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Waterco Aquaflow XL Inverter Side Mount Heat Pump

The Waterco Aquaflow XL Inverter Side Mount Heat Pump has the flexibility to vary the speed of the fan motor and compressor to maintain a constant temperature allowing it to use less energy than conventional heat pumps.

The heat pump adjusts the output from 50% - 100% depending on heat demand and environmental factors, significantly reducing energy consumption.

Easy to install and highly efficient, the Ultra Inverter Heat Pump is available in 12kW and 17kW models.

Complete with a 10 year warranty on the titanium heat exchanger 3 years on compressor, 2 years on all other components and a 2 years labour warranty.



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The Waterco Aquaflow XL Inverter Side Mount Heat Pumps have side mounted fans and slim-line units for easy installations. The Aquaflow XL has both heat and cool functions. 

PRODUCT DETAILS

Model 12kW 17kW  
Phase 1 1
Weight (kg) 59 82
Type Breaker C16 C20
Air 15º/Water 26º: Heating Capacity (kW)
3.5 - 12.2 4.6 - 17.2
  Heating Input (kW)
0.46 - 2.36 0.61 - 3.62
  Nominal Current (A)
2.0 - 9.85 2.65 - 15.7
  COP
4.85 - 7.6 4.70 - 7.4
Power Supply (V/Ph) 230V/1Ph 230V/1Ph
Setting Temp Range (ºC) 15 - 40ºC 15 - 40ºC
Running Temp Range (ºC) -10 - 43ºC -10 - 43ºC
Water Heat Exchanger Titanium PVC Tank Titanium PVC Tank
Compressor Inverter Inverter
Compressor Quantity 1 1
Fan Quantity 1 1
Water Inlet/Outlet Dimensions 1.5"/50mm 1.5"/50mm
Hydraulic Connection (mm) PVC 50 PVC 50
Nominal Water Flow (m³/H) 6.5 6.5
Sound Pressure Level at 1m (dB(A)) 50 - 59 50 - 59
Sound Pressure Level at 10m (dB(A)) 32 - 42 32 - 42
Refrigerant R32 R32
Display LCD LCD
Mode Heating/Cooling
Dimensions (mm) D 370 x H 714 X W 1269 D 361 x H 717 x W 1269

HEAT PUMP SIZING GUIDE: 

  • Sizing charts based on 26ºC ambient air temperature 62% relative humidity, no water table, average pool depth 1.35 - 1.5m, minimum running time 10 hours per day. Insulated pool cover applied 20 hours per day, sheltered location.
  • Sizing charts are an approximate guide only, results may vary depending on the region, temperature and climate change.

 

SIZING CHART - MAY TO SEPTEMBER  

Pool Size Imperial 18' x 9' 20' x 10' 24' x 12' 28' x 14' 30' x 14' 32' x 16' 38' x 16' 40' x 20'
Pool Size Metric 5.5 x 2.7m 6.1 x 3.0m  7.3 x 3.7m 8.5 x 4.3m  9 x 4.3m 9.8 x 5m 11.5 x 5m  12.2 x 6m
Aquaflow XL Inverter Side Mount 12kW 12kW 17kW 17kW 17kW 17kW 17kW          -
Ultra Inverter Top Mount 17kW 17kW 17kW 17kW 17kW / 24kW 17kW / 24kW 17kW / 24kW 24kW

  

SIZING CHART - APRIL TO OCTOBER  

Pool Size Imperial 18' x 9' 20' x 10' 24' x 12' 28' x 14' 30' x 14' 32' x 16' 38' x 16' 40' x 20'
Pool Size Metric 5.5 x 2.7m 6.1 x 3.0m 7.3 x 3.7m 8.5 x 4.3m  9 x 4.3m 9.8 x 5m 11.5 x 5m  12.2 x 6m
Aquaflow XL Inverter Side Mount 12kW 12kW 17kW 17kW 17kW  -  -  -
Ultra Inverter Top Mount 17kW 17kW 17kW 17kW 24kW 24kW 24kW 24kW

  

Pool Water Temperature - The normal range would be between 25 - 27ºC for fairweather swimming, for temperatures in excess of this (28 - 30ºC) we recommend increasing to the next unit size.

Swimming Season - The season or time of the year in which the pool will be used. Most domestic pools operate between May to September. Extended season is April to October.

