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HAYWARD 250,000 BTU FDN Forced Draft Natural Gas Heater with Electronic Ignition
Regular Price: 2599.99
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Raypak 266,000 BTU Digital Natural Gas Heater, Electronic Ignition – P-R266A-EN
Regular Price: 2699.99
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Raypak 106,000 BTU Natural Gas Above-Ground Pool/Spa Heater with Electronic Ignition - P106-EN
Regular Price: 1449.99
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GAME SolarPro XD3 Solar Dome Heater for Above-Ground Pools with Bypass Kit 4514-BB
Regular Price: 249.99
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Enersol 1' x 8'/1' x 10' Solar Pool Heater
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Hayward Summit In-Ground Heat Pump - SUM5TAC
Regular Price: 4899.99
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Natural Gas Heaters

Heater Name
Heater
Model
H100 Natural Gas Heater, Electronic Ignition
H100ID1
Raypak 106 Above-Ground Pool/Spa Heater, Natural Gas with Electronic Ignition
P106-EN
H150 Natural Gas Heater, Standing Pilot
H1501
H150FDN Forced Draft, Natural Gas with Electronic Ignition
H150FDN
Raypak 156 Above-Ground Pool/Spa Heater, Natural Gas with Electronic Ignition
P156-EN
H200FDN Forced Draft, Natural Gas with Electronic Ignition
H200FDN
Raypak 206 Digital Natural Gas Heater, Electronic Ignition
P-R206A-EN
H250 Natural Gas Heater, Standing Pilot
H2501
H250FDN Forced Draft, Natural Gas with Electronic Ignition
H250FDN
Raypak 266 Digital Natural Gas Heater, Electronic Ignition
P-R266A-EN
H300FDN Forced Draft, Natural Gas with Electronic Ignition
H300FDN
Raypak 336 Digital Natural Gas Heater, Electronic Ignition
P-R336A-EN
H350FDN Forced Draft, Natural Gas with Electronic Ignition
H350FDN
H400FDN Forced Draft, Natural Gas with Electronic Ignition
 H400FDN
Raypak 406 Digital Natural Gas Heater, Electronic Ignition
P-R406A-EN

 

Propane Gas Heaters

Heater Name
Heater
Model
Raypak 106 Above-Ground Pool/Spa Heater, Propane Gas with Electronic Ignition
P106-EP
H150FDP Forced Draft, Propane Gas with Electronic Ignition
H150FDP
Raypak 156 Above-Ground Pool/Spa Heater, Propane Gas with Electronic Ignition
P156-EP
H200FDP Forced Draft, Propane Gas with Electronic Ignition
H200FDP
Raypak 206 Digital Propane Heater, Electronic Ignition
P-R206A-EP
H250FDP Forced Draft, Propane Gas with Electronic Ignition
H250FDP
Raypak 266 Digital Propane Heater, Electronic Ignition
P-R266A-EP
H300FDP Forced Draft, Propane Gas with Electronic Ignition
H300FDP
Raypak 336 Digital Propane Heater, Electronic Ignition
P-R336A-EP
H350FDP Forced Draft, Propane Gas with Electronic Ignition
H350FDP
H400FDP Forced Draft, Propane Gas with Electronic Ignition
H400FDP
Raypak 406 Digital Propane Heater, Electronic Ignition
P-R406A-EP

 

Heat Pumps

Heater Name
Heater
Model
Hayward Above-Ground Heat Pump HP-ABG
HP50B
Hayward Above-Ground Heat Pump
HP65B
Hayward Summit In-Ground Heat Pump
SUM45TAC
Hayward Summit In-Ground Heat Pump
SUM5TAC
Hayward Summit In-Ground Heat Pump
SUM8TAC

 

Electric Heaters

Heater Name
Heater
Model
K-Star Electric Heater - K5  K5
K-Star Electric Digital Heater - K5D K5D
K-Star Electric Heater - Titanium - K5TT K5TT
K-Star Electric Heater - K10 K10
K-Star Electric Digital Heater - K10D K10D
K-Star Electric Heater - Titanium - K10TT K10TT
K-Star Electric Heater - K15 K15
K-Star Electric Digital Heater - K15D K15D
K-Star Electric Heater - Titanium - K15TT K15TT

 


Pool Heaters

Suitable Heater?

