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swimming pool. The range is designed to provide a single unit selection for virtually all domestic / small semi-commercial swimming pools.


The range includes intelligent, electronically controlled defrost that allows the units to operate reliably in air temperatures as low as 5 degrees.


This new defrost system, which is specifically designed for the UK climate, will minimise the time Pro-Pac units spend on defrost. This will provide Pro-Pac units with exceptional early and late season performance, which is when most demand is placed on the heat pump.


A new member to the Compac range is the Compac 12 which sits alongside the Compac 6 and 8. Extracting heat from the air, the heat pump uses 1kW of energy to generate approximately 4kW of energy. Unlike alternative methods, the Compac requires no fuel storage tank or high capacity electrical


supply and produces no smells, fumes or CO2 gases.


For commercial pools, the high capacity Delta 14 and 16 are available with over 40 different airflow and control panel configurations, allowing them to provide total flexibility for all shapes and sizes of plant rooms. Backward curved fans, designed to operate against high external resistances, are fitted as standard and the unit can be supplied with BMS for buildings with central control and it’s re-assuring to know that Calorex’s products all meet or exceed the current ERP directives criteria.


Every unit in the range is sized according to strict parameters of 15°C air and 70% humidity giving sizes of 6kW through to 15.7 kW in single phase with an average noise level of only 38 dBA (certified) across the range.


Exclusive in the UK to Lighthouse Pools, Zodiac heat pumps are already setting the European standard for performance, noise and quality.


CALOREX PRODUCTS DESIGNED FOR UK CLIMATE


The innovative Calorex Pro-Pac ‘X’ range has developed a range of four heat pumps specifically designed for heating outdoor swimming pools, or swimming pools that benefit from a semi-permanent enclosure to extend the usable period of a normal outdoor


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QUALITY WATERCO RANGE ASSEMBLED IN-HOUSE Falling outside of the ERP Directive, the Waterco range of heat pumps benefit from being assembled in-house at their plant in Canada. This ensures that the highest quality control measures are followed and only the best components used. That includes top brand scroll compressors for quietness and energy efficiency, corrosion resistant pure grade titanium heat exchangers for greater heat transfer and resistance to corrosion, weatherproof ABS cabinets, extra large evaporators for maximum performance and a self management digital display. Their ElectroHeat heat pumps are an energy efficient way to heat a pool and produce up to five times more heat energy that the electrical energy they consume. ElectroHeat Ultra heat pumps feature the latest technology, extracting latent heat from the surrounding air, intensifying it and transfering it to the swimming pool. They will heat a pool even when the ambient air temperature is below freezing point (0°C). They also feature an automatic hot gas


Calorex’s products all meet or exceed the current ERP directives criteria


de-icing function, so if any ice forms on the evaporator, the Electroheat Ultra’s pipe configuration is temporarily reconfigured via a reversing valve to allow hot gas to melt the ice, the Electroheat Ultra then reverts back to heating the pool.


The largest of the Electroheat range is the Electroheat Pro Semi-Commercial heat pump. This 96kW unit has been designed to offer maximum output and reliability in a commercial setting. SPN


FOR FURTHER DETAILS:


Calorex Heat Pumps 01621 856611 www.calorex.com


Fairlocks Pool Products 01865 988346 www.fairlocks.co.uk


HeatPumps4Pools 0844 880 6749 www.heatpumps4pools.com


Heatstar 01983 521465 www.heatstar.com


Lighthouse Pools 01752 283801 www.lighthousepools.co.uk


SCP 01293 546126 www.scpeurope.com


Waterco Europe 01795 521733 www.waterco.eu


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