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Heat Siphon Pool Heat Pump

Posted by Harold I. Click Here to see Photos  

Well of course, you were right.  The Estes delivery man helped me place the carton next to my pre-positioned pad, and every thing else went flawlessly.  Plenty of flow, apparently, because the heat pump started as soon as I turned on the pool pump.  In less than an hour, the water temperature was up almost four degrees!  At that point, I adjusted the thermostat, and I think 83 degrees is where I'm going to leave it.

Here are four pictures of the completed installation.  The first, taken looking north along the edge of the deck, shows how close the Heat Siphon is to my Endless Pool (1616a).  Photo 1621a is looking east towards the deck..  Photo 1612a is of the control end of the heat pump. I figured if I went ahead an wrapped the pipes now, it would be one less thing to remember later.  Finally, 1648a is taken from the deck, with the heat pump visible through the deck railing.

Here also is one view of the modification to the original water quality system (1603a).  The lower pipe at the top of the photo, is heading towards the supply side of the heat pump.  The valve at the top right that doesn't connect to anything is now connected to the Heat Siphon return.   I'm using three valves, just in case the weather gets so bad I have to drain the unit, that I can go back to the little electric heater.    Sure hope I don't have to do so, though!

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