Hayward Heatpro HP21254T Heat Pump for Swimming Pools
The perfect heat pump for non-stop comfort
Don't let cold water limit your fun in the swimming pool. Energy-efficient, high performance Hayward HeatPro heat pumps economically and quietly maintain your ideal water temperature. They allow you to start your swimming season earlier and end later, while consuming less energy than gas-powered heaters to reduce gas and electric costs by up to 80%.
HeatPro heat pumps feature titanium counter-flow heat exchangers for an uncompromising and unrivaled performance even under harsh conditions.
• Heavy duty, super quiet scroll compressors
Dual electronic thermostat
• Continuous pool temperature display
Buying and using a pool cover is strongly recommended
A pool loses heat from evaporative cooling. That's the cooling effect when water evaporates from the surface of the pool. It accounts for about 75% of a pool’s heat loss. And, a pool cover can reduce the heat lost from a pool by approximately 50%, and directly translates into a 50% reduction in your power consumption. That's a dramatic savings in your fuel bill.
In addition to lowering your energy bill, a pool cover will provide a valuable safety by preventing people from falling in accidentally, conserving chemicals, and reducing the load on filter systems by preventing debris from entering the pool.
Return Policy: At Hayward's option, defective product may be repaired on site or replaced with a new shipment. In case of freight damage, the buyer is responsible to file claim with the freight company.
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Installation Help and Recommendations
We recommend that you have a professional pool heater installer review the above recommendations. Need an installer? Get 4 FREE Pool Heater Installation Estimates Now. It's Quick and Easy!
Heatpumps only work in warmer temperatures! If the air temperature is too cold, the heat pump will not operate. The exact temperature varies at which the heat pump will cease operating. Weather conditions, the amount of sunlight shining on the heat pump, and the installation quality are the main factors. The shutdown will occur at approximately 50°F (10°C).