Yes without a doubt they work, but depending on your situation. First let me explain how solar blankets work. The blanket is tinted blue and has air pockets it looks like the bubble packing material that everyone loves to pop, but you cannot pop this material because it is between 8-12 mils thick. The blanket is designed to do 2 things, first is heat the pool water by absorbing sunlight that heats the blanket. The water in turn cools the blanket. As this occurs the heat of the blanket is exchanged with the pool water. The more sunlight the pool gets the faster the pool will heat. On average with full sun you can expect a degree a day so in about 7-10 days you will have about a 10-degree increase. The other thing a solar blanket does is trap heat in the pool water. At night when it gets cool the pool water will begin to condense out of the pool that is the fog you see rising from the pool, this draws the heat out of the water. The solar blanket bocks this from happening so all that heat you built up will stay in the pool. So you get the heating during the day (the solar part of the equation) and you get the thermal protection at night (the blanket part of the equation). If you don't get much sun on the pool the blanket will not heat the pool. So the bottom line is no sun on the pool no heating effect from the blanket. Sun on the pool for at least 5+ hours you will get heat! If you have a heater on the pool, regardless of they type of heater, you will want a solar blanket to trap the heat in the pool. If you are using gas or electric heat the blanket should cut your heating cost in half. If you are using a solar panel you will need it to trap the heat in other wise you may not be able to maintain the temperature when it gets real cold. == Solar Cover Yes not only do they keep heat in your water they keep chemicals in also. During hot days they do heat the water. HOWEVER, in my opinion depending on how large your pool is you may find that dealing with this giant piece of bubble wrap is just too much work. The pool is supposed to be fun and I must say rolling it out, rolling it back up took so much work for me it just wasn't worth it.
Yes, they do.
Solar pool blankets are used to cover the swimming pool. The benefits of using solar pool blankets include passive heating, reducing chemical consumption, saving energy and money.
You can purchase pool blankets online from www.poolproducts.com or www.solarcovers.com. You can also purchase pool solar covers from www.doheny.com
Just like really blankets
It will explode.
They shouldn't do, if you keep it clean, and regularly chlorinate it.
You would not believe just how easy your job will be with a pool cover reel system. .... If it is installed correctly. k
It really depends if you are still getting sun rays.......
solar street lights work by a solar panel.
Yes they do :D
I like them. They are really pretty and strong, they are not as much work as well.
They are really expensive and need a lot of space to work.
no it can't unless you had a really hot light bulb
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solar energy can work in your home when you add solar panels to your roof.
Yes, definitely! The only thing is make sure to stir up the water everyday, otherwise only the top layer of water will heat up, leaving you with a "surprise" when you jump in
it has loads of oxygen packed up and microbes
Packing blankets are packing blankets. Really, you could just use old towels or blankets from your home. the key is just to use plenty of them and make sure that your piano is well protected. then be sure to have your piano tuned as soon as you place it.
bubble side down, smooth surface side up.
A solar pannel cant work at night because there is no sun. And a solar pannel needs sun to work.
There are plenty of blankets that come in all colors such as, cotton blankets, baby blankets, electric blankets and microplush blankets.
Greenhouse gases work the way blankets work, by keeping heat in.
Old blankets work fine if you are in extreme cold bring them inside. If it is just chilly hand/feet warmers under the blankets work fine as well.
The pic associated with this answer has nothing to do with a Solar Cover or Solar Blanket. It looks as if these are solar panels for electricity. Solar blankets look like a stronger version of bubble wrap. Their primary purpose when they are laid on the water (bubble side down) is to keep whatever warmth the pool water has in it from escaping into the cooler air at night. They are usually a light blue or clear in color. Clear allows more sunlight into the pool to heat the water better.
Yes, solar panels will work anywhere there is sunight.