Sunlover Heating solar blankets complement your ‘swim when you want lifestyle’ to add value to your pool.
Depending on the climate and rainfall in your area, an average pool will lose between 100 and 200 litres of water every day.
Pools loose about 70% of their heat through water evaporation from the pool surface. with another 20% heat lost through heat radiating into the air.
The air inside the bubbles is rapidly warmed by the sun, transferring heat to your pool water. Sunlover Heating solar blankets have about 11,500 bubbles per square metre – about 40% more than other blankets. Your Sunlover Heating solar blanket works harder to make your pool warmer.
Sunlover Heating solar blankets prevent up to 90% of this air-borne rubbish from getting into your pool. This reduces stress on your filter and cleaning equipment giving it longer life.
Another important benefit of a solar pool blanket is it will help keep pool chemicals in the water. Sunlover Heating solar blankets can reduce chemical and salt loss by up to 50%.
Your Sunlover solar blanket works harder to reduce your chemical and salt costs.
Sunlover Heating solar pool blankets are designed to deliver long life in an environment dominated by UV laden solar rays, chemicals and salt. Sunlover Heating pool blankets are made from UV stabilised, chemical resistant, reinforced, and laminated materials.
Sunlover Blankets come in a range of thicknesses from 300 to 500 microns, and they are warranted from 3 to 10 years. All solar blanket and roller combinations are supplied with a free UV protective storage cover.
Sunlover Solarweave blankets perform the special task of retaining the heat in the pool.
Made from reinforced, tear resistant opaque material, they are designed for spas, hot water and indoor pools.
To promote water conservation, some state and local governments offer pool owners a rebate up to $200 on the purchase of solar pool blankets. While the criteria vary in different localities, Western Australia, Queensland, Brisbane City Council, Isis Shire Queensland, Alice Springs Council, and Tamworth Regional Council NSW all have offers.