Daily Use - It is paramount all pools are covered with a heat retention cover when not in use. If left uncovered, far more energy would be used than the energy using a heat pump would save you.

Over Spec - Where possible, installing the largest affordable heat pump is recommended, e.g: if the pool requires 100kW of energy to maintain temperature at X (under ideal air temperatures). A 24kW heat pump when delivering max power input (5.88kW) will run for 4-16 hours to heat your pool (100/24kW). This means you would consume approximately 25kW of energy.

A 17kW heat pump with a power input of 3.62kW will run for 5.88 hours to heat the pool (100/17kW). This means you would consume around 21.28kW of energy. While the energy consumption is almost the same, the larger heat pump can heat up the pool nearly 30% faster ((24kW) 5.88 hours - (17kW) 4.16 hours - 29.25%). This means you can maximise your COP by heating during the warmest part of the day, rather than running the heat pump over a longer period when the air temperature is not at optimum levels. 

  

    

  • Smart
    Controls

    for temperature management and self-diagnosis

  • Inbuilt Safety Devices

    for water flow, refrigerant level and compressor startup delay

  • Powerful Heat Transfer

    through the coiled heat exchanger maximising water contact

  • Dual Coil Titanium

    Heat Exchanger is highly resistant to ozone, iodine, salt and chlorinated water

  • Scroll Compressor

    for improved efficiency and high performance

  • Weatherproof Cabinet

    for outdoor
    installation

  • R410A & R32 Refrigerant

    ozone friendly and maximises performance

  • Large Evaporator Area

    to extract more ambient heat

  • Warranty Residential Inverter Only

    10 years - titanium heat exchanger
    3 years - compressor
    2 years - all other components
    2 years - labour

Environmentally Friendly & Economical Swimming Pool Heat Pumps

The Waterco Aquaflow XL Inverter Side Mount Heat Pumps have side mounted fans and slim-line units for easy installations. The Aquaflow XL has both heat and cool functions. 

PRODUCT DETAILS

Model 12kW 17kW  
Phase 1 1
Weight (kg) 59 82
Type Breaker C16 C20
Air 15º/Water 26º: Heating Capacity (kW)
3.5 - 12.2 4.6 - 17.2
  Heating Input (kW)
0.46 - 2.36 0.61 - 3.62
  Nominal Current (A)
2.0 - 9.85 2.65 - 15.7
  COP
4.85 - 7.6 4.70 - 7.4
Power Supply (V/Ph) 230V/1Ph 230V/1Ph
Setting Temp Range (ºC) 15 - 40ºC 15 - 40ºC
Running Temp Range (ºC) -10 - 43ºC -10 - 43ºC
Water Heat Exchanger Titanium PVC Tank Titanium PVC Tank
Compressor Inverter Inverter
Compressor Quantity 1 1
Fan Quantity 1 1
Water Inlet/Outlet Dimensions 1.5"/50mm 1.5"/50mm
Hydraulic Connection (mm) PVC 50 PVC 50
Nominal Water Flow (m³/H) 6.5 6.5
Sound Pressure Level at 1m (dB(A)) 50 - 59 50 - 59
Sound Pressure Level at 10m (dB(A)) 32 - 42 32 - 42
Refrigerant R32 R32
Display LCD LCD
Mode Heating/Cooling
Dimensions (mm) D 370 x H 714 X W 1269 D 361 x H 717 x W 1269

HEAT PUMP SIZING GUIDE: 

  • Sizing charts based on 26ºC ambient air temperature 62% relative humidity, no water table, average pool depth 1.35 - 1.5m, minimum running time 10 hours per day. Insulated pool cover applied 20 hours per day, sheltered location.
  • Sizing charts are an approximate guide only, results may vary depending on the region, temperature and climate change.

