Smart Defrost
The defrost cycle of a heat pump is its way of trying to operate efficiently during cooler months. A defrost control tells the reversing valve when to send hot refrigerant outdoors to thaw the outdoor coil during the winter.
During the defrost cycle, your auxiliary heat takes over, which reduces the heat pump’s overall efficiency by up to 10 percent. The two most common types of defrost controls are time-temperature and demand-defrost. Time-temperature defrost controls activate defrost at regular time intervals for set time periods, whether there is ice on the outdoor coil or not.
Wifi Control
Start / stop your heat pump
Check / set pool temperature
Timer setting
Check heat pump data
Running mode selection
Control and monitor Heat Pump: On/Off, Mode, Set Temp., Room Temp., Fan Speed, Vane Position
Inverter Technology
Heat Pump inverter technology is a highly-efficient heating and cooling solution that keeps your home warm in winter and cool in summer. When compared to a conventional furnace or air conditioning unit, there is no comparison with an inverter.
Heat pumps work by drawing heat energy from the air outside and use refrigerant to maintain a warmer temperature in winter. The cycle simply reverses in summer, expelling heat to keep the environment cool. The result is a significant decrease in energy loss during the refrigerant cycle.
During a normal refrigerant cycle, the refrigerant continuously travels between the compressor and the condenser, turning from liquid into gas based on temperature. Once the air inside the home or building reaches the specified temperature on the thermostat, the refrigerant cycle shuts down completely and only restarts when the inside temperature changes.
Every time the cycle restarts, the system expends energy to balance the pressure and bring the refrigerant up or down to the proper temperature before the process of heating or cooling can begin.
Units that have a variable-speed inverter or compressor have a refrigerant cycle that operates at various speeds which are determined by heating load or temperature. The inverter eliminates energy losses caused by repeated starts and stops by adjusting the refrigerant speed automatically.
Eco-friendly Refrigerant
The commonly used refrigerants in heat pump system contribute greatly to greenhouse gas emissions and ozone depletion, consequently putting our environment at stake.
At Pool World, we are committed to healthier lifestyles and to reducing our environmental footprint.
That's why our air conditioners have been increasingly adopting the more eco-friendly R32 refrigerant.
R32 refrigerant represents innovation in every way.
It is an excellent heat transfer medium which leads to greater energy efficiency and cost effectiveness. R32 refrigerant also has low global warming potential, hence it's friendlier to the environment.