Viron Gas Heater
Viron's technology has been developed around a unique stainless
steel knitted mesh burner which fires downwards through multiple
layers of extruded finned tube through which the pool or spa water
passes. This unique burner utilises a fan which premixes gas and air
for perfect combustion, regardless of the installation or weather
The multiple layers of tubes (or heat exchanger) incorporate a unique bi metal
design of aluminium outer and fins and an internal of 316 stainless steel for
corrosion resistance to chemically treated pool and spa water.
The heat exchanger absorbs so much heat from the combustion process that
the flue gases condensate. This condensate is then collected and returned to
the swimming pool, via a patent pending process. The mildly acidic condensate also helps counter balance the
alkaline effects of most chlorines and salt chlorinators, reducing the need to add acid and balance your pool
The Genus IV electronic management system monitors pool and spa
water temperature, heat exchanger temperature, gas input and the
level of condensate produced all to provide the safest swimming pool
heater on the market.
Once your pool heater is within 1 degree of the desired (or set point)
temperature, the electronics turn down the firing rate of the heater to
exactly match the heat loss of your pool. This patent pending process
enables the Viron to achieve a remarkable efficiency of up to 97%
Increased energy efficiency means lower operating costs and reduced greenhouse
emissions. Viron significantly reduces CO2 emissions over both conventional gas
heaters and heat pumps. The condensation produced by the high energy efficiency
is collected and returned to the swimming pool, reducing water consumption and
helping to balance the pool or spa water pH.
The Genus Electronic Management system maintains exactly the desired temperature further reducing energy
consumption and creating the perfect environment for you to swim or enjoy a relaxing therapeutic spa.
Save Space and installation time.
of the size of conventional gas heaters. Smaller footprint, lower clearances from nearby structures, and a lower
height enable Viron to be installed in places heaters could never before fit.