Part # R5450TI-E
Manufacturer Code 016010
Alternate Part #'s 016010, R5450TI-E
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Tested to AHRI 1160.
All models comply with florida 4.0 minimum C.O.P requirement.
Titanium Heat Exchanger
Digital Controls - Basic Functions
Digital Control - Built-in Mini Automation
This Limited Warranty does NOT apply;
1. if the product has been moved from its original place of installation, or if the original
owner no longer owns the property where the original installation was made;
2. if the product is not properly installed with a pool or spa by a qualified licensed installer in
accordance with applicable local codes and ordinances, good trade practices, and the
manufacturer’s installation instructions;
3. if the rating plate(s) or serial number(s) are altered or removed;
4. if the product is modified in any way, or non-factory authorized accessories or other
components are used in conjunction with the product;
5. to damage, malfunctions or failures resulting from failure to properly install, operate or
maintain the product in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions;
6. to damage, malfunctions or failures from abuse, act of nature, accident, fire, flood, freeze,
lightning or the like;
7. to damage, malfunctions or failures resulting from [or due to] connected system control
8. performance problems caused by improper sizing of the heater or electric service
voltage, wiring or fusing;
9. use of any attachment, including any energy saving device not authorized by the
10. to damage, malfunctions or failures from misuse or neglect, including but not limited to,
freeze-ups, operating the heater with the cabinet door off, having flow restrictions or
obstructions between the heater outlet and the pool/spa, or not maintaining a proper
chemical balance (PH level must be between 7.4 and 7.8 and total alkalinity between 100
and 150 PPM. Total dissolved solids (TDS) must be no greater than 3000 PPM)
how do I know witch is best for my pool 14 by 28 3 feet to 6 feet
Hi. You will need to use your geographical location, pool size, desired temperature and run time. You can use the Raypak Heat Pump Heater Sizing guide to determine what size unit will be best for your pool depending on where you live.
I have a 15,000 gal pool in Indiana would the 95k raypak be big enough to keep pool 85 degrees middle may thru late aug.
Hi. This unit will be able to achieve the desired pool temperature running the unit for a longer time. I would recommend an 110K or larger BTU unit.
Hi, we would like to heat our 12 x 24 foot, 52 inch deep above ground pool. It is installed semi inground. Tried solar panels, didnt work. Really want to keep pool warmer and extend swim time. We live on Long Island, NY. Pool gets sun and shade during course of day. We dont have natural gas and dont want to deal with propane. Would this heater get our pool to 82 overnight and maintain that temp throughout summer? Thanks for your help
Yes, that heat pump would be a great way to get your water temperature to 82 degree and is a great way to maintain that temperature. As long as your pool pump is on it will regulate the water temperature and turn on and off when needed. Very energy efficient.
What size electric heat pump would you recommend for a round above ground 24 ft. round by 54 in deep pool?
Hi, Michael. For a pool of your size a 60K BTU or greater heat pump would be recommended.
I have a 15 x 29 Fiberglass pool. I live in lower Alabama and thought this Raypak would do the job so we could swim most of the year.
This would do the job, But with Heat pumps they pull heat from the air so when temps drop below freezing this heater will not work and freezing temps are dangerous for the compressors. So yes this will extend swims, but when you get freezing weather this will not work.
What is the power in Amps required for this equipment?
You need a 60 amp breaker for that heat pump.
I may be way off base here: I want to heat a pool that has never been heated before. Is there something I should consider prior to looking for pumps? I really want to this within a few weeks time.
When deciding what heat pump size to choose for your pool, you will need to determine the surface area of the pool. I also, recommend contacting a Certified Electrician and Certified Pool Technician for any fees involved to have the equipment installed. You will need to check the equipment area to ensure there is enough space for the heat pump and an equipment pad. It is best recommended to purchase a solar blanket or liquid solar blanket, to help prevent heat loss occurred during evaporation. Feel free to follow up with us, using our Support Ticket Email System to provide us more information about your swimming pool dimensions.
Do you think this 95K btu is large enough to keep our uncovered 14x28 screened in pool with an average depth 4.5 ft at 88 degrees in Tampa, FL from May through October?
Dick - Raypak's Heat Pump Calculator shows that their 95K BTU heater would be able to maintain your pool at 88 degrees in Tampa from May to October with 1.5-2.5 MPH winds. You should be able to change some of the parameters yourself on this calculator.
I have a 21 round above ground pool - is this heat pump recommended?
Hello CT - This heat pump would be sufficient for a 21' above ground pool.
Do you think with 16x32 Pool ave depth 4.5 ft that 95 btu is going be big enough Keep at 82degrees in Ky area we use May -Sept
(5 out of 5 stars)
Reviewed By: Scott from New Jersey ()
Pros: Inexpensive to operate
Cons: Takes longer than gas to heat
Quick delivery, easy install, works as advertised. Takes a while to heat when the air is cold, but didn't notice much difference in my electric bill.
(5 out of 5 stars) Ray Pak Heat Pump Pool Heater
Reviewed By: Jon B. from Apollo Beach, FL ()
I purchased this unit to replace one that was 20 years old. It was an easy straightforward installation. The Ray Pak unit is well built, sturdy and very quiet. Digital controls are easy to operate. Delivered in great shape. I couldn't be happier. Best price available anywhere. Thanks InYoPool
(4 out of 5 stars) Raypak Standard 95K BTU Digital Heat Pump
Reviewed By: Stephen B. from Wilson, NC ()
Pros: Quiet and easy installtion
Cons: It is big - plan accordingly
I just installed this unit last week, and had no problems at all with the installation and start up. It does take a while to heat up the water compared to a gas heater, but hopefully it will be much more economical to run