China R32 Full Inverter Heat Pump Residential Swimming Pool Heat Pump

Product Description

 

Product Description

FULL INVERTER SWIMMING POOL HEAT PUMP

PREMIUM SERIES
Laswim Premium series swimming pool heat pump is powered by mature stepless DC inverter technology, which helps to greatly reduce the energy consumption while running silently, enabling the unit to reach extremely high COP up to 14. By smart conversion of compressor speed, fan motor speed and system pressure, this Premium series heat pump can provide amazing energy saving and silent performance.

Super silent running
Thanks to the full inverter technology, this Premium series pool heat pump can bring you much quieter swimming environment than a normal on/off pool heat pump, which is more friendly to your neighborhood.

COP up to 14
When maintaining pool temperature at 95% of pool season, the COP of this Premium series heat pump can be up to 14 when running at middle & low speed, which leads to the best energy saving performance and most silent pool environment.

Energy saving
Adjusting the operating frequency of its compressor and fan motor automatically according to the heating or cooling demand, Premium series heat pump runs at middle & low speed most of the time, it is nearly double energy saving than On/Off heat pump

Soft start & wide voltage application
By using stepless DC inverter compressor, the input current will start from 0 Amps to rated Amps steadily, to better protect the house electricity system. With its smart conversion, this premium series heat pump can be also adapted to wide voltage from 180~260V.

Eco-friendly refrigerant R32
Compared to other refrigerants widely used today, R32 is remarkable for its small environment impact and has a global warming potential(GWP) of 675, which is two-third lower than R410A, cuts 75% carbon emission and 75% F-gas quota cost.

Built-in Wi-Fi function
With Wi-Fi function, you can control your heat pump through a smart APP on the phone easily anywhere and anytime.

Other features
1.Twin-rotary DC inverter compressor
2.Reverse cycle defrosting with 4-way valve for quick & efficient defrosting
3.Design for operating air temperature as low as -10ºC
4.EEV technology: 10 times flexibility to adjust the gas flow and increase the COP by up to 20%
5.Spiral titanium heat exchanger: 40% higher efficiency than normal titanium heat exchanger.
6.Can be used for swimming pool heating or cooling.

Product Parameters

Model LS07-IFP1-S3C2 LS09-IFP1-S3C2 LS13-IFP1-S3C2 LS16-IFP1-S3C2 LS20-IFP1-S3C2 LS24-IFP1-S3C2
  Performance condition: Air 27ºC/Water 27ºC/Humid.80%
Heating capacity(kW) 1.4-7.2 1.9-9.3 2.6-13 3.2-16 4.1-20.5 4.8-24.4
COP Range 14.8-6.4 14.8-6.7 14.9-6.4 14.5-6.4 14.6-6.4 14.8-6.0
Average COP at 50% Speed 9.8 9.7 9.8 9.6 9.7 9.8
Performance condition: Air 15ºC/Water 26ºC/Humid.70%
Heating capacity(kW) 1.0-5.0 1.3-6.5 1.8-9.1 2.3-11.5 2.8-14.0 3.4-16.8
COP Range 7.6-4.1 7.7-4.2 7.4-4.0 7.7-4.2 7.8-4.1 7.6-4.1
Average COP at 50% Speed 6.9 6.8 6.9 6.7 6.8 6.9
Technical specifications
Advised pool volume(m³) 15-30 20-45 35-65 40-75 50-90 60-110
Operating air temperature(ºC) -10ºC-43ºC
Power supply 220-240V/1Ph/50-60Hz
Heat exchanger Spiral titanium tube in PVC
Refrigerant R32
Casing Galvanized Sheet
Compressor Twin-rotary
Rated input power (kW) 0.1-1.13 0.13-1.39 0.17-2.03 0.22-2.5 0.28-3.2 0.32-4.1
Input power at 50% Speed(kW) 0.4 0.5 0.7 0.9 1.2 1.3
Rated input current(A) 0.40-4.9 0.52-6.0 0.8-8.8 1.0-10.9 1.2-14.0 1.4-17.7
Maximum input current(A) 6.5 7.8 12 16.5 18.6 21
Power cord(mm²) 3*1.5 3*1.5 3*2.5 3*2.5 3*4.0 3*4.0
Sound level at 1m dB(A) 36.8-50.2 38.6-52.5 42.5-52.0 42.5-52.0 44.3-57.0 44.9-58.7
Sound level by 50% speed 1m dB(A) 42.5 45.8 47.5 47.5 48.6 48
Sound level at 10m dB(A) 17.9-30.2 19.6-31.4 22-32.5 24.2-35.4 24.3-36.2 25.9-37.6
Advided water flow (m³/h) 2~4 3~5 4~6 6~8 7~10 10~12
Water connection(mm) 50
Net dimension L*W*H(mm) 891*370*665 891*370*665 891*370*665 981*370*665 981*440*765 981*440*765
Packing Size(mm) 936*385*695 936*385*695 936*385*695 1026*385*695 1026*455*800 1026*455*800
Qty per 20’FT / 40’HQ (sets) 102/216 102/216 102/216 90/198 50/165 50/165

