Solar collector Loop
- Compact design
- Greatest efficiency due to ingenious hemispherical design
- Increased heating performance through several connected elements
- Can be used with all kinds of above ground pools
- The solar collector is suitable for salt water
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Heat your above ground pool with solar power? 1, 2 or 3 °C water temperature? Solar collector Loop makes this possible - no problem. For optimum regulation of the water temperature, we recommend our Bypass Set (Art. No. 060045). With the help of the Bypass Set, the water flow rate can be reduced, thus increasing the dwell time of the water in the solar collector, which leads to faster heating of your pool water. The maximum water throughput of the Solar Collector Loop is 7.5 m³/h. We recommend keeping the water flow rate as low as possible within the specified technical data, this will ensure the most efficient use of your solar collector. The Solar Collector Loop is also suitable for salt water pools. For increased heating performance, several elements can be connected in series.
58 x 58 x 33 cm (L x W x H)
Connection Ø 32/38 mm
Flow rate max. 7.5 m³/h
Water content collector 5 l
Collector hose 24 x 38 mm
Preparation for INTEX special adapter
The solar collector is suitable for salt water
*Supplied without connecting hoses or mounting material
Bypass set is recommended (optional 060045)
*Swimming pool hose 100 cm (Art.no. 049915)
*Swimming pool hose 37 cm (Art.no. 049916)
*Hose clamps (Art.No. 040946)
**Reduction 38/32 mm (Art.No. 049917)
*Bypass Set (Art.No. 060045)
**If the collector is integrated into a water circuit with 32 mm hoses
FAQs from category Solar:
In general: For every 1 m difference in height (installation height top edge solar system / filter system) the pressure in the filter tank increases by 0.1 bar. This additional pressure not only reduces the performance of the filter pump, but can also damage the vessel in extreme cases. If you have a performance diagram for the filter pump (only for sand filter systems) check the effect of the additional pressure. The main question is not whether the vessel will burst, but whether there is still sufficient circulation with the existing filter system. For sand filter systems, we recommend a maximum height difference of 2 m. For cartridge filter systems, we recommend that you start with 1 piece of solar collector and slowly expand. Attention! A cartridge filter system does not have the same pump pressure as a sand filter system. In many cases, it already stops with one collector connected. These filter systems are not designed to pump upwards. Place the collector directly next to the filter system on the ground.
The solar mats must be connected after the filter system and then the filter system must be switched on.
The solar mats and solar collectors only function with solar radiation, the black containers/ mats are heated exclusively by solar radiation. The pool water must be pumped through the mats/collectors with the filter system, which is then heated there.
Check that all connections are correctly connected. Switch on the filter system. Use the maximum possible solar radiation and increase the running time of the filter pump. Cover the pool overnight to prevent heat loss.
In many solar systems, the diameter for the water flow is reduced and with it the entire circulation capacity of the existing filter system. To eliminate this potential problem in advance, we recommend using a bypass set. This not only regulates the heating output, but also specifically controls the water flow.