Quieter Operation with Amazing Heating Efficiency Aquatight InverterMAX Silent Heat Pump is powered by Full-inverter¬Æ Technology. It adopts variable speed compressor and fan motor which adjusts the compressor speed hertz by hertz and fan speed round by round. The low-speed running philosophy of Aquatight InverterMAX Silent can benefit the customers with higher COP and lower sound pressure.
NOTE: WHEN USING A HEAT PUMP IT IS VITALLY IMPORTANT THAT THEY ARE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH A POOL BLANKET.
In the below chart as an example, for the Silent 13, thepool volume is 30-55. This means the Silent 13 will be suitable in a 30,000 litre pool in a coolclimate or for a 55,000 litre pool in a warmer climate. It's vitally important that you select the correct size for your climate. Ifin doubt ask.
Quieter Operation AVERAGE sound pressure 46 dB(A) at 1 m When maintaining the desired pool temperature at 50% capacity, the AVERAGE sound pressure of an Aquatight InverterMAX Silent Heat Pump is 46dB(A) at 1m, compared with the sound pressure 56-60 dB(A) of an On/Off HP, it brings you 10 times quieter swimming environment.
Double Energy Saving AVERAGE COP 11 at 50% capacity, Max. COP 15
When maintaining the desired pool temperature at 50% capacity, the AVERAGE COP of an Aquatight InverterMAX Silent is 11, while the COP of an On/Off Heat Pump is around 5, so itdouble the energy saving.
What is R32? R32-ECO-LogoR32 is a next generation refrigerant that effectively carries heat and has a lower environmental impact. Refrigerant is a medium for conveying heat. Heat Pump transfers heat while circulating refrigerant between the heat exchanger and evaporator. Although there are various types of refrigerants, R32 is a new refrigerant currently receiving the most interest. Compared to the refrigerants widely used today such as R22 and R410A, R32 has a global warming potential (GWP) that is one-third lower and is remarkable for its low environmental impact.
Warranty 7 year warranty on the compressor and heat exchanger and a 2 year warranty on the remaining components.