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Thanks to their rugged design, which incorporates a strong steel casing, models, models are suitable for outdoor installations.

A unique fan

and highly efficient compressor design ensures extremely quiet operation.

The compressors are Japanese engineered and are widely accepted as the most reliable on the market.

In addition, all

HeatSeeker models also come with a titanium heat exchanger, a programmable digital control

which allows precise control of the pool temperature and which can be installed remotely to enable convenient fingertip operation plus a bypass kit, which contains all fittings required including pipe and glue. HeatSeeker heat pumps are self diagnostic, fully programmable and feature a reverse cycle defrost and all come with a two year warranty on all components.

New for this season, the larger vertical 17kW and 21kW models are also available with a soft start option which typically lowers the startup amps by at least 50%.


Gullberg & Jansson are proud to be the largest supplier of pool heat pumps in the Nordic countries and have approximately 400 resellers/distributors in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. They have to date sold 12,000 pool heat pumps across these regions and are now focusing on the UK market. Gullberg & Jansson are an engineering company with extensive experience in thermodynamics and energy-saving products and since the company’s inception in 2002, they have concentrated on providing energy and climate optimised products that reduce energy consumption and contribute to greener energy use in society.

Their pool heat pumps are characterised throughout by high robustness in terms of materials and component selection as well as having an appealing design.

The company has designed and developed in-house their pool heat pumps in close cooperation with selected manufacturers from Asia and Europe that produce large volumes under strict quality controls. This process ensures peace of mind for customers and means the company can guarantee that their products deliver what they promise, and constitute a very good investment. In addition to offering a high level of service and expertise, the company also has one of the most extensive ranges of pool

78 April 2015 SPN The vertical V-series from

Gullberg & Jansson is the best selling pool heat pump in the Nordic countries and has a stylish

design with proven high efficiency

heat pumps on the market, with outputs from 3.5 to 110kW. Within their range, the vertical V-series is the best selling

pool heat pump in the Nordic countries and has a stylish design with proven high efficiency and a stainless steel cabinet. The vertical

air outlet means flexible

installation and reduced noise levels, which is also assisted by the dual compressor insulation. The S-series is a pool heat pump

specially developed for indoor pools with a unique split system which means that no water circulates outdoors, eliminating the risk of freezing during the winter. Both the indoor and outdoor units consist of a stainless steel cabinet with a horizontal air blower.

technology which allows water to be heated to the temperature owners want,

The Zodiac ZS500 benefits from a completely new ventilation system, allowing it to operate very quietly (34dB)

ZODIAC’S NEW ZS500 – A SILENT OPERATOR Available from Lighthouse Pools, Zodiac’s new ZS500 heat pump made its debut at the SPATEX trade show in February and those that saw it were impressed by it’s ultra quiet operation. This was perfected through a collaboration with a reference acoustic laboratory which means the ZS500 benefits from a completely new ventilation system, allowing it to operate very quietly (34dB). The ZS500 also features patented Heatselect®

when they want it, depending on the time available. The system offers users a choice of three operating modes. EcoSilence mode is ideal for maintaining temperature during the season and adjusts the power of the compressor based on the difference with the desired temperature. The pump runs between 50-70% of capacity and guarantees owners the lowest energy consumption and lowest noise level. Smart mode intelligently and automatically selects the optimum operating power between 50% and 100% of its capacity to find the best compromise between increase rate, energy savings and quiet operation whilst Boost mode is the most efficient way to get a rapid temperature increase, particularly useful at the start of the season. Boost mode uses 100% of the pump’s capacity at a noise level of no more than 67dB.

Unlike conventional heat pumps that require clear space for installation, the ZS500 has a vertical blower system, allowing it to be concealed behind a wall or trees, without affecting its performance. The heat exchanger also features a 20% larger surface area than other heat pumps on the market, meaning improved performance and a user friendly and intuitive display rounds of the impressive package.


Bosta UK Ltd 01284 716580

Certikin International H&V 01993 778855

Fairlocks Pool Products 01865 988346

Gullberg & Jansson +46 708 25 39 90

Heatstar 01983 521 465

Lighthouse Pools 01752 253525

Paramount Pool Products 01256 748380

Plastica 01424 857802

SCP UK 01268 273 040

Waterco Europe Ltd 01795 521733

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