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Heat Siphon SX3.25 Pool Heat Pump

Posted by Richard Ohio  

I ordered my heat pump(sx3.25) on Thursday after 3:00 pm and the trucking company called Friday morning to tell me it would be here Monday morning. That's the quickest processing time I have ever herd of.I was checking the Heat siphon web sight and they claim I will need at least 25 lbs pressure to operate this system. I have a new 3/4 pump and it runs 11-21 and calls for back wash at 21. what would be your suggestions to raise this to 25 lbs of pressure. I really didn't think I would have to buy a new pump also.  Thanks for the great processing time.

Dear Richard,

Thank you for writing back to me and the kind words about my shipping time. We try not to fool around. That heater came all the way from Pennsylvania and I have no idea how they did it so fast. We love to see that though.  I hope that you and your family are well and had a great New Year. You need 25 gallons per minute not pressure. I would rather see 50 GPM.  Unless you have too many fittings or a restriction a 3/4 HP pump will work well. The worst that could happen is that you need to get a 1 HP or 1.5 HP but that doesn't happen very often. If the flow is not enough the heat pump won't turn on. You should be OK. Keep your filter clean. I am here if you need me.


Thanks for pointing out that was GPM and not pressure. It takes a big load of my mind as I was looking at specs on my pump and it sounded low.

Thanks again I can see why you have so many satisfied clients.

Thanks again, Richard

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