Inground Pool Pump (Single Speed)
A single speed pool pump works at one constant speed to pump your pool’s water. As a result the electricity used will be constant. Single speed pumps operate at 3,450 revolutions per minute (RPM) and only have the option of being turned on or turned off.
We have single speed Hayward Super Pumps in stock in three different configurations.
There are too many Hayward Super Pump parts to stock but you can always shop at Hayward SPX1600S Cover Gasket Replacement for Hayward Superpump on amazon. Make sure to scroll to the bottom of the page for parts.Also feel free to compare our low prices on Superpumps.
Inground Pool Pump (Two Speed)
Two speed pumps have the ability to run on low speed or on high speed. When the pump is at low speed it will operate at 1725 RPM. The water will continue to circulate at a constant rate enabling proper sanitation of the water. When the pump needs more power for vacuuming or special water features, the pump can be switched to high speed running at 3450 RPM. The advantage of running at low speed is the savings in electricity. In low speed the gallons pumped in an hour is half, but the electrical usage is 25%. Two Speed pumps allow for an economical option to move the water in your pool. Also, be sure to check with your state and power company for money saving rebates.
At this time we cannot stock all the possible options of 2 speed pumps. We would suggest shopping Hayward SP2615X20 Super Pump 2-HP Max-Rated Single-Speed Pool Pump
Inground Pool Pump (Variable Speed)
Variable speed pumps are the newest in pool pump types. New technology permits the speed to be adjusted to the exact flow rate that is desired. The RPM can be set by the homeowner for the required use. Since the electrical usage can be optimized, the added expense of the pump will be paid for by the savings in electricity in a short time. Also some variable speed pumps offer a Safety Vacuum Release System (SVRS). SVRS is an anti-entrapment protection against entrapment. The 5 types of entrapment are listed below:
Hair can become entangled in an improperly covered drain.
Arms or legs can get lodged and may not be able to be pulled free from an improperly covered drain, even if the pumps are turned off.
Any part of the body that covers a drain can be held down by the suction.
Sitting on a drain with suction or a broken or missing cover can cause injuries or disembowelment.
Fingers, toes, and items such as jewelry or a bathing suit can become entangled
SVRS systems are required for all pools. The options are as follows:
Safety vacuum release system (SVRS) that complies with ANSI/ASME A112.19.17 or ASTM F2387; or
Suction limiting vent system; or
Gravity drainage system; or
Automatic pump shut-off; or
Drain disablement; or
Equivalent system that may be approved by the CPSC.