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Hayward Pool Products Canada 2012 Hydraulics Seminar for Customer Service

Hayward Pool Products Canada 2012 Hydraulics Seminar for Customer Service

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  • Answers page 68 in 2003 Hayward Catalog

Hydraulics2012 Hydraulics2012 Presentation Transcript

  • Before We Get Started
    • Stephen Reed
    • Hayward Pool Products Canada
      • 604.730.8687
      • 604.730.8637
      • 888.238.7665
      • [email_address]
    • Thank-you for turning off your cell phone
    • HAYWARD is the leader in:
    • FLUID MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
    • Committed to the design & engineering of leading edge products.
    • Sophisticated manufacturing technology
    • Unparalleled quality assurance
    • Hayward offers strong & extended warranty
    • Hayward has been providing top quality products for over 75 years, continually delivering excellence .
  • Pumps & Circulation Introduction & Review System Components & Functions Introduction to Pump Components Components & Operation Motor Components & Operation Reading Motor Plates Measuring Performance Calculating Losses Measuring Friction losses Plotting Pump Curves Applying Calculations Sizing Pumps Measuring Electrical Performance Basic Troubleshooting Pump motors Pump & Filter sizing exercises
  • Hydraulics ' 'Why does the water flow"
  • Pool System CHECK VALVE CONTROLS FROM POOL TO POOL INLET CHEMICAL FEEDER OUTLET PUMP HEATER FILTER
  • Skimmer
  • Main Drain
    • What is HYDRAULICS?
    • The science of liquid at rest and in motion.
    • Hydraulics concerns the flow of water from the pool or hot tub through the system components and return to the pool or hot tub.
    • FLOW AND RESISTANCE TO FLOW
    • What are the variables in:
    • HYDRAULIC DESIGN
    • Properly sized pump
    • Distance of equipment from pool & resistance
    • Elevation difference of equipment from pool
    • Constant grade (SUCTION, PIPING)
    • Pipe size
    • What makes a pool;
    • CRYSTAL CLEAR?
    • GOOD CHEMISTRY
    • GOOD FILTRATION
    • GOOD CIRCULATION
  • THE PUMP (the circulator)
    • All fluid handling components resist flow.
    • Must overcome this resistance.
    • Must furnish the proper rate of flow.
    • The heart of your swimming pool system.
    • Draws water from the skimmer & main drain.
    • Removes larger debris through pump basket.
    • Circulates clean, heated, & sanitized water through the system.
  • Centrifugal
    • CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS
    • CHARACTERISTICS
      • Most common pool pump
      • Centrifugal force causes pumping action
      • Pump has only one moving part – impeller
    • TWO KINDS OF CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS
      • Self priming
      • Priming
    • SELF PRIMING PUMP
    • Has diffuser or priming chamber
    • Primes itself from water contained within the pump body.
    • Can operate above water level
    • Can handle/displace considerable amount of air.
    • Typical in-ground pump
    • PRIMING PUMP
    • Cannot handle air.
    • Should be installed in a flooded environment
    • Below water level
    • Typical above-ground pump
    • Impeller design
    • Open faced impeller.
      • Open faced impeller pump has functional adaptation to meet specific market need.
      • Impeller has exposed vanes to handle debris(pine needles)
    • Closed faced impeller.
      • Closed faced impeller pumps are efficient high performance quiet pump.
      • Meeting the needs of the average installation.
  • Motor Mounting foot cap screws Motor Mounting Plate Seal Plate Strainer Lock Ring Impeller Diffuser Union Nut Basket Lexan Strainer Cover Motor Cap Screws Seal Assembly Strainer Cover O-ring Union O-ring Diffuser O-ring Union Connector Pump Housing Drain Plug Mounting Base Mounting Base Adaptor Impeller Ring Seal Plate O-ring Match the numbers with the correct component definition
    • How to:
    • SIZE A PUMP PROPERLY?
