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Heat Siphon SX5.0 Pool Heat Pump

Posted by Bill   Click Here for Photos

Thanks for all the help I received from you and Mr. Miller in my purchase of a Heat Siphon SX5.0 heat pump.  The quality of your service was exceptional.  Also, I could not be more pleased with the performance of the unit.  I received it in November, hooked up the piping then, but I did not get around to doing the electrical hook-up until last weekend.  Nothing was very difficult, and my electrical work needed only a minor adjustment to pass inspection - not too bad for an accountant.  All materials, piping and electrical, were under $300.  I turned the unit on at 4 PM Saturday with pool water at 68 degrees and no cover.  Sunday morning the water was 76 degrees.  Monday morning it was 88 degrees.  I thought I'd see if it would go to 100 just for the heck of it, but when my wife thoughtfully suggested this might not be good for the pool plaster, I shut it down at noon on Tuesday pushing 96 degrees.  I have no doubt it would have gone to 100.  It's amazing, and I love it.  This is a new toy I'm really going to enjoy.

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Based on the numbers other companies advertise on their web sites, it appears 6.0 kilowatts is about correct for this size heater.  I have been keeping the pool at 90 degrees! - what my daughter and grand children like.  With a cover that I did decide to buy last weekend, I only have to run the heater for three to four hours a day in this weather, overcast days in the high sixties to low eighties and nights mid forties to mid sixties.  I run the pool pump from 11 am to 7 pm.  The heater runs from 11 am until 2 or 3 pm and doesn't come on again until the next day.  Maybe $3 to $4 a day at 12 cents/kilowatt plus taxes?  We'll see when I get the electric bill.  When the sun comes out to stay and the air begins to hang around 80 more consistently, I'll start backing off on the temperature. I don't think the heater will be running much at all.   Of course, by May it will be off until late September.  I couldn't be more pleased and impressed.

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