Échangeur de chaleur pour piscine

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Swimming pool exchanger

A heat exchanger, also called a heat exchanger, is a device for heating your in-ground swimming pool or above ground from your home's boiler (gas or oil). At Distripool, we have a range of high-performance tubular heat exchangers to heat your swimming pool water quickly and inexpensively.

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What is a heat exchanger for a swimming pool used for?

The heat exchanger is a heat exchanger system heating for in-ground or above-ground swimming pools. It is ideal if you have a gas or oil boiler in your home. In fact, the exchanger connects to your home's heating system and heats the water thanks to the circulation of hydraulic flows.

How exactly does it work?

In practice, The heat exchanger connects to your swimming pool filtration on one side and to your boiler on the other. Two hydraulic circuits will therefore circulate in the exchanger:

    A primary circuit where the hot water coming from the boiler circulates;
    A secondary circuit where the water circulates coming from the swimming pool pump.

Thus, the water from your swimming pool does not circulate in your domestic circuit. The two circuits circulate against the current. The primary circuit will provide heat to the secondary circuit and thus, it will heat the pool water.

Note: to install this heating system, the proximity of the technical room and the boiler is essential. Ideally, they should be located in the same room to optimize heat transfer.

How to choose a heat exchanger for swimming pool?

To choose the heat exchanger best suited to your swimming pool, you must pay particular attention to its power. It depends on the size of the pool. Therefore, it is recommended to choose:

    For a swimming pool less than 60 m3: an exchanger with a power of approximately 25 kW.
    For a swimming pool of less than 120 m3: an exchanger with a power of approximately 40 kW.
    For a swimming pool of less than 200 m3: an exchanger with a power of approximately 70 kW .

Attention: be aware that the power of the heat exchanger is given as a function of the temperature of the water entering the primary circuit, generally 90°C. This temperature varies depending on the capacities of your heating. Thus, if the water is below 90°C in the primary, the power delivered by the exchanger can be reduced.

Here are the recommendations with a primary circuit of 35/45°C| ||1173

•    Pour une piscine inférieure à 30 m3 : un échangeur d’une puissance de 25 kW environ.
    For a swimming pool less than 50 m3: an exchanger with a power of 40 kW approximately.
    For a swimming pool less than 80 m3: an exchanger with a power of approximately 70 kW.

Finally, look at the material of your exchanger tubes. Those made of titanium are preferred if you use electrolysis as a disinfectant or if you have a seawater swimming pool.

Do not hesitate to contact our team for more information on heat exchangers for swimming pool.