questions about what I just wrote, please feel free to ask
    Luv& Luk
    -Ted

    Having done construction and service for 4 pool companies in 4 states starting in 1988, what I know about pools could fill a couple of books - what I don't know could fill a couple of libraries :-D

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