Just like your car needs regular servicing, so too does your swimming pool and its equipment. Regular maintenance not only ensures it always works at optimum level but also prevents small problems from turning into expensive ones.
Authorised Zane Dealers conduct annual health checks so that leaks are quickly repaired, debris is removed from the roof absorber, and controller settings are correctly calibrated – all of which can save you water and energy.
Book in before the busy season starts so you can sit back, relax, and enjoy summer with family and friends.
Why use a Zane Authorised Dealer?
Zane’s solar pool heating systems are only available from Authorised Zane Dealers. This not only ensures every system sold is correctly designed and installed but also serviced by specially trained inspectors.
Correct installation is critical if optimum system performance is to be achieved and the final result is visually pleasing. Consequently, Australian-made Zane is only available from Authorised Zane Dealers. This not only ensures every system sold is correctly designed and installed but also serviced by specially trained inspectors.
Authorised Zane Dealers routinely undertake intensive training to ensure they adhere to the company’s quality controlled design and professional installation practices. In addition, every Zane system is individually inspected with a comprehensive ‘Commissioning Report’ checklist. A Warranty Certificate is then issued by an Authorised Zane Dealer and officially registered on Zane’s central records.
A Zane Authorised Dealer is specially trained to perform the following duties:
||Provide the appropriate solar absorber to achieve the desired result.
||Position the solar collector in the best possible location, preferably a north-facing surface.
||Correctly size pipe work i.e. the manifold pipes feeding water to the solar absorbers, and the delivery and return pipes between the plant room and the roof.
||Correct install the hydraulic arrangement of all pipe work to ensure an even distribution of water to all points in the solar collector array, and eliminate airlocks.
||Provide adequate water flow to the solar collectors, which is a critical part of Zane solar system design. This involves inspecting the suitability of the existing filter pump and, if necessary, installing an additional circulation pump.
||Install a vacuum relief valve in the correct location to allow the system to drain down, and to avoid damage from negative internal pressure.
||Install a non-return or check to prevent water draining back to the pool via the filter. This prevents filtered debris backwashed into the pool.
||Install a flow protection device if a separate solar circulating pump is required (see 5), which needs to operate in tandem with the filter pump.
||Supply an automatic solar controller to ensure the solar system perform to its full capability. If not, it is possible for a manually controlled system to overheat the pool to an undesirable level, or incorrectly cool the pool instead of heating it.
||Thoroughly test the system for leaks and correct solar performance, and then hand over to the owner with appropriate training and operating instructions.