    • WHAT IS THE? 1. FLOW RATE 2. TOTAL DYNAMIC HEAD
    • How to determine:
    • VOLUME OF WATER
    • WIDTH x LENGTH x AVG. DEPTH x 7.5
    • = VOLUME OF WATER IN GALLONS
    • 18’ x 36’ x 5.5’ x 7.5 = 26 730 gallons
    • Average depth = 8’ (deep) + 3’ (shallow) / 2 = 5.5’
    • Number of gallons in a cubic foot = 7.5
    • Equation overcompensates for dirty filter pressure rise of 8-10 lbs.
    • 1 gallon = 3.8 litres
    • How to determine:
    • VOLUME OF WATER
    • RADIUS x RADIUS x 3.14 x AVG. DEPTH x 7.5
    • = VOLUME OF WATER IN GALLONS
    • 12’ x 12’ x 3.14 x 4’ x 7.5 = 13 565 gallons
    • 24’ round pool / 2 = 12’ radius
    • PIE of circle = 3.14
    • Number of gallons in a cubic foot = 7.5
    For a round pool
    • How to determine:
    • VOLUME OF WATER
    • (A WIDTH + B WIDTH) x LENGTH x 0.45 x AVG. DEPTH x 7.5
    • = VOLUME OF WATER IN GALLONS
    • (16’ + 10’) x 32’ x 0.45 x 5.5 x 7.5 = 15 444 gallons
    • Number of gallons in a cubic foot = 7.5
    For a free form pool
    • How to Determine:
    • TURNOVER RATE
    Once the pools total volume has been calculated, the next step is determine how fast the water must be circulated in G.P.M.s to meet clean & safe water standards. NSPI standard for residential pools calls for 1 turnover every 12 hours. A better standard is 1 turnover every 8 hours.
    • How to Determine:
    • TURNOVER RATE
    VOLUME OF WATER REQUIRED TURNOVER (HR) x 60 min = G.P.M. 26 730 gal 480 minutes (8 HR x 60min) = 56 G.P.M. (FLOW RATE)
    • How to Determine:
    • TOTAL DYNAMIC HEAD
    FRICTION HEAD LOSS INPUT + FRICTION HEAD LOSS OUTPUT =TOTAL DYNAMIC HEAD (TDH)
    • FRICTION LOSS INPUT
    • Pipe & fittings – contain & direct flow
    • Valves – control flow
    • Main drain – input flow from bottom of pool
    • Skimmer – input flow from surface of pool
    • Cleaner – cleans debris in pool
    Note: When calculating the friction loss of pipelines that are in parallel, only the the pipeline containing the greatest resistance is added.
  • Friction head loss - PIPE
    • Factors affecting friction head loss in pipe
    • GPM flow rate
    • Type of pipe (smoothness)
    • Diameter of pipe.
    • Direction changes.
    • Dimension changes.
    • Length of pipe.
    • The speed at which the water flows through the pipe is called
    • VELOCITY. This is normally expressed in FPS (Feet per Second).
  • Types of Pipe
    • Best Choice
    • 20% more restrictive
    • 30% more restrictive
    • 40% more restrictive
    GALVANIZED FLEX PVC COPPER
  • Diameter of Pipe
    • 1 ½” pipe can only handle ¼ of the flow as 3” pipe
    • Use pipe sizing charts to size multiple pipes.
    • E.g. 1 ½” pipe = 55 g.p.m., 3” = 171 g.p.m.
    3” 1 ½”
  • Air Lock Keep suction pipes below the suction port of the pump. Always position pump on highest run of pipe. NEVER – Lift the pipe to overcome an obstacle. Airlock
  • Cavitation
    • Allow 4 times the pipe diameter between the suction port
    • and the first fitting.
