Commercial Pool Heat Pumps

Elite Max

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Elite Max

  • Maximum year round swimming
  • The most effective and consistent heating option
  • Australian working temperature range from -15℃ to 45℃
  • Automatic reverse cycle frost protection
  • Easy to install 
  • High power to low space ratio
  • WiFi controller with temperature monitoring as standard
  • High corrosion resistance aluminium alloy 3003 casing
  • 25 Year Warranty on heat exchanger
  • Scalable to any size
  • RS485 BMS control
  • Remote monitoring available
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Product Overview

These powerful commercial heaters have the capacity to cope with the demands of any aquatic facility. Built with cutting edge technology and climate adaptive features it also boasts one of the power to size ratio for easier and more discreet installations. The commercial unit is powered with the latest twin rotary inverter technology which has proven to be the optimum choice for on-going energy savings for commercial sized pools.

Product Details

High-quality design and Performance

  • European quality design and performance 
  • Australia's most efficient commercial inverter heat pump
  • Scalable design with master slave communication
  • Twin rotary mitsubishi inverter compressor system
  • Pure performance 

Installation flexibility

  • Quieter operation and multi speed settings
  • Single piece all in one system with built in flow switch
  • High power to small square meter ratio
  • Operates in cold climates down to minus 15°C

Energy efficient

  • Energy efficient, latest inverter technology 
  • Automation and Solar PV input ready.
  • Multiple timer and speed setting with WiFi control
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Technical Specifications

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1. What are the benefits of inverter in a commercial environment

With most commercial pool filtration systems running 24 hours a day this makes the perfect scenarios for an inverter to modulate to its lowest setting over a longer period of time.

The average COP over the year can be up to 40% higher than standard on/off technology.

Meaning ROI is achieved 40% faster




2. How do I install the heat pump

A licensed electrician and plumber is required to install the pool heat pump. We have several mechanical contractors nationally who will be happy to provide a quote. Get in touch with one of our team to find out more

3. Which size heat pump do I need?

You can request a pool heating evaluation based on your pool volume and location to determine the pool heater you need. 

Conditions which affect the heat pump size are; Where is the pool located, how many months of the year do you swim, do you use a cover when it is not in use and the desired temperature.

The heating evaluation will explain all you need to know including approximate running costs.

4. What is a heat pump COP
COP stands for coefficient of performance, it’s a measurement of efficiency for heating and cooling machines which is measured by the total energy output (kw) that is leaving the unit in forms of heating or cooling over the total energy input (kW) that is entering the unit in forms of electricity. The higher COP is the more efficient a unit is, we are proud to say that our units are remarkable for their high COPs of 8 to 10 on average.
5. What is the current draw of the pool heat pump?

All units have a different input power, please check the unit Technical Data section or Brochure for the most up to date information on the unit you need,

6. How much noise does a heat pump make?

Our heat pumps have world leading parts and an encased compressor design to reduce noise. With the combination of the back air flow design we have reduced the most amount of noise as possible.

The noise from a heat pump depends on the location it is set and noise reflections. All Madimack heat pumps models are independently tested for sound and performance by TuV Rheinland for peace of mind.

All Db sound levels are in the technical data section

7. Where should I install the heat pump

A Heat pump should be positioned as close as possible to the swimming pool filtration system to minimise pressure drop of water flow and heat loss.

A heat pump is designed to be installed outdoors and does not require any covering against the elements. In fact if a Heat Pump which is covered during operation will not perform optimally.

Madimack heat pumps can be positioned above or below the pool water level

8. Should I use a pool blanket?

As with all swimming pool heating systems you are advised to use a pool cover when the swimming pool is not in use. This will keep evaporation (the greatest heat loss) to a minimum and save water to be refilled in the process.

A pool cover can cut total heat loss by 50% to 75% which is a direct energy saving

9. What maintenance is required

As with most heat pumps minimal maintenance is required. The main thing is to ensure the ventilation around the heat pump is not restricted. Check the grills for any leaves or debris which may have been blown in regularly and if in a high salt area a hose down of the external coils may be recommended.

10. How long does a heat pump last

Heat pumps are well known to have an excellent lifecycle compared to other traditional methods of pool heating.

Madimack heat pumps have the highest quality components to ensure that lifecycle is extended as far as possible with a units possible lifecycle up to 20 years

Require more information? Get in touch to receive a detailed heating report.

Find out the size of unit and running costs for your pool size based on your location


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Latest specifications 

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