 

SIZING CHART - MAY TO SEPTEMBER  

Pool Size Imperial 18' x 9' 20' x 10' 24' x 12' 28' x 14' 30' x 14' 32' x 16' 38' x 16' 40' x 20'
Pool Size Metric 5.5 x 2.7m 6.1 x 3.0m  7.3 x 3.7m 8.5 x 4.3m  9 x 4.3m 9.8 x 5m 11.5 x 5m  12.2 x 6m
Aquaflow XL Inverter Side Mount 12kW 12kW 17kW 17kW 17kW 17kW 17kW          -
Ultra Inverter Top Mount 17kW 17kW 17kW 17kW 17kW / 24kW 17kW / 24kW 17kW / 24kW 24kW

  

SIZING CHART - APRIL TO OCTOBER  

Pool Size Imperial 18' x 9' 20' x 10' 24' x 12' 28' x 14' 30' x 14' 32' x 16' 38' x 16' 40' x 20'
Pool Size Metric 5.5 x 2.7m 6.1 x 3.0m 7.3 x 3.7m 8.5 x 4.3m  9 x 4.3m 9.8 x 5m 11.5 x 5m  12.2 x 6m
Aquaflow XL Inverter Side Mount 12kW 12kW 17kW 17kW 17kW  -  -  -
Ultra Inverter Top Mount 17kW 17kW 17kW 17kW 24kW 24kW 24kW 24kW

  

Pool Water Temperature - The normal range would be between 25 - 27ºC for fairweather swimming, for temperatures in excess of this (28 - 30ºC) we recommend increasing to the next unit size.

Swimming Season - The season or time of the year in which the pool will be used. Most domestic pools operate between May to September. Extended season is April to October.

Daily Use - It is paramount all pools are covered with a heat retention cover when not in use. If left uncovered, far more energy would be used than the energy using a heat pump would save you.

Over Spec - Where possible, installing the largest affordable heat pump is recommended, e.g: if the pool requires 100kW of energy to maintain temperature at X (under ideal air temperatures). A 24kW heat pump when delivering max power input (5.88kW) will run for 4-16 hours to heat your pool (100/24kW). This means you would consume approximately 25kW of energy.

A 17kW heat pump with a power input of 3.62kW will run for 5.88 hours to heat the pool (100/17kW). This means you would consume around 21.28kW of energy. While the energy consumption is almost the same, the larger heat pump can heat up the pool nearly 30% faster ((24kW) 5.88 hours - (17kW) 4.16 hours - 29.25%). This means you can maximise your COP by heating during the warmest part of the day, rather than running the heat pump over a longer period when the air temperature is not at optimum levels. 

  

    

  • Smart
    Controls

    for temperature management and self-diagnosis

  • Inbuilt Safety Devices

    for water flow, refrigerant level and compressor startup delay

  • Powerful Heat Transfer

    through the coiled heat exchanger maximising water contact

  • Dual Coil Titanium

    Heat Exchanger is highly resistant to ozone, iodine, salt and chlorinated water

  • Scroll Compressor

    for improved efficiency and high performance

  • Weatherproof Cabinet

    for outdoor
    installation

  • R410A & R32 Refrigerant

    ozone friendly and maximises performance

  • Large Evaporator Area

    to extract more ambient heat

  • Warranty Residential Inverter Only

    10 years - titanium heat exchanger
    3 years - compressor
    2 years - all other components
    2 years - labour

Environmentally Friendly & Economical Swimming Pool Heat Pumps

 

What are the benefits of using an electric heat pump to heat my pool?

 

Overview

The Waterco Aquaflow XL Inverter Side Mount Heat Pumps have side mounted fans and slim-line units for easy installations. The Aquaflow XL has both heat and cool functions. 

PRODUCT DETAILS

Model 12kW 17kW  
Phase 1 1
Weight (kg) 59 82
Type Breaker C16 C20
Air 15º/Water 26º: Heating Capacity (kW)
3.5 - 12.2 4.6 - 17.2
  Heating Input (kW)
0.46 - 2.36 0.61 - 3.62
  Nominal Current (A)
2.0 - 9.85 2.65 - 15.7
  COP
4.85 - 7.6 4.70 - 7.4
Power Supply (V/Ph) 230V/1Ph 230V/1Ph
Setting Temp Range (ºC) 15 - 40ºC 15 - 40ºC
Running Temp Range (ºC) -10 - 43ºC -10 - 43ºC
Water Heat Exchanger Titanium PVC Tank Titanium PVC Tank
Compressor Inverter Inverter
Compressor Quantity 1 1
Fan Quantity 1 1
Water Inlet/Outlet Dimensions 1.5"/50mm 1.5"/50mm
Hydraulic Connection (mm) PVC 50 PVC 50
Nominal Water Flow (m³/H) 6.5 6.5
Sound Pressure Level at 1m (dB(A)) 50 - 59 50 - 59
Sound Pressure Level at 10m (dB(A)) 32 - 42 32 - 42
Refrigerant R32 R32
Display LCD LCD
Mode Heating/Cooling
Dimensions (mm) D 370 x H 714 X W 1269 D 361 x H 717 x W 1269

