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FIRST - What is your POOL SURFACE AREA?

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POOL AREA FORMULAESizing Depends on Your Pools Surface Area & Heat Loss.

Determining pool heat loss is quite complex, but some simple assumptions apply to both the higher latitudes and the warm tropics:

  1. Most people swim when the daily average air temperature is over 70°F (21°C).
  2. Most pool owners do not use a solar cover except in the coldest months.
  3. Most pools are kept about 10°F (5°C) above the average air temperature.
  4. Since pools lose about 75% of there heat due to evaporation of the water, a pool heater should be sized based on the pool surface area.

If these assumptions don't not apply to your pool we'll be happy to FAX, mail or email you a FREE COMPUTER PRINTOUT OF OUR HEAT SIPHONALYSIS ALSO KNOWN AS THE HEAT SIPHON SIZING REPORT to pick the right Heat Siphon for your pool. OR JUST CALL US TOLL FREE : 888-537-8443

IF THE ABOVE ASSUMPTION APPLY TO YOUR POOL we recommend the following SIZES based on your surface area:

  • 200HP Heat Siphon is limited above ground and small in ground pools from 200 sq ft (20 M sq) to 275 sq ft t (25 M sq) covered.
  • 375HP Heat Siphon will heat pools from 350 sq ft (30 M sq) to 650 sq ft (50 M sq) in surface area even with little or no solar cover use.
  • 575HP Heat Siphon for larger pools between 650 sq ft (60 M sq) tp 800 sq ft (75 M sq) and will need a cover in the coldest month and in very windy locations.
  • 700HP Heat Siphon for larger pools between 800 sq ft (75 M sq) and 1000 sq ft (93 M sq) and will need a cover in the coldest month and in very windy locations.

HEAT SIPHON FAST FACTS - Our FREE 4 PAGE HeatSiphonalysis POOL HEATING COST & SIZING REPORT developed and refined over the last thirty years uses sophisticated heat transfer and thermodynamic modeling techniques and it has proven to be accurate to within 10 to 15% when predicting actual pool heat loss, confirmed by actual pool heating fuel cost records.