Remarks:
The above data will be subject to change without further notice, please refer to the nameplate on the unit.
Advised pool volume applies to a private pool with an isothermal cover, from April to September.
 

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A Buyer’s Guide to Air Compressor Types

There are many types of Air Compressors, and it’s important to understand what each type has to offer. In this article, we’ll discuss single stage air compressors, low-noise compressors, and models with 2 pistons. But, before you buy an Air Compressor, be sure to read our buyer’s guide to the various types. This way, you’ll have all of the information you need to make the right decision for your business.
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Single-stage air compressors

A single-stage air compressor is an excellent choice for most general-purpose purposes. They provide enough power to operate pneumatic tools, and they produce less heat. Single-stage air compressors, however, are not suitable for heavy-duty industrial uses. However, they can be used in various applications, including auto shops, gas stations, and various manufacturing facilities. They are also suitable for borewells and other high-pressure places.
These air compressors are a great choice for home use and are suitable for small-scale businesses, contractors, and small shops. These compressors have continuous duty cycles, cast iron compressor pumps, and a minimum 5,000-hour pump life. They also feature advanced features, including ODP motors, Auto Start & Controls, Receiver tanks, and power cords. They have low maintenance and can save you a great deal of money.
Single-stage air compressors are generally less expensive and lighter than their two-stage counterparts. Single-stage air compressors are also more portable, which is a plus for small projects. While two-stage compressors offer higher CFM, they are more powerful and bulky, making them unsuitable for small or home use. So it is essential to determine what you will use the air compressor for and decide on a model based on your needs.
A single-stage air compressor is made of a piston and a tank. The piston moves rapidly inside the cylinder and exerts pressure on the cylinder. This means that the piston can’t move any faster than the air pressure outside the cylinder. The piston is designed to operate in the same way for each stage. This is a great choice for home shops and one-man automotive shops, as it allows you to control the pressure without sacrificing the pump’s life.
Single-stage air compressors are often cheaper than two-stage versions, but they are not the best choice for every application. If you are only using your air compressor occasionally, you’ll find a one-stage model to be much more reliable than a two-stage model. The main difference between the 2 types of compressors is in the amount of air that each stage compresses. A two-stage air compressor will have more air storage capacity, but it will still produce more pressure.

Rotary vane compressors

Rotary vane compressors use a centrifugal pump to compress air. The rotor is set eccentrically in the housing, which almost touches the vane. As the rotor turns, the air that enters the pump is trapped between the vanes. This compressed air undergoes compression as the rotor rotates. Vanes are small pieces of carbon fiber or graphite composite. Vanes may be made of different materials depending on the application.
While rotary vane pumps are not commonly used to produce compressed air, they are widely used in automotive and hydraulic applications. Chances are, you have used a rotary vane pump at some point in your life. These pumps are also common in the vacuum and compressed air industries. As a result, many people don’t realize that they’re still around. They feature slots that allow the vanes to slide in and out of the rotor.
A rotary vane compressor has a drum and rotor inside. The rotor is eccentrically positioned and has slots and grooves on its surface. Its inlet and outlet ports are situated off-center, allowing the vanes to be pushed out by centrifugal force. Because the rotor rotates so quickly, air is trapped between the vanes. This air then becomes pressurized by the rotating rotor.
Rotating vane compressors can be easily serviced and repaired. A simple replacement of carbon vanes requires just 15 minutes and common tools. The carbon vanes typically last 9 to 18 months, depending on system operating pressure. Before purchasing a rotary vane compressor, make sure to check whether it has been properly performance-tested and has a warranty. Generally, warranties cover the rotor/stator chambers but do not cover the vanes or air filters. You should also check if the unit is covered by a lightning or water damage warranty.
Rotary vane compressors are an integral part of manufacturing industries. Many pharmaceutical manufacturing facilities depend on rotary vane compressors to control their equipment. Other industries that use rotary vane compressors include the plastics, woodworking, natural gas, and medical & dental fields. Their benefits are numerous and far outweigh any disadvantages of rotary screw compressors. For example, a rotary vane compressor can double the life of a conventional compressor.
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Rotary vane compressors with low-noise models

If you are looking for a rotary vane air compressor, you have come to the right place. CZPT’s LV Series rotary vane compressors offer low-noise models, compact size, and robust integration. In addition to their low-noise features, they feature large filter systems to deliver high-quality compressed air. The LV Series models also feature CZPT’s reputation for reliability and quality.
This type of compressor uses centrifugal force to operate and is limited in its top and minimum operating speeds. They are only a third as powerful as screw compressors, and their top speed limits are much lower. Furthermore, the vanes wear out easily at high speeds because there is not enough centrifugal force to seal them against the cylinder’s edges. Even at half their full capacity, they consume as much as 80% of their total energy rating.
Because piston compressors produce a lot of noise, factory owners and shop owners have begun to install noise-dampening cabinets and other solutions. But, rotary vane compressors produce far less noise than a traditional vacuum, and the maintenance costs are also low. Rotary vane compressors are also extremely helpful in several industries. They are used in the automotive and auto finishing industries, as well as in dairy industries and milking machines.
If you have a deep pond, a rotary vane air compressor kit can pump up to 20 feet of water. This is more than enough airflow for 2 to 5 diffusers. A 1/4 HP rotary vane kit pumps around 4.2 CFM. It also helps to increase circulation and oxygen levels in the pond. Finally, a 1/4 HP kit offers the necessary power to clean up the bottom of a pond.
The rotary vane and rotary screw are the most popular air compressors today. While they are similar in many ways, they are more versatile and durable than their counterparts. They use fewer angular contact ball bearings and require less frequent maintenance than piston air compressors. Compared to piston air compressors, rotary vane and rotary screw compressors are quieter and are less expensive.
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Rotary vane compressors with 2 pistons

The rotary vane and rotary screw compressors are similar in application, but both have different advantages and disadvantages. This article will compare the benefits of each and highlight the differences between them. While both are commonly used in industrial applications, rotary vane compressors are preferred by many industries. These compressors also have a wide range of uses, ranging from automotive air tool operation to milking machines. These compressors also have the advantage of being quieter than piston-powered ones.
The current common rail position may not be suitable for pressure swirl injectors, but new positions have been tested and show improvements in specific energy values. Moreover, the current position is not required for external oil pumps. However, mass induction and expulsion have to be performed with utmost care. This article focuses on the design and efficiency of rotary vane compressors. You can find more information about this new design in the references mentioned below.
The advantages of this type of compressor are its low cost, compact size, and easy maintenance. Hence, they are preferred in low capacity applications. Moreover, they feature integrated vanes. The rotating vanes close the air gap and compress air towards the outlet. Compared to piston-powered compressors, these units are cheaper and more reliable. Therefore, you should choose 1 with the lowest price tag. You can also opt for rotary vane compressors that are oil-free.
Sliding vane compressors are another popular variant. They have a single cylinder connected to the compressor and are capable of operating at low speeds. This design also reduces the amount of friction and maintains volumetric efficiency. However, the sliding vane compressors suffer from high frictional losses. If you are looking for a more efficient rotary compressor, this is the best option. While sliding vane compressors have been in the spotlight for over a century, they are still quite young.
These compressors are easy to install and maintain. They are also quieter than piston compressors. They are also cheaper than piston-driven compressors. The energy efficiency and low price make them the perfect choice for any commercial or industrial application. If you’re looking for a small, compact compressor, the rotary vane has been proven to be the best choice for your needs. You should know that it has a long service life.

China R32 Full Inverter Heat Pump Residential Swimming Pool Heat Pump  China R32 Full Inverter Heat Pump Residential Swimming Pool Heat Pump