Our domestic range of heat pumps incorporates the same technology as our commercial heat pumps, meaning you can enjoy the benefits of a commercial grade product right at home.
Alto Pacific heat pumps have design input by our service and support staff to ensure they can be easily serviced and maintained in the future. Our units have stainless steel, or ABS UV stabilised plastic cabinets to suit the damp, coastal environment of Australia. Beware of inferior quality heat pumps that are powder-coated from mild steel that will rust in a short period due to poor powder coating practices in countries of manufacture.
Our warehouse holds large stocks of all major components, including fans, compressors, heat exchangers, etc. In the event of servicing or repairs, we can readily ship replacement parts to our local service agents all over Australia to get your unit up and running as quickly as possible.
Alto Pacific has over a thousand domestic pool heat pump units in operation all over Australia from Cairns to Launceston and across to Perth.
It is essential to be aware of variations between pump outputs and providers.
At Alto Pacific, we rate the power output of our heat pump units using a 15-degree air temperature scale so that when your heat pump needs to work at it hardest during winter, it is up to the task.
Some companies make their units appear more powerful by manipulating wet bulb, dry bulb and dew point temperatures by utilising a 24 – 27 degrees air temperature scale. A fundamental rule to remember when researching pool-heating pumps is to ask the supplier about the output details. If a supplier cannot tell you the power output during a typical Australian winter temperature, then don’t buy their machine.
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