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Pool Oil Boilers

Pool Oil Boilers

We offer the Certikin Mark 2 Oil Fired Boiler as a form of pool water heating. This boiler benefits from 85% High Efficiency and output.
The most comprehensive oil fired pool and spa heater on the market. Certikin's oil fired swimming pool and spa heater has been designed and manufactured to provide both ease of installation, and highly efficient, reliable performance.


  • Easy to use diagnostic electronic controls with LED display
  • Fully tested and approved to OFTEC and EC standards
  • Complies with section L 2002 Building Regulations
  • Incorporates central heating facility
  • Suitable for use on salt water pools
  • UK based technical expertise
  • Designed to run with high efficiency, clean combustion and low noise level
  • Pre-plumbed and pre-wired for ease of installation
  • All Models fitted with Riello burners
  • Optional balanced flue kits, left, right or rear available for all models (28 sec Kerosene only)
  • Optional vertical balanced flue (no ventilation required)
  • Optional outdoor installation kit


  • 110,000 BTU / 32 kW
  • 180,000 BTU / 52 kW
  • 220,000 BTU / 65 kW
  • 280,000 BTU / 82 kW
  • (All nominal input ratings)

Pool Oil Boilers

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Oil heaters have long been used to heat swimming pool water. A few are available that have the pool water flowing directly through them and operate in a manner similar to the gas heater. In the main they are standard domestic or commercial boilers which are connected to the pool water via a heat exchanger. In this case the oil heater can either be the main house boiler with the heat exchanger added to the system in a manner similar to an additional radiator; or as a stand-alone boiler. In the latter case the boiler will need to be fully installed with either a header tank or expansion vessel and connected to the heat exchanger with a set of primary flow and return pipes. As with the gas boiler the flue and ventilation requirements are critical. Care must be taken when sitting the boiler to ensure that flues do not terminate close to windows, to boundaries, etc. Additionally stand-alone boilers will require connection to an oil supply whether existing or a dedicated tank.