Hi-E2®

Proven Performance. Proven Durability.

Jandy Pro Series Hi-E2 Swimming Pool Heater—Proven Performance. Proven Durability.

The Hi-E2 sets the standard for pool heaters with a proven in-use record of over 20 years providing ultra-efficient heating with up to a 95% efficiency rating — which cuts operating costs by 15% or more*. Featuring a compact design, the Hi-E2 weighs in at 34% lighter than comparable heaters and with a 33% smaller footprint. The best option for retrofits, it’s easy to install, allowing for flexible indoor installation with direct PVC pipe connections. Made with durable and dependable corrosion-resistant materials and quality construction, the Hi-E2 is the most trusted high-efficiency heater in America.

*Versus 399K BTU heater with minimum DOE efficiency of 82%

Available for sale only at your local pool store. This product can not be purchased online.

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Features

  • 33% smaller footprint, 42% smaller in volume and 34% lighter than the leading competitor.
  • Direct connection of PVC venting and intake air provides flexible indoor installation with no additional parts
  • Up to 95%* heating efficiency rating which can reduce operating costs by 15% or more**

    *95% efficiency applies to certain models only. Other models have a 93% efficiency rating.
    **Versus 399K BTU heater with minimum DOE efficiency of 82%

  • Over 20 years of proven in-use performance

Frequently asked questions

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 is 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.
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 amount of fuel needed and reduce the operating cost. Example: A 400 square foot pool in Tampa, heated to 82F year round could save 50% on the heating bill just by keeping the pool covered for 20 hours a day. Interested in getting a cover for your pool to save money? Check out our Coverpool products www.coverpools.com