Gas Pool and Spa Heaters

Residential Raypak Pool & Spa Heaters-  Models 200 to 430

Want to extend your swimming time and enjoyment year round?
No Problem!
Raypak’s range of residential Pool and Spa heaters are capable of heating the biggest or smallest of pools.

Raypak’s residential gas Pool and Spa heater range features:

Energy saving “hot surface ignition”
Australian manufacture and design excellence
Fully programmable digital heater controller with independent settings for your pool or spa
Automatic control of pump and motorised valves, if connected
Remote control available as an option
Suitable for either indoor or outdoor installations
Outdoor configuration is standard
Left or Right hand water connections
Cupro-nickel heat exchanger for greater protection from corrosion
Polymer headers for longer life

Model Range:
PO 200   $4320
PO 280   $4580
PO 350   $5065
PO 430   $5305

Why Choose a Gas Pool Heater?
Gas heaters are used in large numbers on pools and spas and give great flexibility to the pool owner, because of their rapid heating ability and robustness.
Gas heaters can easily maintain any desired water temperature, as typical sizing is based on providing heater capacity capable of achieving a 14°C rise in water temperature in 24 hours.
This allows a cold pool to be heated to a beautiful 28°C – 30°C in around one day, even in winter!
This heating strength makes gas perfectly suited for pools that are used for entertaining.

From the point of view of heating costs, the constant maintenance of pool temperature with gas is quite viable during the warmest months of the year
Whereas the solar heated pool will vary in temperature during this season, the gas-heated pool is maintained at the owner’s preferred temperature.
Gas heating costs will be modest, as the heating requirement of the pool is relatively low.
Likewise, the gas heater owner has the added flexibility to heat for specific events such as birthday parties or BBQs, or for longer periods such as September school holidays
.Additionally,  gas heaters are ideally suited to be added to a solar system, as it will offset solar’s inability to work at night or in poor weather.

Spa Heating
The heating of a spa requires one of the powered forms of heating, that is, either gas, heat pump or element.
The spa may be heated by a dedicated heater OR by the pool heater, if the hydraulic design allows.
Where a single heater is installed, there will be a need to alter valve settings to circulate the water between the spa and heater only, with the pool isolated, while a fast temperature rise is achieved in the spa.
The valve changeover and resetting can be done manually or by automated switching/valves.