Evacuated tube systems are our highest efficiency solar pool heating option.
- An evacuated tube solar pool heating system can produce twice the heat per unit area as a traditional flat plate panel system.
Estimating the minimum area of the solar collector needed to heat your pool isn’t as difficult as you may think. Because almost all of the heat that’s lost from pool water is lost from the surface of the pool, the optimal area for the solar collectors is proportional to the surface area of the pool.… Read More
Many people think that pool covers are primarily for safety, or to help keep the water clean. Although they do help to prevent insects and debris from getting into the pool water, the primary purpose of the pool covers we offer at Supreme Heating is to retain heat.… Read More
A conventional pool heater burns natural gas, and that produces greenhouse gas emissions. Every time you use it, it’s contributing to climate change and costing you money.… Read More
Please note that we will be closed for business from 12 noon Monday, 24th December 2012. We will re-open for normal trading on Thursday, 3rd January 2013.… Read More
As one of the industry leaders in solar pool heating, we strive to give our customers the most innovative range of products available on the market.… Read More
Supreme Heating is pleased to announce the release of our new website, designed with a fresh new look and user-friendly navigation, updated with the latest information about our products and services.… Read More
The largest evacuated tube solar heating system in the southern hemisphere was officially opened in mid-September at the Bunbury Sports Facility (South West Sports Centre) by Bunbury City Mayor, David Smith, and the Honorable Giz Watson MLA, Member for Greens.… Read More
The manufacturer of our solar controllers has recently upgraded the roof and pool sensors. The sensor connector colours have been changed to make identification easier.… Read More
A large solar installation has been officially launched at the South West Sports Centre in Bunbury, Western Australia.
Funded through the Western Australian Government’s Royalties for Regions Program, the solar installation comprises 240 solar panels – the equivalent of 7,200 tubes for heating – located on the roof of the centre.… Read More