Pool heater

The Mighty Therm2 Pool Heater from Laars includes a three-way thermostatic mixing system that prevents internal condensation and has strong thermal efficiency.

08/08/2013


The Mighty Therm2 Pool Heater from Laars includes a three-way thermostatic mixing system that prevents internal condensation and has strong thermal efficiency. Courtesy: LaarsThe Mighty Therm2 Pool Heater from Laars is designed specifically for the replacement pool heater market and is available in seven sizes from 500 to 2000 MBH. The natural gas or LP-fired systems come standard with a built-in automatic mixing system to make sure low return water temperatures won't condense. The mixing system includes a three-way thermostatic mixing valve and a factory mounted and wired pump, allowing the Mighty Therm2 to handle return water temperatures as low as 60 F without causing internal condensation. The Mighty Therm2 Pool Heater’s features also include 87% thermal efficiency, ultralow (10 ppm) NOx  emissions, a wiring terminal strip for easy electrical troubleshooting, gas and water supply on right or left side, flexible Cat I or III venting, and suitability for indoor or outdoor installation.

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