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Solar Pool Heaters from Suntrek

Suntrek manufactures solar pool heating systems. The Suntrek pool heater has water channels with continuous turbulent flow as their feature. This specific design of the pool heater increases the conversion of solar energy to thermal energy. 

Solar Pool Heaters

The Suntrek pool heater contains a solar collector, water channels and manifolds. The collector of the solar pool heating system provided by Suntrek is made from EPDM elastomer that has a length and width of 200 inches and 6 inches respectively. The collector has a maximum of 18 water channels. Suntrek collectors are custom built and can be installed anywhere where there is direct sunlight.

The manifolds of the Suntrek pool heater are made from polypropylene and contain about 72 water channels. These polypropylene manifolds have length and diameter of 28 inches and 2 inches respectively. The Suntrek pool heater operates at a maximum temperature of 140 degree centigrade and a maximum pressure of 40 pound per square inch. This pool heater weighs a pound. The Suntrek pool heater can be operated with a solar valve. The solar valve can be switched on and off for operating the pool heating system. A Suntrek thermostatic control system can be installed along with the Suntrek pool heater. It helps to set the required pool temperature.

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