Swimming pool dehumidifiers, air heating, pool water heating, active heat recovery results in 4 star treatment
Installation of the Heatstar Phoenix, to provide swimming pool dehumidification, air heating, pool water heating, active heat recovery to both air and pool water and fresh air ventilation.
The swimming pool system is designed to provide a modulated level of fresh air dilution to achieve an enhanced impression of freshness and to prevent build-up of chemical odours.
When you build a luxury pool and spa it is vital to ensure that the leisure environment and its heating, cooling and humidity levels are precision controlled to 4 star standards. Developers of the Lakeside Hotel and Spa on the Isle of Wight turned to Heatstar, who design and manufacture swimming pool environmental control systems.
The Lakeside Hotel and Spa is on the edge of a 20acre tidal lake amongst 17 acres of countryside designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is close to protected wildlife habitats.
The hotel and spa designers wanted all things green to be the theme. The Heatstar unit was the natural choice in keeping with the whole project’s low emissions policy. The unit selected was a special Phoenix 3000 Super+ system featuring the latest dehumidification heat pump technology and reduced energy active fan technology.
Heatstar’s involvement with quality projects like the Lakeside Hotel often comes about through recommendations or previous experiences. The developer who brought the project to fruition, Godshill Park Developments, had previous experience of using Heatstar products so had no hesitiation in specifying them.
Martin Sheaff the Facilities Manager at the Lakeside Hotel commented: “This was a quality new build to the exacting new Building Standards regulations so we needed a high spec, quality unit that was as reliable as possible in use – and that is exactly how it has turned out. The Heatstar Phoenix unit has been in use for about four years now and we have had no problems at all.”
The Phoenix provides dehumidification, air heating, pool water heating, active heat recovery to both air and pool water and fresh air ventilation. It is designed to provide a modulated level of fresh air dilution to achieve an enhanced impression of freshness and to prevent and build-up of chemical odours.
This case study is reproduced by kind permission of Swimming Pool News, where the case study first appeared. Photography courtesy of Lakeside Hotel & Spa.
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