Question about Pool & Spa
All depends on the amount of water in the spa or pool, and the size of the heater in BTU's. The time for "Heat Rise" will vary and the answer you are looking for can't be provided with amount of info you provided. But if a general rule of thumb - the closest answer: Spa with a gas heater, 1 degree about every 90 - 120 seconds. Electric heater (vary's by KW) on average: cold to hot = 8-13 hours. Swimming pool with gas heater (no suggestion for electric) about 1 degree temp rise every 90 minutes.
Posted on Feb 06, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hello, It sounds like you may not be getting circulation thru the heater. Make sure the valves are open to allow water to pass thru the heating system. Some systems use a bypass on the heater so there is not a lot of wear on the coil system in the heater. If it is not circulating it will get too hot and the safety shut down will occure. If you are getting water circulating thru the heater, then the thermocouple or auto start igniter system is not working correctly. It is trying to start and can't then recycles. If the burners are igniting on the startup and then shutting back down you may have a bad control unit or thermal sensor unit. Since the unit is gas have a professional service it for you. Good Luck, RAC
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
If the unit is lighting then shutting off then repeating it isn't rectifying, means not sensing the flame. May have a bad flame sensor or ignition control. I'm guessing your AGS is indicated on the GUI also.
Posted on Mar 07, 2010
the water volume in a pool is huge, so heating them need big amount of energy:
fuels or electric, which is up to the kind of water heaters the pool owner use.
Secondly, the water temperature requirement is not high:less than 30 C degree
will be OK. In other words, the terminal temperature of heat pumps (if used for
pools) will not be too high. These two reasons bring the application of heat pumps for
In fact, you will say "what an ideal product designed for pools" when you know
the performance of this kind of products. The COP of swimming pool heat pumps
reaches 5, which means 1 electric can bring 5 heating energy. The number of
traditional water heaters (broilers or electric water heaters) will not be more
than 1. Nowadays, swimming pool heat pumps are popular in many Europe countries.
People install them for pools of their houses. Of coures, more and more pools in
gym are also heated by heat pumps. Even in aquaculture farms, heat pumps are
installed for fishes, for they need stable and warm water to grow quickly.
Posted on Aug 17, 2012
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