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Raypak RHP 115 Pool Heat Pump

Posted by Jose A. Massachusetts  

Sorry I did not write earlier to let you know how well everything went from the truck depot call to the actual install. It's just too bad that not all business transactions run as smoothly as did this one. I admire your honesty and dedication.

Now for the Rheem / Raypak RHP 115. Installation is relatively straightforward especially after some drawings. The drawings proved to come in handy especially since I added a couple of valves that removes the heat pump from the water circuit altogether. I did this to ease servicing (if when it needs it), reduce the amount of chlorine going through the pump when I shock the pool and to reduce head pressure on the heat pump if when it need not run. One thing I must say, and which I hope you mention to your customers buying from you, is that flexible PVC can save a few headaches. It comes specially handy when you to put in your last piece of pipe and can quite make both ends meet. Also try to minimize sharp angles - the less drag the higher the flow.

I realize the Raypak RHP 115 was an overkill for my 24 foot aboveground. However, I figured it would work less to keep the temperature at 90-92. Yes, that's where we keep it in order to get my wife in the water. And yes the water out of that jet comes out quite hot when the two speed filter pump motor is running on the lower speed. definitely nor lukewarm like i thought it would be. We reel the solar cover on every late night and cut the circuit breaker off so that the heat pump doesn't have to overwork during the night's cooler air to keep the water's high temperature. We then turn on the heat pump at 8:00 every morning before leaving to work. we really never get to see the Rheem go on, but as my wife can tell you, the temperature is up there by the time she and the kids get home at 5:00.Again, thank you for your professionalism and "no pressure" style.

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