This powerful wood-fired heater is suitable for hot tubs and/or swimming pools from diameter of 8.2 ft (250 cm).
Normally the water circulates between the heater and the pool using the principal of thermosiphon (the movement created by rising hot water) and eliminates the need for a circulating pump or electricity. However, to assure a smooth flow of water it is required to install a low-speed electric pump between this heater and the pool. Recommended flow rate from 1500 – 2500 l/h (330 – 550 imperial gal/h) and the water pressure up to 0,4 bar. The heater is supplied with stainless steel chimney module, chimney consists of two parts and is 2m high.
The set of swimming pool heater includes:
- 80 kW upright swimming pool heater “Ignis-V80”
- 6.56 ft (2 meter) long chimney (stainless steel)
- Automatic air separator
Material: Aluminum, seawater resistant
Width: 655 mm / 25,8 inches
Height: 1160 mm / 45,7 inches
Depth: 750 mm / 29,5 inches
Weight: 72 kg / 158,7 lb
Chimney: 2000 mm (stainless steel)
Power: 80 kW
Diameter of connecting tubes: 2 x 38,1 mm (2 x 1,5 inches, internal thread)
Depth: 59 cm / 23,2 inches
Width: ca 31,5 cm / ca 12,4 inches
Height: ca 31,5 cm / ca 12,4 inches
Delivering time: ca 10-14 days
The stove is made of high quality marine aluminum. The thermal conductivity of aluminum is about 15 times better than the stoves made of stainless steel and therefore our stoves are up to 30% more effective.
The material is ca 0.12 inches (3 mm) thick, which is two times more than in case of regular furnaces made of stainless steel. And of course, aluminum furnace is 30% lighter. Aluminum furnaces have longer useful life than furnaces made of stainless steel. The aluminium heaters retain their shape for a long time. Heaters made from thin stainless steel may become crooked.
High-quality MIG welding ensures the perfect end result. We check and test impermeability of all welded seams.
Below you will find some reviews written by our customers:
It´s strictly forbidden to start the heating before the heater is not filled with water. Otherwise the heater will be damaged. The heater has also a small drainage tap under it and in winter time when the temperature is already -1 degree you should empty your heater, otherwise the water may freeze and this may cause irreparable damage. With our aluminum heaters we do not recommend to use the chlorine. Regarding other chemicals please make sure it is harmless to the marine aluminum.