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Heating Intex

Make the pool water as warm as you like
With a heated pool, you don't have to shiver when you enter the water. Do you like your water very warm? Then you heat the pool very high, rather no so hot? Then you can let the temperature drop to the one you want. 

Choose a heating system tailored to your pool 
When you choose a pool heater, you will always be told what type of pool it's intended for (built-in or above ground pool).
Also the amount of cubic water that the heating is best suited for. it makes no sense to buy a heat pump of a lower wattage because it's cheaper, on the contrary! If the heat pump has to provide too much energy and does not have a margin, it will consume a lot and may still not reach the desired temperature. 


Heating with electricity
To heat an Intex pool, you can use an electric Intex heat pump. The electric heat pump is cheap and easy to install next to the filter pump. The electric pool heater is suitable for heating pools up to a diameter of 457 cm. For a larger diameter, there are other connections. 


Heating with the sun
To heat your pool for FREE, you can use solare energy. To use solar energy, you can opt for the Intex solar panel/mat or the Sunny Solar collector. Both means, partly tue to their black colour, are easily warmed up by the sun. The solar panels or the solar collectors are heated by the sun, the pool water flows through the Intex mat or Sunny Solar and the water is heated. The mats or the collector are best placed at ground level and both are easy to connect. 
To find out how much extra heat the Intex heating mat and the solar collector provide, click on the products. 

Heating with electricity and outside air
To heat with the sun, there must be sun. Heating a large pool with electricity alone can be expensive. To make use of nature and electricity, you can choose a heat pump. With a heat pump, you heat the pool in an environmentally friendly and very energy efficient way. A heat pump works like a refrigerator in your kitchen, but in reverse. A refrigerator deals with heat, cold and temperature in a very clever way. This is wat heat pumps do as well, because a heat pump extracts 80% of the heat from the air and 20% from electricity.