    Cavitation
  • Atmospheric Pressure 5’ lift @ 5000’ 6’ lift @ 4000’ 7’ lift @ 3000’ 8’ lift @ 2000’ 9’ lift @ 1000’ 10’ lift @ Sea Level 4.225 8.845
    • Atmospheric pressure on the surface of the water is necessary for the pump to operate. As the elevation increases the pressure decreases.
    • Static suction lift is the measurement from the centre of the pump impeller to the surface of the water.
    • As long as the static suction lift is 5’ or less the system will be balanced.
    Atmospheric 14.7 PSI or 33.9 ft of head @ sea level
  • Balance “ H” Floor Return Pattern Looped Piping Skimmers or Returns Balance the flow by looping the plumbing or tying in at the centre and branching an equal distance in each direction.
  • Friction head loss – Length of Pipe 1 ½” (2”) smooth sch. 40 PVC per 100’ 8 FPS Suction/10 FPS Return (NSPI) Increase pipe size on long plumbing runs…don’t increase H.P. G.P.M. VELOCITY F.P.S. FRICTION HEAD LOSS 30 4.85 (2.93) 5.53 (1.62) 40 6.47 (3.90) 9.43 (2.75) 45 7.27 (4.39) 11.73 (3.43) 50 8.08 (4.88) 14.25 (4.16) 55 8.89 (5.37) 17.12 (5.00) 60 9.70 (5.85) 19.98 (5.84)
  • NSPI Velocity Regulations 8 FPS Suction/10 FPS Return Pipe Size pvc Suction Line Return Line 1 ½” 50 gpm 65 gpm 2” 85 gpm 105 gpm 2 ½” 125 gpm 150 gpm
  • Friction head loss: FITTINGS SIZE As equivalent length of straight pipe 1 ½” 2” GATE VALVE (OPEN) 1.2’ 1.5’ BALL VALVE (OPEN) 0.8’ 1.0’ ELBOW (90) 8.0’ 9.0’ ELBOW (45) 3.0’ 4.0’ TEE (RUN) 6.0’ 7.0’ TEE (BRANCH) 13.0’ 17.0’ SWING CHECK VALVE 9.0’ 11.0’ COUPLING 3.0’ 3.0’
  • Friction head loss: SKIMMER & MAIN DRAIN1 ½” (2”) G.P.M. SKIMMER MAIN DRAIN 40 3.0 (2.0) 2.2 (0.7) 50 4.0 (3.0) 3.0 (1.5) 60 5.0 (4.0) 3.8 (2.3) 70 (5.0) (3.1) 75 (5.5) (3.5) 80 (6.0) (3.9)
  • Anti-Entrapment
    • “ T” the main drains with 3’ in between
    • Anti-Vortex cover
    • Vacuum breaker
    • Friction head loss: CLEANER
    • INPUT: Suction side cleaner
      • The Navigator
      • Kreepy Krauly
      • Baracuda
    • OUTPUT: Pressure side cleaner
      • The Viper
      • Polaris
    • FRICTION LOSS OUTPUT
    • Pipe & fittings – contain & direct flow
    • Valves – control flow
    • Filter – removes solids from flow
    • Heater – maintains desirable temperature
    • Feeder – sanitizes water
    • Return – output flow back to pool
  • Friction head loss: FILTER FILTER: 6.9 Ft of head NSF RATING Valve 1 1/2” 2” Multi Port 40-60gpm 9.0 4.0 Multi port 70-80gpm NR 10.0 Push Pull 40-60gpm 6.0 5.0 Push Pull 70-80gpm NR 6.0
  • Friction head loss: HEATER “ ” H” Series ALL SIZES 60 gpm 7.51 70 gpm 9.25 80 gpm 11.55 90 gpm 13.86 100 gpm 15.48
    • Friction head loss: FEEDER
    • Chlorinator / Brominator
    • Salt / Chlorine generator
    • ALL FEEDERS SHOULD BE INSTALLED WITH A BYPASS.
