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Infloor radiant around indoor swimming pool

I've never done one of these but have installed several pool heater/dehumidifier systems in the past. The pool and dehumidification system will provide most if not all of the heat you will need, so any radiant would be mostly floor warming, I would think. Use a floor sensor control.

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  • Mike Lampkin_2
    Mike Lampkin_2 Member Posts: 124
    infloor radiant around indoor swimming pool.

    I have a customer who is installing a new indoor swimming
    pool and wants infloor radiant around the pool area.
    Are there any issues to watch out for? The customer is
    planning on having a dry-o-tron dehumidifier installed
    and wanted to know if the infloor heating would be affected?
    Thanks for now....
  • Dan Peel
    Dan Peel Member Posts: 431
    Pool rooms

    You need to keep the air temp a couple of degrees above the water temp to minimize evaporation and condensation on windows. The use of a pool blanket is also a great energy saver. The last couple we've done we also included a secondary fan coil in the dryatron's air path and an HX for extra pool heat when required - all off the dryatron's second stage controls. Enjoy....Dan

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  • Mad Dog
    Mad Dog Member Posts: 2,595
    Email My buddy Jim Burke from Comfort Zone

    heating here on Eastern Long Island. He just did one. [email protected]. Mad Dog

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  • Cover the Pool

    You will need to cover the pool with something. An automatic pool cover would be the best. It will cut your dehumdification load by a bunch, save you 50% on heating, chemicals, not to mention safety. Radiant heat in the pool deck is a real plus, because it evaporates the standing water that is sure to accumulate, and it feels great! We have done quite a few, let me know if you need any additional info...
  • Mike Lampkin_2
    Mike Lampkin_2 Member Posts: 124
    Thanks guys.....

    for all of the good replies and have a good holiday season.
  • Radiant Wizard
    Radiant Wizard Member Posts: 159
    I have designed a few

    of these jobs. The radiant is primarily there for floor conditioning. Without a doubt you need to use a slab sensor. The dehumidification will take care of the actual heating of the space. The decision to make is whether you are going to utilize outdoor reset for the radiant. I would.
  • JOTI
    JOTI Member Posts: 2
    pool radiant

    i am starting to work on somthing similar an wonder if anyone has had any history with heating an entire pool with tubing in the slab. i am trying to work on the math for heat loss with the density of the water. i have talked to several people in the area and curiousity is high.
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