The swimming pool heat pump is the heating mode most often used to increase the temperature of the water in the swimming pool. The heat pump is a device that is easy to use but nevertheless quite technical, with terms that characterize it that we do not necessarily know. In this chapter, we will understand the different types of heat pumps that exist on the market and define the advantages and disadvantages of each heat pump.
There are two possible operating techniques for heat pumps. It can be On/Off or Inverter. But if we want to go into detail, what is an On/Off heat pump and an Inverter heat pump?
The 4-season heat pump is capable of heating water all year round. The reversible heat pump has a “cold” function and can therefore cool water that is too hot. So a reversible heat pump will be able to maintain a temperature both by heating and cooling the pool water. To find out more about these 2 technologies, what exactly is a 4-season or reversible pool heat pump?
When you refine the choice of your heat pump, you come to the confrontation between 2 types of technology: the classic heat pump versus the Inverter heat pump. In this article, you will discover the differences, advantages and disadvantages of each of its heat pumps.
Should you choose a horizontal or vertical heat pump? What are the qualities, advantages and specificities of each? Which one best suits your wishes and best suits the specifics of your installation?
There is a whole range of vocabulary and specific characteristics that it is better to understand in order to be able to make a pre-selection of your swimming pool heat pump. This table of characteristics of heat pumps for swimming pools can be a good tool to summarize the main lines of the different types of heat pump and help you to choose your heat pump more serenely and with complete peace of mind.
To better understand what a swimming pool heat pump is and help you choose the right one, you will find here:
- How does the pool heat pump work?
- How to choose your pool heat pump?
- Our advice on how to prepare for the arrival of the heat pump.
- How to install and use the heat pump?
- How to maintain the pool heat pump?
- And finally, are swimming pool heat pumps noisy?
Discover the comparative table of the characteristics of heat pumps for swimming pools.
The major difference between these 2 heat pumps is the positioning of the fan which is located on the front facade or on the top of the device.
In this article, you will discover the differences, advantages and disadvantages between a conventional technology heat pump and an inverter technology heat pump.
The 4-season heat pump is capable of heating water all year round. The reversible heat pump has a “cold” function and can therefore cool water that is too hot.
There are two possible operating techniques for heat pumps. It can be On/Off or Inverter.
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