Building a pool and maintaining it requires valuable funds, that is why we are eager to fully enjoy what it can offer, to take advantage of the lifestyle upgrade we were aiming for. But we soon find out that except during June to August when summer is in full blast pool water is uncomfortably cold and we rarely use it.
The sun is by far the most important source of energy for life on Earth; its effect has been recognized and appreciated since prehistoric times. Sunlight is essential to all beings survival and with it, it contributes light and heat which is called solar energy. This energy can be harnessed and used to heat water, specifically pool water, without the burden of incurring extra energy costs.
Installing eco-Spark solar pool heating panels will enable us to comfortably swim longer than the 3 to 4 months our local weather usually allows for. eco-Spark is a semi-glazed solar pool heating collector that was developed especially for private pools located in windy regions and cool climates or rooftops with limited space. With high efficiency and aesthetic appearance eco-Spark is the optimal solution to double your swim season and fully enjoy the lifestyle you always dreamed of.
- Multiwall Encapsulation Glazing Produces a greenhouse effect around each individual tube. Significantly improves the thermal efficiency of the panel.
- Patented Sealing Panel mechanism that prevents water and dust ingress into the glazing.
- Over-Molded Header a unique manufacturing method that produces a seamless, single polymer panel that will not fail nor leak.
- Binders strengthen the collector while allowing firm connections to metal/wooden rack in order to absorb lift forces caused by strong winds.
- Specially designed Mounting kit for a simple and fast assembly with extreme strength against strong winds.
- Reinforced Polyamide clamps & fittings for fast and reliable connection between panels and pipes.
*the client will be advised by the distributor about the best collector that
suit him according to his terrain conditions
*Dimensions may vary with temperature changes