Main objective of every pool owner is to get maximum utility by enjoying extended pool time for his/her family. This can be done by using an appropriate pool heater that will maintain the temperature of the water to achieve your body’s comfort level. The big question is what heater is suitable for your pool? lt depends on factors like size of your pool, BTU required to heat your pool, cost of purchase and operate, energy efficiency and installation.

Discounter’s Pool & Supply Warehouse, showcase the best pool heaters range from top pool heater manufacturers like Hayward, RayPak, Game and Enersol. We offer Natural Gas Heaters, Propane Gas Heaters, Heat Pumps, Electric Heaters and Solar Heaters for each shape and pool type at great prices.

Pool Heater Types

There are 4 swimming pool heater types: Gas Pool Heaters (including Natural Gas Heaters and Propane Gas Heaters), Heat Pump Pool Heaters, Electric Pool Heaters and Solar Pool Heaters.

Gas Pool Heaters

To create heat, gas pool heaters burn either Natural Gas or Propane Gas. Gas burns inside a combustion chamber and water passes through the coils and turns out hot. Gas heaters are inexpensive, operate independently of weather and heat pool water quickly. Gas heater is best for heating pools for short periods of time but at the same time it is expensive due to high gas prices. It is also considered as an ideal heater or backup heater for a spa.

Size of your pool and conditions at your location will determine the size and cost of pool heater you’ll need.

Gas heaters range from 75,000 BTU to 450,000 BTU output and are located next to your pool pump and filter on a concrete slab. Gas Heaters typically last 5 years or more. If you want to install a gas pool heater, you need a licensed gas fitter so you are safe from any danger of fuel and also manufacturer’s warranty does not become void.

Heat Pumps

Due to energy-efficiency, heat pumps are getting more and more popular for pool heating. Sun-warmed heat is extracted from the air, upgraded with a compressor, and then transferred to the water. Heat pumps use electricity to transfer heat to a pool. They transform heat from the environment (air and water) into the pool water. Heat pumps are inexpensive to operate, energy efficient, have 10 to 20 years of life and environmentally friendly. On the other hand heat pumps are expensive, heat pool water slowly and require air temperature above 12 degree Celsius.

Pool Electric Heaters

Electric heaters use current to create heat. Resistor gets hot when current is applied and consequently water also turns hot when passing over the resistor. As electric heater consumes a lot of electricity, they are more suitable to heat small above ground pools, spas and portable spas. Electric heaters are inexpensive, independent of weather and are environmentally friendly. On the contrary, electric heaters are expensive to operate, expensive to install and are not energy efficient. If you want to install an electric pool heater, you need a licensed electrician so you are safe from any danger of using electrical parts and also manufacturer’s warranty does not become void.

Pool Solar Heaters

Solar panels are used to transform heat from the sun to a swimming pool. Solar panels are open to sun so they capture heat. Pool water circulates through the pump circulation system and when passes through solar panels, it turns hot. Solar heaters are inexpensive to operate, energy efficient, have more than 20 years of life and are environmentally friendly. On the contrary Solar Panels are expensive to purchase, dependent on sun and heat pool water slowly.


Benefits & Pool Heater Size

Health Benefits

No doubt, swimming is the best cardiovascular exercises and doctors and physical therapists are the biggest advocates. People who are suffering from arthritis and muscular diseases can do this exercise easily as they can’t do jogging or running. Warm water soothes and relieves arthritis pain and various spinal and back injuries. Warm water increases blood flow and circulation in order to reduce swelling or muscle inflammation from your day’s stresses. By heating your pool you can have more and more swimming sessions as heating has extended your pool usage season. With a heated pool you don’t lose much of your body heat and is must for therapeutic benefits.

Determine Pool Heater Size

To determine the size of your pool heater first you need to know your pool’s surface area. To calculate pool surface area multiply length times width. Example: If your pool size is 15 x 30, your surface area is 450 square foot. Now divide your square foot area by 3 you will get minimal BTU size. Continue example: 450/3 = 150,000 BTU. Now always go higher than 150,000 BTU, because in terms of heating, we want to oversize the unit. Now how much higher depends on variables like owning a solar cover, wind speed and your swimming frequency. Without a solar cover we would recommend 250 to 300 BTU and with a solar cover we would recommend 200 or 250 K BTU heater. Investing in a solar cover or solar blanket will be cheaper as you don’t need to buy a 300K BTU heater.

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