Eco Saver 20-Foot Solar Heating Panel System

July 3, 2013 - Comment

The Eco Saver 20-foot solar panel system is designed to warm your pool water by absorbing free heat from the sun. Water flows through the multiple tubes in the solar panels collecting heat as it circulates. The heated water warms your pool and saves energy costs. Product Features One 20 foot panel heats up to

The Eco Saver 20-foot solar panel system is designed to warm your pool water by absorbing free heat from the sun. Water flows through the multiple tubes in the solar panels collecting heat as it circulates. The heated water warms your pool and saves energy costs.

Product Features

  • One 20 foot panel heats up to 15 foot by 30 foot oval or rectangular in ground pool or up to 24 foot round above ground pool
  • Flexible ldpe material is durable yet easy and fast to unroll and the twist-connect fittings allow quick and easy installation
  • Modular design; install one or more panel system now and add on later for even more free heat
  • ecoSAVER solar panels are 20 percent wider than most other solar panels for more free heat
  • Optional accessories available; roof mount kit, diverter valve kit and intex pool adapter kit

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Heather Tolen "mom of 4" says:

Setup is a huge pain, but product works GREAT. We have an Intex above-ground 10 x 20 rectangular pool, and last year the water was so cold that this year we decided to try adding a heating system of some sort. This product got some good reviews (and some not so good), but the price was right so we decided to take a chance.First, be aware that this product is NOT something you’ll just pull out of the box, hook up to your pool, and be using in a matter of minutes. The 20′ long panels (four of them joined together on side baffles) are long and twisty, and if you don’t have a rack ready to go, you won’t be able to just prop the panels up against the pool as it looks like in the picture. You’ll have to build some kind of rack, unless you are comfortable just laying it on the ground (which is where ours currently is, though we plan to build some kind of rack soon). The company needs to start manufacturing and selling racks that are specifically designed to support these heating systems…Next, this product…

Dude says:

86 degree pool water I bought 2 of these panels, I built a rack that keeps them in the sun for most of the day (12-14 hrs), I built a bypass system and run 60% of my pool water through them and my water stays between 80 and 86 degrees depending on nighttime temperatures. I have a 18×33 pool 52 inch deep (15000 gallons). My only advice is if you buy 2 and connect them together, only do it at one end, cap the other ends of the panels. You want water to go in one panel to the end, then up to the second panel and through it and back to the pool. the panels expand at different rates and will pull the seals apart if connected at both ends.

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