Pool Heat Pump

4 Major Components Of INVERBOOST Pool Heat Pump You Need Know In 2022


INVERBOOST pool heat pump is a device that is used to extract heat from the environment and transfer a lower ambient temperature into a higher temperature system.

The following below may help you, so get into it.

It has four major components: the evaporator, compressor, condenser, and expansion valve. At the evaporator, the heat is transferred from the environment into the refrigerant that flows through the heat pump system. As the refrigerant heats up, it expands and turns into gas.



It(also called “steam pump”) is a driven fluid mechanical device that elevates low-pressure gas to high-pressure gas, and is the core of the heating system in the pool heat pump.

And it sucks in low-temperature and low-pressure refrigerant gas from the suction pipe, drives the piston to compress it through the operation of the motor, and discharges the high-temperature and high-pressure refrigerant gas to the exhaust pipe to provide power for the heating cycle, thereby achieving compression→condensation (release) Heat)→expansion→evaporation (endothermic) heating cycle.


The condenser is a part of the heating system in an INVERBOOST pool heat pumpwhich is a kind of heat exchanger, which can convert gas or vapor into liquid, and heat the water in a fast way by heat in the tube. The gas passes through a long tube (usually coiled into a solenoid) to dissipate heat to the surrounding water.

to improve the efficiency of the condenser, fins with excellent thermal conductivity are often added to the pipeline to increase the heat dissipation area to accelerate the heat dissipation. The working process of the condenser is an exothermic process, so the temperature of the condenser is relatively high.it’s play an important role in the pool heater.


The evaporator is a very important part of the four major heating components in an INVERBOOST pool heat pump.

After compression and liquefaction, the low-temperature refrigerant passes through the evaporator to exchange heat with the outside air, “gas” and absorb heat, reducing the temperature of the surrounding air, and achieving the purpose of absorbing energy in the air.

Exansion valve

An expansion valve in an INVERBOOST pool heat pump is a device that controls the flow of refrigerant by changing the throttling section or throttling length in the heating system. It is generally installed between the evaporator and the liquid storage cylinder.

The expansion valve throttles the medium-temperature and high-pressure liquid refrigerant into low-temperature and low-pressure wet vapor, and then the refrigerant absorbs heat from the outside air in the evaporator.

The expansion valve controls the flow of the valve through the change in the degree of superheat at the end of the evaporator to prevent underutilization of the evaporator area and cylinder knocking.

INVERBOOST Pool Heat PumpINVERBOOST pool heat pump applied the reliable inverter technology to variate the working frequency dynamically to get the optimal performance. INVERBOOST heating solution maximizes energy efficiency and extends swimming season eco-friendly.

INVERBOOST – the only pool heater in the market with very quiet operation,and also sweeps the market for a combination of silence and power.

What are the main features that INVERBOOST inverter pool heater have?

INVERBOOST pool heat pump applied the reliable inverter technology to variate the working frequency dynamically to get the optimal performance. INVERBOOST heating solution maximizes energy efficiency and extends swimming season eco-friendly.

The INVERBOOST pool heat pump has 3 modes :

  • Smart:Dynamic working to achieve the highest efficiency and more energy saving.
  • Turbo: The fast solution to heat up the pool.
  • Silent:Extremely quiet operation to maintain the pool temperature.

If you have an INVERBOOST pool heat pump, there are some knowledge you might have to know about . Welcome to our pool knowledge blog.

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