The Heatseeker VortexC commercial pool heat pump range is designed to cope with the demands of aquatic facilities, regardless of size and location. The VortexC inverter pool heat pumps are the most efficient way to heat a commercial pool with low operating costs.
The Heatseeker VortexC pool heat pumps are also available for large domestic swimming pools. Please speak to your Supreme Heating representative to find out more.
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The Heatseeker Vortex Switch and Vortex Link are ancillary products that assist in the primary operation of the heat pump.
A plug and play automation unit recommended for heat pump systems with independent circulation pumps. Can be fitted during the installation of the heat pump, meaning no additional hassle or explanation required for the electrician.
An all in one system for autonomous control of pool heat pumps in line with the filtration system. This unit permits the pool heat pump to run outside of filtration hours set by sanitation timers allowing for full automatic heat demand.
Our Vortex range offers solutions for heating and cooling, as well as automatic mode to suit all pool temperature requirements and weather conditions.
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The spiral titanium heat exchanger ensures maximum heat transfer and is more efficient than standard heat exchangers.
Variable speed compressor technology creates higher efficiencies by only drawing the power it needs based on the pool heating requirements.
The Heatseeker Vortex inverter pool heat pump range allows users to easily control their swimming pool heat pump remotely with the Full Inverter iOS & Android app.
Inverter technology allows you to vary or modulate the speed of the compressor – much like a variable-speed swimming pool pump. This maximises energy efficiency whilst keeping utility costs low, providing outstanding electrical savings and reducing your annual energy consumption.
COP (Co-Efficient of Performance) is a heating efficiency measure used to compare the performance of heat pumps. The higher the COP, the less energy required to produce a certain amount of heat. For example, a COP of 5.0 means that for every 1kW of electricity consumed, 5kW worth of heat energy is produced.