  • Friction Head loss: RETURN GPM ½” ¾” 1” 10 4.15 .82 15 9.34 1.85 .58 20 16.61 3.28 1.04 25 5.13 1.62
    • Friction head loss: FEATURES
    • WATER FEATURES
      • Negative edge pools
      • Water falls
      • Slides
      • Fountains
      • In-floor cleaning systems
    Restrict flow at the top of a waterfall…not at the pump.
    • With the addition of a spa and the frequency of 1 pump systems the turnover is not as important as the spa jet requirement.
    • If the requirement of the Spa exceeds the pool by more than 20%, a two pump system should be considered.
    • Most spa jets are rated between 10-15gpm
    Spa Turnover
    • What is: TOTAL DYNAMIC HEAD?
    TOTAL FRICTION HEAD LOSS INPUT + TOTAL FRICTION HEAD LOSS OUTPUT = TOTAL DYNAMIC HEAD (TOTAL RESISTANCE TO FLOW)
    • How to Determine:
    • TOTAL DYNAMIC HEAD
    NEW INSTALLATION SWIMMING POOL
    • 18’x 36’ pool w/ 8 hour turnover
    • VOLUME = gallons
    • Flow Rate = G.P.M.
    • 1 skimmer
    • 2 main drains
    • 2 returns
    • 1 dedicated suction line w/Cleaner
    • TOTAL POOL SYSTEM
      • Pump, filter, heater, chlorinator
    56 26 730
  • Friction head loss INPUT Feet of Suction PIPE 2” 40’ Pipe equivalent FITTINGS 2” 64’ TOTAL 104’ Friction head loss G.P.M. FACTOR per 100’ 5.00 ACTUAL TOTAL 5.2 Friction head loss MAIN DRAIN 1.90 Friction head loss SKIMMER 3.50 Friction head loss CLEANER 0 TOTAL FRICTION HEAD LOSS INPUT 10.42
  • Total Friction Loss OUTPUT Feet of Return PIPE 1 ½” 80’ Pipe equivalent FITTINGS 1 ½” 80’ TOTAL 160’ Friction head loss G.P.M. FACTOR per 100’ 17.12 ACTUAL TOTAL 27.39 Friction head loss FILTER VALVE 4.0 Friction head loss FILTER 6.9 Friction head loss HEATER 7.0 Friction head loss SANITIZER 0 Friction head loss RETURNS 2.0 Total Friction head loss OUTPUT 47.29
  • TOTAL DYNAMIC HEAD Total friction head loss INPUT 10.42 Total friction head loss OUTPUT 47.29 TOTAL DYNAMIC HEAD = 57.71
  • Finding the right pump for the Job. Max Flo 1½ HP
  • Finding another pump for the Job. Super Pump 1½ HP
  • Finding yet another pump for the Job. Super II 1 HP
  • … and yet another pump for the Job. NorthStar ¾ HP
  • G.P.M. vs T.D.H. SUPER II MODEL # 40ft 50ft 60ft 70ft 80ft 90ft SP3005X07A 52 43 30 13 - - SP3007X10A 78 67 56 38 - - SP3010X15A 96 87 73 60 36 - SP3015X20A 118 107 94 79 60 18 SP3020X25A 138 125 112 96 75 43 SP3025X30A 161 150 137 123 106 84
    • How to Determine:
    • TOTAL DYNAMIC HEAD
    NEW INSTALLATION SWIMMING POOLS
    • 1) 12’ x 28’ x 4’
    • 2) 16’x 32’ x 6.25’
    • 3) 20’ x 40’ x 6.5’
    • 8 hour turnover
    • Equipment is 20’ away and level
    • PVC 2” suction, 1 ½” return
    • 1 skimmer (2)
    • 1 main drains (2)
    • 2 returns (3)
    • TOTAL POOL SYSTEM
      • Pump, filter, heater, chlorinator
    • Suction – 4 90’s, 4 45’s, 2 valves
    • Return – 6 90’s, 4 45’s,
    WORKSHEET
    • How to determine:
    • TOTAL DYNAMIC HEAD?
