Solar heating is the most economical option to heat both, indoor and outdoor pools. It´s very practical as far as outdoor pools is concerned, since increasing the water temperature by just a few degrees, significantly lengthens the time that it can be used. Installing solar panels to heat the pool is a simple, economical and ecological way to do it. The benefit that it provides and the better comfort, do not come at the expense of increasing the energy consumption nor the emissions of greenhouse effect gases.
Solar panels allow to heat the pool in a simple, economical and ecological way. Thus, the bathing season can be extended and the comfort improved without increasing the consumption of energy nor harming the environment.
Solar pool heating allow to heat the pool in a simple, economical and ecological way. Thus, the bathing season can be extended and the comfort improved without increasing the consumption of energy nor harming the environment.
An outdoors pool is an expensive installation we can enjoy only during some weeks during the whole year. You will now be able to enjoy your pool during a much longer period of time thanks to renewable energies.
There are two main ways of heating a pool: solar energy or biomass boiler.
Solar energy offers different options as wel:
Easiest and cheapest way of outdoors pool heeating in plastic solar panels. Pool water is driven directly into the solar pnales, that are black for a bigger absorbtion. As we already know, black plastic gets warm very fast, and it provides that heat to the swimming pool water. It is not necesary to have more devices than solar panels. Water moves with the pump of the pool.
There are also other complexer options, such as flat collectors or vacuum tubes, that are plates usually applied for solar hot water or solar heating systems.
Biomass boilers are regarded as renewable energy. If you have such a boiler at home, you can use it to heat your outdoors pool. Biomass boilers can be fed with pellets, firewood or any other solid biomass fuel, usually waste matter: almonds shells, olive pits, forestal waste and so on.