Heliocol Solar Pool Heating began production in 1977 and has grown to become a world renowned product. It can be found in over 30 countries in some of the world’s largest pool ownership regions and in some of the harshest climatic regions. Places like Arizona, Florida, Spain, South Africa, Brazil, Mexico and Israel.
Heliocol is the leading product of the Magen ecoEnergy Group - a world renowned polypropylene engineering and manufacturing company. Their heat exchange products, including solar pool heating collectors for heating swimming pools can be found in over 40 countries around the world.
Magen has manufactured Heliocol solar pool heating at the same factory since 1977 and has grown to become the world’s largest manufacturer of solar pool heating collectors. They were also the first solar pool heating manufacturer anywhere in the world to be certified as complying with ISO 9001-2000 Standard.
For over 10 years, their quality management system, implemented across their entire operation from design to manufacture to shipping, has been recognised by ISO certification auditors. Their latest certification – ISO 9001:2008 – continues the tradition of excellence they have long believed in; and the quality they deliver to pool owners around the world.
Heliocol was first introduced into Australia in 1995, Heliocol Solar Pty Ltd was established in Australia to ensure this same quality engineered product and service was delivered to pool owners around Australia. Since then, thousands of Australian pool owners now enjoy warmer pools and extended swim seasons thanks to their Heliocol solar heating system.
Heliocol is now an established leader in the Australian pool heating industry, providing design, analysis and installation expertise, and has become a chosen product for:
Corporate Headquarters are now located in Brisbane, with branch offices and warehouses in Sydney, Perth and Melbourne. Additional distributors are available in other state capitals and major regional areas.
Heliocol’s success around the world including Australia is due to: