If you have followed the directions up to this point, you should be on your way to enjoying a warm pool or hot spa.
After the heat pump has been running for some time, you may see water leaking around the heater. This water is condensation produced as a by-product of transferring heat from the air to your pool or spa. If the humidity is high, water quantities of 6-8 gallons per hour are not uncommon. Conversely, a low humidity condition may result in no condensation being produced.
AquaCal® has been the leading swimming pool heat pump manufacturer since 1981, offering a full range of units to meet any heating need. AquaCal® can maintain anything from small above ground pools up to very large commercial facilities. The chillers, as well as the heat and cool units, can be used to create cold plunge pools for therapy as well. Whatever your pool heating/cooling needs, AquaCal® can help!