*** Four Choices of sizes 320 sq ft, 480 sq ft, 640 sq ft, or 800 sq ft. Specify which size when calling ***
Suntrek collector Array Kit For Swimming Pools. Includes collectors, connectors, clamps, and an installation kit.
Here is how a Suntrek Heater works:
Sunshine is absorbed by the Suntrek Heater and converted into heat, lots of heat!
Pool water is circulated through the Suntrek heater as a routine part of the daily filtering.
The solar-generated heat is transported to the pool by the circulating water.
This is all "free" heat, as the Suntrek system is run entirely by the filter pump.
1. Check valve
2. 3 way solar valve
3. VR valve
160 sq. ft. Array (Four 40 sq ft collectors)
10 Hose Connectors
20 Solar Clamps
One Installation Kit (strapping) which consists of: solar valve, 2" check valve, v.r. valve, hose bib, 2 bushings, adhesive, repair kit, installation instructions, and video.
The new 72 barb manifold designed and manufactured by Suntrek is central to the performance of the Suntrek solar pool heating system.
28" long by 2" inch diameter.
Rifles the pool water to improve heat transfer.
72 barbs that connect to the Suntrek collector
Manifold is molded from polypropylene plastic
A simple hose and clamp system is used to connect manifolds to each other.
The Suntrek pool heater is designed with water channels positioned side-by-sided exposing 100% of the wetted surface area to the sun.
Maximizes the conversion of available solar energy into thermal energy for your pool.
Functions in overcast conditions.
Each collector is manufactured at the factory and is customized to each application.
Or Collector tubing can be cut with a razor blade knife to any length for on site customization.
The installation not only operates efficiently, but is attractive as well.
Use on above ground pools to Olympic size pools
Once you've assembled the kit, it has to be connected to the existing filtration system on your pool using locally available plumbing supplies like 2" Schedule 40 PVC pipes, Teflon tape, fittings, PVC glue, etc.
Note: The box in the diagram is a heater that the pool owner *may* have installed for additional heating during cold, non-sunny days.This box is not a part of the Suntrek system.