    EXISTING SWIMMING POOL 1. VACUUM READING (IN. MERCURY) x 1.13 FT. OF WATER = FRICTION HEAD LOSS INPUT (VACUUM) FT. OF WATER 2. (FILTER CLEAN) P.S.I. x 2.31 FT OF HEAD/P.S.I. = FRICTION HEAD LOSS OUTPUT(PRESSURE) FT. OF HEAD 1 PSI = 2.31 feet of head 1 Hg”= 1.13 feet of head
  • Suction Side certain restrictions apply ¾ HP 4.5 – 5.5 ft of head 1 HP 7 – 9 ft of head 1 ½ HP 10 – 12.5 ft of head 2 HP 13.5 – 16 ft of head 3 HP 14.5 – 17 ft of head
  • Pump Curve
    • Volume in G.P.M.s vs Resistance in T.D.H.
    • Actual Curve
    • Table
    Note: Because of the diversity of manufacturing techniques and design, all pumps of same horsepower will not produce same G.P.M.’s at a given Total Dynamic Head.
  •  
    • TYPICAL PUMP CURVES
    POINT OF OPERATION PUMP HEAD CURVE SHC TDH (FT. HEAD) FLOWRATE(GPM)
    • HIGH HEAD LOW HEAD
    PUMP A PUMP B PUMP C PUMP D TDH FT. HEAD FLOW RATE (GPM) POINT OF OPERATION POINT OF OPERATION
  • Schematic
  • Troubleshooting
    • PUMP WON’T PRIME
      • Insufficient water in the pump
      • A Plugged pump impeller
      • A multiport valve in closed position
    • PUMP TROUBLESHOOTING
    • Leaking Pump
      • Defective seal – replace seal
      • Defective strainer lid o-ring – replace o-ring
    • Low Water Flow
      • Leaves in baskets – Clean out baskets
      • Dirty Filter – Backwash filter
      • Impeller worn – replace impeller
      • Pump too small – Calculate proper pump size
      • Vertical suction too high – lower pump
    • Noisy pump with air bubbles from return
      • Air leak in influent line – find and repair leak
    • Pump running slowly
      • Insufficient electric voltage – Check voltage +/- 10 volts
      • Loose electric connections – Disconnect power & tighten
    • Motor hums but doesn’t start
      • Plugged impeller – Clear debris from impeller & spin
  • Safety
    • When servicing a pump what is the first thing you should ensure.
    • Trip the breaker!
    • Cavitation
    • WHAT IS IT?
      • Pump operating in a “starved” condition.
      • OUTPUT LEVELS EXCEED INPUT
    • SYMPTONS
      • Rumbling (sand or bubble noises in valve)
      • Air pockets in pump basket
    • CAUSES
      • Flow much higher than efficiency curve.
      • Suction lift higher than recommended.
      • Plumbing restrictions (too many elbows)
      • Undersized suction pipe.
    • SOLUTIONS
      • Reconfigure pump & piping
      • Downsize pump
    • Reverse Flow
    • WHAT IS IT?
      • The reverse flow of pool water that causes a pump and motor to turn in the wrong direction.
    • SYMPTONS
      • Badly stripped threads and loose impeller.
    • CAUSES
      • A bubble of air is caught in the filter.
      • Power is then interrupted.
      • Water column between pump/filter reverses into discharge of pump
      • The pump is started at this moment.
    • SOLUTION
      • Always bleed air from filters on new installations.
      • Frequently check for air leaks.
      • Remind customers to keep filters clean.
      • If 3 phase, switch any two power leads.
    • Low flow or Noisy pump
    • Make sure ALL valves are open.
    • Clean pump basket & backwash filter.
    • Inspect and tighten everything.
