A new way for pool owners to heat their pool water in a quick and cost-effective manner.
Utilizes A Standard Submersible Water Pump That Is Placed into The Pool
Heating Element Instantly Heats Water to Around 70° Celsius/158 Degrees Fahrenheit
Portable and Will Not Interrupt the Pool Filter
Limits Weather Exposure
No Professional Installation Needed
Story Behind the Invention
Inventor Orlando of Ohio has developed a new way for pool owners to heat their pool water in a quick and cost-effective manner. Living in Ohio with its tricky weather, Orlando always wanted a pool heater for his pool. Heaters, however, can be extremely expensive and difficult to operate. Although he had a solar pool cover, it was a hassle dealing with it each day. Orlando just knew there had to be a way to get more use out of his pool. In turn, he was inspired to create the Heat Wave Pool Heater! The invention utilizes a standard submersible water pump that is placed into the pool. A water hose then carries water to a heating element which instantly heats the water to around 70 Celsius/158 degrees Fahrenheit. The pressurized water then flows back into the pool in a continuous loop. The invention is portable and will not interrupt the pool filter. No professional installation is needed. The device can easily be used on swimming pools of any size. A custom cover for the propane tank is also envisioned. Want to learn more? Be the first to contact us NOW for additional information or for manufacturing, retail, wholesale, distribution, or licensing opportunities!
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