Jandy LXi heaters exceed environmental standards for Low NOx emissions. Lower emissions mean you can enjoy your pool with confidence, knowing your pool equipment is designed with the environment in mind. The Jandy Pro Series LXi comes automation-ready for easy integration with Jandy Pro Series AquaLink® controls and other control systems. Built-in freeze protection and exclusive "Maintain Temperature" function are also available.
LXi " The Next Generation in Heating Technology Integrating the most advanced features in every aspect " from superior hydraulic design, lightest and strongest composite material construction to a technologically innovative control system, the LXi brings the future of heating comfort to your pool.
- Highest efficiency rating in the industry to keep your pool heating costs low
- High efficiency C-F in heat exchanger is designed to lower operating costs and provide greater saving
- The feature rich control panel has a user-friendly backlit display and a simplified menu for ease of operation
- Low NOx, fan-assisted combustion and Hot Surface Ignition systems provide maximum performance in all weather conditions
- Built-in one-touch automation makes pool-to-spa switching simple
- Enables easy connection to Zodiac controls, and other pool/spa automation systems and automatic valve systems
- Smallest equipment pad footprint
- Communicates with the AquaLink® RS family of controls
- Fan assisted low NOx combustion
- Lightweight polymer headers
- Available in 250K, 300K and 400K BTU sizes
Frequently Asked Questions:
Question: Are heating appliances compatible with salt water chlorination? Answer:
For the last 20 years, Zodiac has been using a patented technology associating polyamides and titanium, both of which are totally free from the effects of corrosion. Today over 120,000 appliances have been installed without any corrosion defects. If a salt water chlorination method is being used, it may be important to install a check valve between the heater outlet and the salt water chlorinator, to prevent high concentrations of chlorinated water from back siphoning into the heater.
Question: Must my pool be covered (cover, rolling shutter...) or sheltered if it is to be heated?
Answer: No, it is perfectly possible to heat an "open air" pool without a cover or a shelter. The power and fuel requirements is similar to heating a house with the windows open! This is why we recommend the use of an insulating cover to limit heat loss to the open air when the pool is being heated. A covered or sheltered pool will reduce the heater power and fuel costs.
Brand: Zodiac Pool Systems