Hayward HeatPro 70,000 BTU Heat Pump

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Hayward Above-Ground Heat Pump Horizontal Discharge 50,000 BTU - Perfect for coastal environments at www.poolproductscanada.ca

Product Description

The HP50A1 & HP70A1 heat pumps from Hayward are the perfect addition to your swimming pool. They provide the perfect water temperature - even under the harshest conditions - allowing you to swim longer into the evening hours, earlier in the spring and later in the fall.

Hayward Item Code: HP70A1

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  • Titanium Heat Exchanger is highly durable and provides excellent resistance to corrosion.
  • Complete with a digital touch screen keypad allowing all operation parameters to be set and displayed on the control panel.
  • Comprised of an efficient rotary compressor and a low noise fan which guarantees its quiet operation.
  • Hot Gas Defrost Valve enables the unit to operate at low ambient temperature.
  • Horizontal Airflow Discharge.
  • 1.5" Plumbing Connections for ease of retrofitting any above-ground pad.

Product Warranty: 2-Year on Parts & Labour and 5-Year on Heat Exchanger.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Dan Arsenault
Exceeded my expectations! Very Pleased

The unit is larger than a gas or electric heater, and you need to have a few feet all around it to make it efficient. The footprint for the pad I laid down for it was 2'x4'.
We have an 18' diameter pool. It was filled with fresh water and was 23C when the pump was turned on. Overnight, it brought it up to 32C (90F) after running less than 12 hours. Granted, it was a warm evening.
The unit is extremely quiet and the fan turns quite slowly.
Since it has initially heat up, I haven't seen it running once. I'm sure it has, but it's obviously not running all the time.
We do use a decent solar blanket.
Running a 10GA wire was so much simpler than running a large gas pipe from the meter.
With a titanium exchanger and a Mitsubishi compressor, I don't expect a lot of problems.
I am very pleased and would recommend this to anyone who lives in a reasonably warm part of the world.
We live in Chatham, Ontario, which, for Canada, is very south.
The dealer was a joy to work with. Nobody else would go through the trouble of ordering this pump because it "wasn't something they normally carried".
The unit showed up on a wooden pallet and was able to be moved by two people.