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Shop pool pump and filters online

Shop pool pumps and filters online with www.poolsolarheating.co.nz We offer a wide range and deal with all major pool brands. If we dont have your product online, we are able to source all brands.  Free delivery NZ wide on all pool equipment over $150  Fast service so you dont have to wait. SHOP HERE Email justin@poolsolarheating.co.nz or call 02102332600

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Astral Viron Halo Chlorinator - Pool Automation

 The Astral Viron Halo Chlorinator can use a range of salts ie Magna or magnesium minerals, sodium salts and Elements salts. This means you have the ability to decide on the salts you want to use.  Pool solar Monitor and control your pool solar system. See pool temperature, see roof temperature and control your desired set temperature  Adjust your ORP and PH levels from your app. Total sanitisation and visibility on your pool system.  Service menus and controls Install and manage your appliances Full pool automation, talk to your pool equipment using the Halo app Timers and controls Salt water conversion for swimming pools and learn more about pool automation. Learn how to keep your pool clean using a salt water chlorinator....

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Heat guard thermal blanket, R rating, Micron, thermal rating

There is lots of information out there about what makes a good thermal blanket.  The key to a good blanket, is the quality of how the blanket is made. i.e. If the blanket has less stitching, less parts, how the blanket seams are connected.  Quality makes a good thermal blanket.  The R value or retention rating is an indication of how much the material will retain heat. Almost all thermal blankets are the same or very, very similar.  Microns relates to the strength of the blanket i.e. 4mm heat guard is 4000 micron. A foam blanket is not as strong as a thermal blanket.  The way the blanket has been made, how easy is the blanket to use, how the seams have been connected,...

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How long is a season using a heat pump vs solar

  Average pool temp 28 degrees, using a 4mm heat guard thermal blanket   We often get asked how long can I swim using a heat pump or pool solar Heat pump season: Usually because customer are paying to heat their pool, using a heat pump. Customer typically run their heat pump. Cost to run is estimated $3500-$5000 depending on how you use your heater.  Some customers only run the heater weekends, so will pay less to heat their pool. Oct - April   Solar season: If we over size a solar system i.e. 200%, we can achieve the following at approx $400 per season, cost to run. Aug - May 

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