Pool Heating Systems
Combining Domestic Hot Water and Pool Heating
Combining DHW and pool heating in a solar thermal application has many benefits. In a properly sized system, solar energy generates the majority of the DHW, and once at maximum capacity, surplus energy can be used to extend the season of an outdoor pool by several weeks in the early and late summer months. Four to ten panels and 200 to 300 gallon tanks are typically used in this type of application.
Combining Domestic Hot Water, Space Heating and Pool Heating
Combining solar thermal DHW, space heating, and pool heating in one system is a combination that makes sense in many cases. DHW typically takes first priority, and once at capacity, space heating gets second priority. If no space heating is needed, the solar heat is diverted to the pool. If properly designed, this type of a system can provide the majority of DHW, result in significant fuel savings on the space heating side, and extend the seasons of an outdoor pool by several weeks in the early and late summer months. Best results are achieved in low temperature heating systems with radiant floors and panel radiators. Four to ten panels and 200 to 300 gallon tanks are typically used in this type of application
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