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|There’s nothing simpler than installing the Poolsolar system. It can be assembled by any DIY enthusiast. The self-assembly Poolsolar matting is supplied in either a 4 or 5m kit box and contains all the necessary components for you to install a solar collector. In addition you will need pool plumbing and, for roof installations, adhesive and support angles.|
|All in one box||Contents of box|
|Easy to handle and
apply to roof
|Laid out for fitting
solar matting together
|You can use a
roller to assist
|Fits around existing
Purchase custom made roof support angles and adhere to rooftiles using roof fixing paste
Remove a selection of roof tiles to obtain a fixing onto the wood battons that support the roof tiles
You will require - Drill, Extruder Gun (for adhesive tubes),
Mini Wallpaper Roller, Screw Drivers, Hacksaw and
ABS/PVC Glue, 1.5” Pool Plumbing (not domestic waste
pipe), PTFE Tape, Roof Fixing Paste, White Spirit,
Vacuum Breaker Air Release Valve, Rigid Plastic Angle
for support on pitched roof installations.
|Go Fully Automated! Have full control over your heating requirements. Investing in a Solar Control System will automatically turn the Poolsolar on and off depending on the weather conditions using an automatic 3-way valve.
The 3-way valve simply relaces the existing valve that you need to control the Poolsolar. When the sun is shining the valve will direct the water flow to the solar collector. When the temperature drops i.e. at night, the valve will direct the water flow back to the pool, bypassing the solar collector. Furthermore, it will stop the heating process when the desired temperature is reached.
Just as important, the valve will also prevent heated pool water from going to the collector when there is no sun i.e. cloudy/night conditions, thus preventing any heat loss.
for only £450.00+VAT
|In most situations your current filtration systemhas adequate pressure to supply water to thesolar collector, normally up to 8m high. Yourwater flow pressure is very dependable on thepower of the filtration pump, plumbingconfiguration etc.
If you are unsure about the necessity for abooster pump, try using your existing filtrationfirst!
In the event that there is not enough waterpressure you will need to invest in a boosterpump and sun sensor (optional). The boosterpump will require a water supply utilising theMain Drain suction line.
|If a Booster Pump is to beinstalled on your solar system it is worth investing in a sunsensor that will enable you togain the optimum heat energyavailable from the sun.
A sun sensor is an electronicthermostat that will operate theBooster Pump when solar heatis available. In the event thatthere is no solar heat e.g. afterdusk the control sensor will turnoff the Booster Pump.