    • Check for leaks in suction line.(bubbles in return lines)
    • Check for clogged impeller.
    • Check for blocked suction line.
    • Check for causes of cavitation.
    • Check for correct motor voltage.
    • Check for blocked discharge line
    • Check for undersized piping
    • Check motor bearings.
  • Attention:
    • Contrary to popular belief, motors do not run on electricity. They run on pre-installed smoke, electricity is what keeps the smoke in.
    • If the SMOKE GETS OUT, the MOTOR is NO GOOD !
  • Motor Types
    • Pump overheating
    • Voltage at the electrical terminals
    • Motor ventilation
    • Humid environments
    • wiring
    • Split Phase
      • Used on circulation pumps
      • No capacitor
    • Capacitor Start
      • Capacitor adds faster & stronger torque with
      • 150% high current surge.
    • Capacitor Start/Capacitor Run (CSR)
      • Energy Efficient
      • Second capacitor minimizes heat build-up during
      • running.
    • 3 Phase
      • 6 motor leads, no capacitors
      • Commercial only
      • Low amperge & wattage
  • Motor Diagram
  • Motor
  • WARNING: Electrical Hazard. Failure to follow instructions can result in serious injury or death . !
    • Disconnect power supply before servicing.
    • All electrical connections must be
    • performed by qualified personnel in
    • compliance with applicable electrical codes.
    • A ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI)
    • must be installed as required by electrical codes.
    • Keep fingers and foreign objects away from openings and moving parts.
    • Motor must be suitable grounded. Connect
    • ground wire to green grounding screw and
    • for cord connected units use properly grounded units.
    • Use motor bonding lug to connect motor with other bonded parts using (a #6 AWG conductor in Canada) as required by electrical codes
    • Replace all covers before operation.
    • Power source must agree with nameplate.
    230 V CONNECTION IS SHOWN TO CHANGE TO 115V. MOVE THE BLACK PLUG TO ALLIGN THE ARROWS AT THE 115v LOCATION. USE THE COPPER CONNECTIONS ONLY. INSTALL MOTOR WITH VENTS DOWN. A.O. SMITH TIPP CITY, OH, 45371 MODEL C48J2N131B1 SER 8L00 HP 3/4 KW .55 VOLTS 115/230 RPM 3450 AMPS MAX. 11.0/5.5 LOAD HZ 60 SF 1.0 FR 56J PH 1 THERMALLY CET69ABM AMB 50 C PROTECTED ENCL TYPE UAC DUTY CONT. CODE J INSUL B CLASS SP1605Z1M UR MOTOR ASSEMBLED IN MEXICO SA
  • Legend
    • A.O. SMITH – Motor manufacturer
    • MODEL – identifies motor type and electrical characteristics.
    • SER – This code indicates month, year & day the motor was made.
    • HP – Nominal or advertised horse power of the motor.
    • KW – Kilowatts
    • VOLTS – Most pumps are dual voltage, if 230v are applied when 115 –fried
    • AMPS – Maximum amount of amerage drawn when operating at full. Value to which all circuit brakers, fuses, and wire must be sized.
    • RPM – 3450 RPM is standard speed for motors. 1750 for 2 speed energy efficiency.
    • HZ – Hertz is the term for cycle frequency of alternating current (AC). 60HZ Europe
    • SF – Service factor is a multiplier when applied to HP indicates safe operating HP at which the motor can be loaded for continuous duty operation.
    • FR – Motor frame size. Distance from centre of motor shaft to the base of motor mount multiplied by 16. Eg 3” x 16 = a 48 frame
    • PH – All residential installation are single phase, commercial 3- phase with 6 wires.
    • THERMALLY PROTECTED – safety device that shuts off motor if internal temperature becomes too hot. Motor will re-start when motor cools.
    • AMB – Maximum ambient temperature of surrounding motor should be subjected to.
    • ENCL TYPE – Electrical type capacitor start.
