solar heater pools -JetSolar SS20 Swimming Pool Solar Heater

May 17, 2012 – 6:21 am

JetSolar SS20 ** Deminstration of evacuated tube solar pool heater in one day in the 40s. The unit is capable of producing heat at low temperature. This is a huge advatage over to collectors style rubber mat in spring and autumn when it is still hot. Stop swiiming in a cold pool and visit, solar swimming pool. Pool solar heat. Video Rating: 3 / 5

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  1. 5 Responses to “solar heater pools -JetSolar SS20 Swimming Pool Solar Heater”

  2. @AquathermSPH- No one wants to get in or out of a pool in 40 degree weather. The video was meant to demonstrate the capabilities of evacuated tubes to produce and retain heat when the ambient temperatures far below the pool temps. Pool owners have been desperate for a solar heater that can produce heat in the spring and the fall, when the day time temperatures are in the 60-70’s and the desired pool temps are in the 80’s, Right technology for customer with these types of applications.

    By Jetsolarpanel on May 17, 2012

  3. PBSOKO- The suggested flow rate is 1.5 GPM per collector, the temp rise is going to depend on the amount of radiation available. Full sun 5-6 degree temp rise.

    By Jetsolarpanel on May 17, 2012

  4. Okay, when is the flow rate test? Your pool is going to be pumping cold water through this panel; I need to know flow rate, temp input, and temp output and end…. let me know when you get that data and you’ll have my business.

    By pbsoko on May 17, 2012

  5. Who wants to get out of a pool in 40 degree weather?! Wrong technology for the application. As Solar Hall of Fame inductee Tom Lane once said, “you can freeze a banana to 200 degrees below zero and hammer in a nail, but isn’t it easier to buy a hammer?”

    By AquathermSPH on May 17, 2012

  6. Dan Rojas says you can get the same effect by putting black panels on the bottom of your pool if your pool gets direct sun.

    By dick117 on May 17, 2012

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