The declared focus of EJ Bowman’s display (Stand U109) will be on helping customers save energy.
The company was used Spatex to help pool designers and operators find out how to achieve significant reductions on their energy costs and CO2 emissions by employing the latest Bowman heat exchanger technology – particularly in conjunction with solar heating and renewable energy sources.
Business development manager Kevin Howell says: “Rising energy costs mean many pool operators in the UK and Northern Europe are taking a fresh look at solar and other renewable energy opportunities as the primary heat source for their pools. The difference with Bowman solar heat exchangers is that they are specifically designed to maximise heat from the lower water temperatures generated by solar systems. By creating a more efficient flow cycle within our products, we are able to transfer heat energy much more efficiently from the heat source to the pool water circuit. The result is a range of products that achieve the required pool temperature in a fraction of the time taken by others, making solar heated pools a viable and sustainable option – even in the coolest British or Northern European climates.”
Bowman also offers a wide choice of units for conventionally heated pools, including 40–1000kW models in cupro-nickel and up to 320kW in titanium and stainless steel. The company says Bowman heat exchangers are suitable for all kinds of pools, including ‘resort type’ complexes, spa pools and hot tubs, and it offers a wide range of units to satisfy all requirements, from the smallest domestic installation up to the largest commercial requirements.