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Heat Siphon DG5.0 Pool Heat Pump

Posted by Ed New York  

Just thought I'd let you know, I got the Heat Siphon SG5.0 digital you recommended below up and running.  It was very easy to start up compared to gas heater, just hook up the wires and the water, turn them all on and wait for the countdown.  None of that checking to see if the gas is actually flowing even though it is on, then bleeding, trying to start and waiting for any possible build up to dissipate, repeat until starts for a half hour or so, then calling the gas man for a service visit or to debug.  VERY nice to just turn it on and it works with the heat pump.  Also, I had been told that heat pumps were noisy and was concerned with it right next to the pool because the pump was already noisy and you could hear the old gas heater over that too, but not too loud.  HOWEVER, other than when the fan first kicks on you can barely hear the heat pump over the pool pump.  VERY NICE, can't believe it is quieter.  I'm still going to pursue the noise barrier that I thought I was going to need, but not just for the pump.  If you know what to listen for (low pitch under the high pitched pump, but only) you can tell whether the HP is running, which I like so I don't have to walk clear over there to check it out.  Also, I note that you can only just hear the low pitch  in the pool area, it appears that the lower frequency sound (large wave length) cannot bend around the house corners and must be too long a wave length to fit through the windows/doorways into the house, like the high frequency (short wave length) pump noise can.

Someone ought to put noise level in the technical data for the heat pumps data available.  Maybe a little more specific/scientific (numbers, dB, wavelength size compared to window size, like for people like me), than mine above, but mine has the advantage of being closer to normal English for non-engineers/scientists, and less like geek talk. :-)Thanks again for the advice!  We'll see how long it takes to heat, but the pool has to get cleaned first, as the filter is still getting clogged up and shutting down the heater.

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