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Gulfstream HE125RA Pool Heat Pump - Pool Size: 33x17

Posted August 30, 2017   New Jersey

Asa, The heater is up and running and I performed 2 separate tests. The first test was with the solar cover on. The temperature increase from 83 degrees to 86 degrees in approximately 3 hours, maybe a few minutes longer. This test, I did not track any temperature, humidity, wind speed, etc. This was done at a starting time of 11 a.m. about 4 days before the second test. The second test, which was performed on August 25th, 2017 started at 8 a.m. in the morning, and ended exactly at 2:22 p.m. Ironically, I went outside to check on the temperature of the water and the heat pump shut off at one degree higher than set temperature. The heater never turned back on for the remainder of the day. Easy to follow as the unit is outside my office window at home.  Please note that this test was performed without a solar cover.  Below, you will find a detailed spreadsheet tracking temperature increase of water every 30 minutes. The other information was obtained from an internet search. The cost of electricity is based on rates in Monmouth County, New Jersey.


Updated 09/28/2017

The heater has also been used several times in the month of September. The water has always been maintained at 85 degrees. The filter shuts off around 7 p.m. In the morning, and without any solar cover during the evening, the starting temperature has been around 82 degrees. The pool water temperature was back up to 85 degrees within 4 hours. It appears that the higher the starting temperature, the water will heat up in a shorter time. Therefore, it is best to keep the heater on at all times. I can easily turn on pump/heater at 6 a.m., and by 12 p.m. have the pool back up to temperature. I am really happy with the unit and as the season ends in NJ, I will have to wait until 2018 before real testing and true cost of electricity can be determined.

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