A Geothermal Pool Heater Can Save Aquatic Parks Thousands Of Dollars In Annual Operating Costs
If you operate an aquatic park or public swimming pool, you should acquaint yourself with geothermal pool heating technology. Drawing on the latent heat below the surface of the Earth, a geothermal pool heater provides effective temperature control for far less energy — which could translate into major savings on your annual operation costs.
The key feature of a geothermal pool heater is that it uses the principle of heat transfer, not heat generation. In essence, these heaters pump warmth from one location to another, which requires far less energy than the actual generation and distribution of heat. Geothermal technology is also far more environmentally friendly than most comparable pool heating technologies. Operation costs are significantly lower than any other air-source pool heating technology on the market.
Geothermal pool heating systems draw on a nearby heat source, which could be a canal, well or lake, then deliver that heat to your pool or whirlpool through a pumping system that is built on a refrigerant compression cycle. The piping is fairly easy to install and wire, and it is insulated to provide quiet, seamless operation.
If you are interested in learning more about this powerful new pool heating technology, or if you would like a price quote, please contact us at Symbiont Service Corp. We are Florida’s geothermal energy specialists, and we’re happy to help both homeowners and business owners lower their energy costs and reduce their carbon footprints.
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