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Heat your pool this season not next.

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Want to keep your pool warmer for longer and enjoy swimming the entire year?

The Madimack Pool Heat Pump is Australia’s most trusted and efficient pool heating system. 

Let's face it, it's much nicer hopping into the pool when it's the perfect temperature.

You deserve a pool heating system that will add months to your swimming season and give your family the swimming enjoyment you expect.

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Too many families never get to experience the enjoyment of being able to swim in their pool the entire year!

The last thing you want is to:

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Madimack is the Australian Authority in Pool Heat Pump Technology

Innovation without compromise!

Our products are supported by market leading warranties and unrivalled customer service, which, along with a singleminded focus on ‘driving innovation without compromise’, guarantees our clients the very best in energy solutions.

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Our Pool Heat Pump Range

Elite V3

Heat Pump Series

Re-engineered from the ground up to deliver the most advanced residential pool heater in the Australian market.  Fitted with the latest inverter technology, the Elite V3 offers the highest efficiency levels, smallest installation requirements and quietest operational levels available.


Economic Heat Pump Series

Our Eco range of units are highly energy efficient pool heating systems, perfect for homeowners who are focused on minimising their utility bills.

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Need help working out which heat pump to buy?

Follow these easy steps:

  1. Calculate your pools water volume using length x breadth x 1.5 is a good approximation.

  2. What region do you live in so that we can factor in the different climatic conditions?

  3. How often do you want to use your pool eg; all year round or just an extended swim season or maybe 9 months of the year.

  4. We will tell you the correct sized heat pump for your pool based on your needs and your location.

  5. Get a great deal on your heat pump and enjoy your pool for longer.


3 Steps To Heating Your Pool And Extending Your Swim Season

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Buy Now

Once you know the correct size for your pool, go ahead and order your heat pump.

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Heat Your Pool

It’s easy to install by your favourite electrician and plumber. You will have a warm pool in no time.

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Extend Your Swim Season

Your investment creates the greatest return it possibly could, wonderful memories.

Frequently Asked Questions about Pool Heating

You will need a swimming pool heat pump if you want to be able to use your pool all year around, and not just during the summer months. You may want to use it for a dip during the spring, or continue a swimming exercise routine during the winter months. If that’s the case, a swimming pool heat pump is certainly for you.

Yes. Heat pump pool heaters use electricity to operate them, so your electricity bills will rise. However, you will save money on petrol and yearly maintenance costs which is what you will need to spend with a conventional fuel-based pool heater.

If you are living in an area that’s relatively hot most of the year, you’ll save even more money using a heat pump. Pump pool heaters are all about energy efficiency. Their performance levels change as the surrounding temperatures rise, thereby operating at a higher efficiency.

One unit will typically cost anywhere between $2,000 and $7,000 which includes the cost of installing the equipment. You will need between $50 and $150 to run the heat pump each month.

A pool heat pump is powered by electricity, whereas a pool heater will typically be heated by gas. A heat pump is designed specifically to capture the heat and move it to another place. It does not generate heat like a gas-powered pool heater does. A gas heater will use more energy than pool heat pumps as they create heat – they don’t transfer it. While both are great heating solutions, it’s important to choose which one is right for you.

Yes, swimming pool heat pumps will work in winter, but they will work harder. Once your pool has warmed up, it will continue to work with little trouble. However, your heat pump may automatically switch off if the air temperature drops below 7°C. This is to prevent damage from occurring to the machinery when the surrounding air becomes too cold.

It takes around 12 to 48 hours to heat up a swimming pool to 29°C. This is generally the preferred swimming pool temperature. This will of course depend on certain factors such as the size of your pool’s electric heat pump. The more kilowatts that are produced, the lesser the time it will take to heat.

There are a wide range of heat pump sizes to choose from. To work the right size you need for your pool, you’ll need to divide the volume of your pool by 2500. This would reveal the number of kilowatts you need, which will assist you when buying the necessary pool heat pump. For example, if you had a 20,000-litre pool, and you divided that number by 2500, you would get 8. Therefore, you would need a pool heater that can generate 8 kilowatts of power.

A good heat pump will last between 10 and 20 years without maintenance. But if you take good care of it and maintain it properly, it can last a lifetime

While not absolutely critical, it is best to keep your heat pump in a sunlit area. This is because the sun will increase the output of heat. If there are any strong winds, the air temperature can have an impact on the temperature around your pump and thereby the heat output.

It really depends on when you plan to swim. You should leave your heat pump on at night if you want to swim in the morning. This is because it could take at least 12 hours for your pool water to heat up, so you’ll need to have it running the night before.

But if you’re looking to save money, running your swimming pool heat pump all night is not a good idea. Your pool pump will work much harder at night simply because there is no heat from the sun. It’s generally better to run your heat pump at daytime as it can convert the warm air and channel it into your swimming pool.

Yes. There are many people who have solar panels on their homes that choose to buy a swimming pool heat pump. You can run your pumps on a timer at the same time that your solar panels are running, ad create a very effective solar pool heating system by doing so.

Your pool is a place where fun is created and memories built. Don't allow your swimming season to be shorter than it has to be. Get your pool heat pump today!

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