HEAT PUMP SIZING GUIDE: 

  • Sizing charts based on 26ºC ambient air temperature 62% relative humidity, no water table, average pool depth 1.35 - 1.5m, minimum running time 10 hours per day. Insulated pool cover applied 20 hours per day, sheltered location.
  • Sizing charts are an approximate guide only, results may vary depending on the region, temperature and climate change.

 

SIZING CHART - MAY TO SEPTEMBER  

Pool Size Imperial 18' x 9' 20' x 10' 24' x 12' 28' x 14' 30' x 14' 32' x 16' 38' x 16' 40' x 20'
Pool Size Metric 5.5 x 2.7m 6.1 x 3.0m  7.3 x 3.7m 8.5 x 4.3m  9 x 4.3m 9.8 x 5m 11.5 x 5m  12.2 x 6m
Aquaflow XL Inverter Side Mount 12kW 12kW 17kW 17kW 17kW 17kW 17kW          -
Ultra Inverter Top Mount 17kW 17kW 17kW 17kW 17kW / 24kW 17kW / 24kW 17kW / 24kW 24kW

  

SIZING CHART - APRIL TO OCTOBER  

Pool Size Imperial 18' x 9' 20' x 10' 24' x 12' 28' x 14' 30' x 14' 32' x 16' 38' x 16' 40' x 20'
Pool Size Metric 5.5 x 2.7m 6.1 x 3.0m 7.3 x 3.7m 8.5 x 4.3m  9 x 4.3m 9.8 x 5m 11.5 x 5m  12.2 x 6m
Aquaflow XL Inverter Side Mount 12kW 12kW 17kW 17kW 17kW  -  -  -
Ultra Inverter Top Mount 17kW 17kW 17kW 17kW 24kW 24kW 24kW 24kW

  

Pool Water Temperature - The normal range would be between 25 - 27ºC for fairweather swimming, for temperatures in excess of this (28 - 30ºC) we recommend increasing to the next unit size.

Swimming Season - The season or time of the year in which the pool will be used. Most domestic pools operate between May to September. Extended season is April to October.

Daily Use - It is paramount all pools are covered with a heat retention cover when not in use. If left uncovered, far more energy would be used than the energy using a heat pump would save you.

Over Spec - Where possible, installing the largest affordable heat pump is recommended, e.g: if the pool requires 100kW of energy to maintain temperature at X (under ideal air temperatures). A 24kW heat pump when delivering max power input (5.88kW) will run for 4-16 hours to heat your pool (100/24kW). This means you would consume approximately 25kW of energy.

A 17kW heat pump with a power input of 3.62kW will run for 5.88 hours to heat the pool (100/17kW). This means you would consume around 21.28kW of energy. While the energy consumption is almost the same, the larger heat pump can heat up the pool nearly 30% faster ((24kW) 5.88 hours - (17kW) 4.16 hours - 29.25%). This means you can maximise your COP by heating during the warmest part of the day, rather than running the heat pump over a longer period when the air temperature is not at optimum levels. 

  

    

  • Smart
    Controls

    for temperature management and self-diagnosis

  • Inbuilt Safety Devices

    for water flow, refrigerant level and compressor startup delay

  • Powerful Heat Transfer

    through the coiled heat exchanger maximising water contact

  • Dual Coil Titanium

    Heat Exchanger is highly resistant to ozone, iodine, salt and chlorinated water

  • Scroll Compressor

    for improved efficiency and high performance

  • Weatherproof Cabinet

    for outdoor
    installation

  • R410A & R32 Refrigerant

    ozone friendly and maximises performance

  • Large Evaporator Area

    to extract more ambient heat

  • Warranty Residential Inverter Only

    10 years - titanium heat exchanger
    3 years - compressor
    2 years - all other components
    2 years - labour

Environmentally Friendly & Economical Swimming Pool Heat Pumps

Why Use A Waterco Heat Pump Video

 

What are the benefits of using an electric heat pump to heat my pool?

 

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