Part # SQ125
Manufacturer Code SQ125AHDSBNP
The NEW HeatWave SuperQuiet® SQ125 comes equipped with all standard features. The Patented ThermoLink Titanium Heat Exchanger at its core makes this unit a power-house that’s built to last.
At 55 db, the AquaCal® HeatWave SuperQuiet® heat pumps are virtually silent from 10ft. away! Making the right choice just got a whole lot easier.
Corrosion Proof Cabinet
• Louvered side panels protect evaporator coil while
ensuring efficient airflow
• Rust and fade proof
• Impact resistant
• Built-in drain pan provides condensate management
• Air Flow Vectoring Top protects internal components
from weather and debris while ensuring optimal air flow
Microprocessor Controlled with Digital Display
• Flip-out control panel is out of sight, protected against
sun and weather
• Lockable panel provides security from others changing
• Accurate and easy-to-read bright blue display
• On-board self-diagnostics
• Microprocessor controlled defrost cycle
ThermoLink® Titanium Heat Exchanger
• Patented counter-flow water management system
• Patented hydraulic design adds only 1 PSI at 30 GPM,
increasing compatibility with two-speed & variable
• Impervious to chemical corrosion
• Durability without sacrificing performance
• Lifetime warranty
what size heat pump would I need for pool 307 sq.ft deepest part is 5 feetabout 9800 gal of water live in Arizona
That's a great heat pump and would get the job done relatively quick. And being that you're in the hot state of Arizona that will help it out even more.
Would this unit be size correctly for an in-ground 11500 gal pool in central FL? Also, any comment on how this brand compares to Sta-Rite/Pentair? Thanks, -gene
The AquaCal HeatWave SuperQuiet Heat Pump 100,000 BTU would be a great fit for an 11,500gal pool. The spec information and competitor brands have it very comparable in efficiency.
We're building a 6 foot by 13 foot spa (3 feet depth) in Southwest Florida (Sarasota) and would like to know if the SQ110 heat pump would work well for that application, to get the temperature up as high as 95degF for use when the jets are on. Would I have the heat pump on all the time to maintain that temperature, or would I just use the heater an hour or two beforehand to get the temperature up?
This heat pump will work well for what you are trying to do. You would turn it on an hour or two before and let it heat the spa up to the desired temperature, but just like with a normal heater in a spa you would have to leave it running while the spa is bubbling. The reason for that is because the bubbling allows heat to escape. If you've ever been in a spa where the heater is broken, you would have noticed that once the heater shuts off the water cools significantly. Therefore you would let it run to support the temperature.