Solar pool heating
Pool water is pumped to the solar collectors, entering at the bottom and rising to the top through the individual tubes of the collector. As the water flows through the individual tubes of the collector it is heated by the sun's radiant energy. The water then returns to the pool. This cycle is repeated until the pool is sufficiently warmed by the sun. This process is fully automated using a temperature differential controller and thermostats.
Solmate recommend that a separate pump is used for the solar pool heating system. In this way, there is no conflict between the activities of heating and filtering and less strain is placed on the pump to achieve both aims.
When combined with a pool cover high temperatures are maintained even longer, protecting the pool from the effect of wind and cooler night time temperatures.
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