Solar Heating -Powerstrip Solar Pool Heater Operation and Plumbing Guide

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Hot Sun Industries, maker of the Powerstrip solar pool heating system explains basic system operation as well as some plumbing guidelines.

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7 thoughts on “Solar Heating -Powerstrip Solar Pool Heater Operation and Plumbing Guide

  1. Hello! This video was helpful!! now i have a new answer. Which controller
    are you using?? Thank you very much!

  2. If you send too much flow you add pressure unnecessarily. Its not possible
    to send too little flow. Its true you want high flow for efficient
    operation but what is high flow? High flow for solar is low flow for the
    average pool with an oversized pool pump. Just feel the collectors to make
    sure there are no hot spots. That’s efficient. Sens so much flow you add
    load to the pool pump and you just add load and electricity cost and you
    pressurize the solar panels.

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  4. First – Why the secondary bypass at the bottom? Isn’t the “solar on Solar
    off” valve at the top a bypass valve? Why wouldn’t you just turn this to
    solar off and proceed with your winterizing? Second: Assuming the need for
    the lower bypass valve based on my first question. I think the narrator
    said “leave the bypass valve open as much as you can”. Isn’t the idea to
    run as much water through the solar panel as possible? If you bypass too
    much then don’t you lose efficiency? Thanks

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