WaveHeater (Electric pool heater) for above ground pools

The WAVEHEATER for above ground pools is a 5500 watt pass-through water heater, for use with above ground swimming pools under 8000 gallons. Because of the plastic design, the unit is able to lie in wet areas next to the pool and operate safely without the corrosion and current leakage issues of metal units. It is manufactured to be installed inline between the existing pool pump and pool inlet. The WAVEHEATER requires a 240 vac, 30 amp power source as well as a 30 amp gfci load center. Power from the gfci load center to the WAVEHEATER must either be in 3/4 liquid tight conduit. The WAVEHEATER uses a pressure switch to protect the unit if flow stops. The WAVEHEATER also incorporates a high temperature air vent to purge any unwanted entry of air from the system. 4000 to 8000 gallon pools heat slowly and require insulated covering for best results. Successful heating directly corresponds to pool cover insulation and outside temperature. Safe plastic design allows unit to be installed between filter pump and pool. Pressure switch an high temp air vent keep unit safe in case of accidental loss of flow. WaveHeater provides 18770 BTU’S per hour of heating power. 20 x 12 x 8 inches ; 8.6 pounds. The item “WaveHeater (Electric pool heater) for above ground pools” is in sale since Tuesday, September 08, 2015. This item is in the category “Home & Garden\Yard, Garden & Outdoor Living\Pools & Spas\Pool Parts & Maintenance\Pool Heaters & Solar Panels”. The seller is “easyshopper7″ and is located in Edinboro, Pennsylvania. This item can be shipped to United States.

  • Brand: PMPH
  • MPN: PMPH1001
  • Model: AGPH5500W
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
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