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Advantages and Working Principle of Pool Exchangers

Tubular pool exchangers can be used in various pool systems such as solar pool heating systems or boiler-based pool heating systems.

Advantages of Pool Exchangers

  • High efficiency coefficient of 10000 W/m² °C (5 or 6 times more efficient than traditional exchangers)
  • Compact design (Takes up 1/10th the space of traditional exchangers)
  • Corrosion and pressure resistance with stainless steel and/or titanium materials
  • Non-pressurizing connection design
  • Compliance with ASME Standards VIII-1
  • Easy installation and durability

MIT pool exchanger bodies and tubes are designed to operate at 205 °C and 1.3 MPa pressure. The body is made of AISI 316L or titanium, and tubes & connections can be selected from AISI 316L, AISI 304, or titanium materials, depending on the operating conditions and chlorine content.

Working Principle of Tubular Pool Exchangers

  • MIT pool exchangers perform the heating/cooling process by transferring it from the boiler/chiller to the pool water.
  • MIT pool exchangers keep the system and pool separate, preventing the passage of chlorine and other chemicals from the pool to the system.
  • MIT pool exchangers facilitate the heat transfer between the hot water from the heat source and the cold water in the pool, and return the cooled water back to the heat source for reheating.
  • MIT pool exchangers keep substances that could harm the system away, ensuring the pool remains healthy and long-lasting.
  • MIT pool exchangers can be designed according to the boiler sizes or the size and system of use of the pool.

Solar Pool Heating System

As shown below, pool water at low temperatures takes heat from the central boiler, ensuring an even heating of the pool. MIT pool exchangers can be used both in solar systems and in boiler systems.

Residential Applications of Tubular Pool Exchanger

  • Underfloor heating
  • Pools
  • Spas
  • Domestic water
  • Solar heating

Industrial Applications of Tubular Pool Exchanger

  • Oil cooling
  • Steam condensation
  • Central heating
  • Engine cooling
  • Wastewater heat recovery