Indoor pools have more complex design requirements than outdoor pools due to the need to also control humidity and to heat the pool room air.
We offer a full design service for domestic and commercial indoor swimming pools.
As part of our design service for indoor pools, we will discuss with you the planned use of the pool and will design a solution for you to provide:-
There are two main options for indoor pools:-
The choice of these is often dictated by the amount of glass present in the pool hall.
Ideally the amount of glass should be kept to a minimum, but if a lot of external glass is present, then to avoid condensation, a ducted solution should be used to allow warm dehumidified air to be blown over the glass surfaces.
If the amount of glass is small, then a separate wall mounted dehumidifier and heat pump for the pool water can be used.
For our indoor pool design service, we charge £50 (Inc VAT). This is then refundable against any equipment that is purchased from us.
"All in one" solutions for indoor pools can provide pool water heating, dehumidification, fresh air introduction and air heating from one unit. They achieve high energy efficiency by recovering heat during the dehumidification process and can return this heat to the pool water or to heat the air in the pool room.
The all-in-one solutions can use ducting to transfer the warm dehumidified air over any glass surfaces in the pool room.
They can also be supplied as a simple "suck-blow" type unit where the unit sits in the plant room and a grille through the wall to the pool room sucks in air, warms and dehumidifies it and blows it back into the pool hall via another grille. This is typically the Heatstar Orion or the Calorex Variheat units.
The all-in-one solutions need a heat source to power them. This can be a gas/oil boiler or we can design and supply them to use an air source heat pump as the heat source. Using a heat pump can give a lower running cost than using a boiler.
We sell a range of all in one solutions from Calorex, Heatstar and Recotherm
These solutions are designed specifically for each pool hall, so please contact us for a proposal to suit your particular requirements.
|Heatstar Gemini||Calorex Variheat System||Heatstar Orion||Heatstar Andromeda||Heatstar Phoenix|
|Calorex Delta||Calorex HRD|
If a ducted or all-in-one type unit is not required, then separate units can be supplied for the pool water heating, air heating and dehumidification.
We can supply a heat pump for the pool water that can operate all-year round at low temperatures
We sell a range of dehumidifiers both floor or wall-mounted models. These have the option to also heat the pool room air using either a hot water supply from a boiler (LPHW), or using a built in electric heating element.
We have specific heat pumps that are suited to indoor pools, for example the Duratech Dura+ and Calorex extended season heat pumps.
|Duratech Dura+ Heat Pumps||Calorex Extended Season Heat Pumps|
We sell a wide range of dehumidifiers from Calorex and Heatstar
|Calorex Vaporex Dehumidifiers||Calorex Monitair Dehumidifiers|
As well as the larger Calorex Variheat and Heastar Andromeda all in one units, we also have the smaller Calorex AA300 and AA500 units.
The AA300 and AA500 are cheaper than the larger all in one units and can provide dehumidification, air heating and pool water heating.
For an indoor pool, it is also important to introduce fresh air to the pool hall to reduce the chance of mould growth.
We sell a specially designed fresh air unit called the Indux E300.
This is an "intelligent" extract fan that extracts air from the pool hall to the outside, but as it does so, it warms the fresh air coming into the pool hall to provide heat transfer and energy efficiency.
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We offer a full ducting design and installation service which is available throughout the UK
The photos below show examples of work completed by HeatPumps4Pools
Please contact us for a quotation.
In order to design a solution for your indoor pool, we take into account the following:-
You may find the following guide useful which outlines best practice when building an indoor pool hall
Please Contact us to discuss a solution for your indoor pool to suit your budget.