How much power does a pool heat pump use?

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A heat pump should have about 1/5 lower power consumption = 13.94 ÷ 5 = 2.79 kW input The relationship between the power supplied by the heat pump to the pool and the power it consumes is determined by means of the so-called COP factor (power coefficient).

About 5 kilowatts per hour per 100,000 BTU heat pump. For a general 100,000 BTU pool heat pump, the power you`ll utilize is approximately 5,000 Watts per hour. Typically, the National average for power stands at 13 cents for every kilowatt-hour.

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