6 questions from our users
I’m looking at the new series elite V3 22kw but I have a tight side pathway which is the only place this can go. I was told to go for the v3 as it can be 100mm from wall. My side path is 1.25m wide. Is it true I can go 100mm from wall? The side clearance is not an issue
Hi Jim, thanks for getting in touch, this is exactly one of the reasons the Elite V3 was engineered for. The latest centrifugal, high static fan allows the install ventilation requirements to be the lowest in the industry down to 100mm at the back of the unit which will give you more access down the pathway. Please ensure there is adequate ventilation at the sides of the heater if you are going to the minimum at the back.
For more technical information please feel free to check out this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ESCdPElT84g
I see many people happy with their Madimack pool heat pumps, but as a prospective buyer, i'd be really interested to know peoples experience on the running costs. Have you found the actual running costs are inline with what the companies estimations more, or is it using more energy than expected? Im based in Sydney with a 65,000L pool, and would love to hear any first-hand customer experience on actual running costs! Thanks.
Great Question Andy K, Hopefully you can get some "real data" feedback. Probably worth mentioning our national dealers & distributors are running an InverterPlus Pack promotion which includes the Heat pump & Inverterplus which will significantly reduce running costs. Be sure to ask your installer as it can save up to $800 a year on pump energy costs.
Dean seems to be mentioned in so many of the reviews. How do we get in touch with him about quoting and installation
Our pool is concrete inground 20 years old 7.2Mx3.4M approx 30,000l. We are in Geelong and use the pool 3-4 months over summer. I have changed the pool from salt with chlorinator to an ioniser.
I have existing solar pool heating on the roof which has got to the stage that it needs replacing. The solar heating has its own 240v pump and controller and so is a separate system to the filter pump.
The filter pump is a dc .5 hp pump running directly off solar panels. When the sun shines the pump runs. The speed of the pump varies according to sun brightness and cloud cover.
Should a heat pump be installed in the existing solar heating setup with the heat pump just replacing the solar collection on the roof and using the existing solar controller to turn on/off power to the heat pump and the existing pump in that system OR should the heat pump be installed in the filter system remembering that it is a "variable speed" dc solar pump?
Hi Keith, thank you for your inquiry.
We strongly recommend you use our FREE heating evaluation https://www.madimack.com.au/pool-heat-pump-calculator-2
This will provide you will great information specific to your pool. Once you have all the information use our dealer finder to locate a preferred installer near you.
Enjoy your heated pool.
Regards Team Madimack
1300 899 737
Are these suitable for heating SPA's? what is the highest temperature they can heat up to?
Hi Rino, the highest temperature our heaters can reach is 40 degrees which is perfect for spa heating.
It is recommended to go for a higher power heat pump for faster heat up times.
Our technical team will be able to give you more info on heat up times and recommend the most suitable unit for your needs.
Ok thanks, who do you have in adelaide to talk to in regards? Please email me details email@example.com
Thanks Rino, we will email you.
How long can I expect to get out of a commercial pump situated in the open ,on the (surf) beach front in SE Qld.
Thank you for your question, typically commercial heat pumps have a life cycle of 12-16yrs, if extreme salt exposure is a factor we would recommend additional anti-corrosive treatment which Madimack can complete prior to delivery. Please feel free to call our commercial customer support team.
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