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Jandy EE3000 Pool Heat Pump

Posted by Scott M.   Click Here for Photos
     

You folks are fantastic!!  I completed the heat pump installation; and two days later we're up to temperature - from 58 to 83 degrees. The Jandy EE-Ti 3000 is terrific, and my wife loves the water at 83-84 degrees, as do I.  With the price of propane hugging $3.00 a gallon; we were not getting a lot of use out of the pool.  With the heat pump easily capable of heating the water to the low 80's in November - we'll be using the pool a lot more often - year round.  The installation diagrams in the Jandy/Zodiac manual were clear and straightforward.  I was able to do all of the plumbing and a lot of the electrical work and brought in a certified electrician to check the work and make the final electrical hookups.  The new Jandy heat pump is plumbed in parallel with an existing propane heater (as diagramed in the Jandy manual) with a check valve in the heat pump outlet line prior to the propane heater inlet line.  I've installed shutoff valves and a bypass valve to facilitate water flowing through the system if I should ever have to remove the heat pump for maintenance.  

I've also installed a couple unions to enable complete removal of the heat pump water lines for easier access to the other pool system components.  One feature that helped sell the Jandy system was the "maintain temperature relay" on the heat pump to override the pool circulation pump schedule and start the pool circulation pump when the temp drops.  Working with the Jandy diagrams was a big help and once I got the wiring figured out for my TightWatt2 pool timer instead of the diagrammed Intermatic, the rest was easy and we were off and swimming!!  enclosed are a few photos of the installation.

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