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Exemple 1 de réalisation d'un chauffe piscine solaire

To heat the water of your swimming pool as fast as possible, you will have to build one or several of these solar panels following the step by step instructions included in the video.  Each panel will produce up to 3500 watts of energy, no matter the number of panels. By joining them together in parallel you can reach very high levels of heating capacity for your swimming pool.

Exemple 2 de réalisation d'un chauffe piscine solaire

The photo at left shows a pool of 27 feet in diameter equipped with 6 solar panels made by following the instructions included in our DVD. The system heat the pool water for an output of 6 x 3500 watts = 21 kW (71,658 BTU/h).

Exemple 3 de réalisation d'un chauffe piscine solaire

You can set up your solar panels in places such as your house roof, or shed, against a fence or simply on the ground, the main thing being that the panels are exposed to the sunrays at least for part of the day.

Exemple 4 de réalisation d'un chauffe piscine solaire

 

During winter, your solar panels can remain in place and await the return of hot season.  All you’ll have to do before winter is to remove the water inside the solar panels.  It’s that simple!

 

Exemple 5 de réalisation d'un chauffe piscine solaire

This picture shows 3 solar panels made by following the instruction on the DVDs that have been installed on the roof. The panels face south-east and produce up to 10,000 watts of energy.

Exemple 6 de réalisation d'un chauffe piscine solaire

In Ontario (Canada), 4 solar panels have been built following the instructions on the DVD.  They heat a pool 5 month per year since four years.

Exemple 7 de réalisation d'un chauffe piscine solaire

Here are four solar panels installed on the ground. They heat the water of a round 24 feet in diameter pool.  It as and output of 14 000 watts (48,000 btu). The pool is constantly 10 degrees warmer than that of neighbours.
 

The set was built by the owner following the instructions in the DVD.

Exemple 8 de réalisation d'un chauffe piscine solaire

This picture shows the two pipes connected to the panels. One pipe brings the cold water from the swimming pool to the panels and the other one brings back the water to heat the swimming pool.

Water circulation from and to the panels is secured using the swimming pool pump.

Exemple 9 de réalisation d'un chauffe piscine solaire

Each solar panel is supported by a wooden structure easy to build. This structure protects the panel and ensures its rigidity.

Number of solar panels to use:

Total panel surface should be at least 40% of your swimming pool surface. For instance, for a 21 foot diameter circular swimming pool (346 square feet), we suggest to build 4 panels (32 square feet each). Obviously, the more panels there are, the higher the heating capacityGenerally, 3 to 6 panels are sufficient for a pool.

Costs

The costs are limited to:

  • The purchase the material needed to build the solar panels (about $20.00 US per panel)

  • The purchase of pipes to link the solar panels together. This amount depends on the distance between the location of the panels and the swimming pool. (Generally not very expensive)

  • The purchase of some hardware such as the 3-way valve, ABS glue, collars, joints, screws, etc ...

As you can see the investment is small compared to the cost of such systems sold in stores. You will be saving by building your solar panels yourself following the detailed instructions included in the DVD. Do it now in order to fully enjoy your swimming pool.

You too should build your own solar panels. They don't cost much, they are extremely powerful, and most of all they are easy to build following our DVD !

 

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