    • DUTY – Motor is can operate on a continuous basis at its rated load without a break.
    • CODE – letter designation for locked rotor kVA per HP as measured at full voltage.
    • INSUL CLASS – Insulation class designates temperature it can withstand.
    • C.S.A . – emblem indicates the motor is constructed in accordance with standards.
    • UR – Underwriters Laboratory (UL) component recognition 1081 for pool/spa pumps.
    • PART NUMBER – Pump manufacturer part number of motor.
    • How do we rate pumps?
    • The rating plate includes 3 things:
        • HORSEPOWER
        • SERVICE FACTOR
        • REVOLUTIONS PER MINUTE (R.P.M.)
    • HORSEPOWER
    • Motor drives impeller
    • Determined by vane width & diameter
    • Always different
    • THE SERVICE FACTOR?
    • All manufacturers offer MAX-RATE and FULL RATED motors.
    • The service factor(SF) is a multiplier against the horsepower which indicates the maximum permissible load(MPL).
    • IT IS THE MAXIMUM SAFE OPERATING HORSEPOWER AT WHICH THE MOTOR CAN BE LOADED FOR CONTINUOUS USE.
    • Max-rated motors
    • EXAMPLE
    • FULL RATE 1.0 HORSEPOWER PUMP HP X SF = MPL 1.0 X 1.65 = 1.65
    • MAX-RATED 1.5 HORSEPOWER PUMP HP X SF = MPL
    • 1.5 X 1.1 = 1.65
    FULL RATED MAX RATED HP SF MAX HP HP SF MAX HP 1/3 1.95 0.65 1/2 1.30 0.65 1/2 1.90 0.95 3/4 1.27 0.95 3/4 1.65 1.25 1 1.25 1.25 1 1.65 1.65 1 1/2 1.10 1.65 1 1/2 1.47 2.20 2 1.10 2.20 2 1.30 2.60 2 1/2 1.04 2.60
    • R.P.M.s
    • All motor R.P.M.s are 3450 on high speed
    • All motor R.P.M.s are 1725 on low speed
    • Reduces electrical consumption
    • Alternative to on/off operation
    • Electrical savings of 60%
    • Flow drops by 50%
    • Head pressure drops by 75%
    • Horsepower drops by 85%
    Low Speed
    • BASIC ELECTRICITY
    • AMPS x VOLTS = WATTS
    • WATTS x HOURS USED / 1000 = KWH
    • KWH x 0.6 PER KWH = COST
    • COST FOR SP2607
    • SINGLE SPEED, 230 VOLT
    • 7.1 AMPS x 230 VOLT = 1633 WATTS
    • 1633 WATTS x 24 HRS /1000 = 39.19KWH
    • 39.19 x $0.0701 = $2.75 PER DAY $19.23 PER WEEK $76.92 PER MONTH $384.60 PER SEASON (5 MONTH SEASON CALCULATED)
    • PUMP COMPARISON
    • PER DAY COSTS
    • SP2605 SINGLE $2.14
    • SP2610 SINGLE $3.61
    • SP2607 SINGLE $2.76
    • SP2607X102 DUAL $1.21
  • Motors
    • Shade the motor from the sun.
    • Provide ample cross ventilation.
    • Protect the motor from lint, etc., that can plug ventilation holes
    • Keep motor and surrounding area clean.
    • Avoid sweeping or stirring dust near the motor while it is running.
    • Avoid storing or spilling any chemicals near the motor.
    • Provide protection from rain, snow, etc by erecting a pool shed.
    • Do not wrap or cover up motor with anything.
    • Locate pump on slight elevation so water will not puddle nearby.
    • Avoid splashing water on motor.
    • Repair any leaks or pump seals promptly.
    • Avoid locating motor in a humid area.
    • Assure proper voltage at the motor terminals.
    • Ensure motor is properly grounded and complies with codes.
    • See that your pump turns freely before starting motor.
    • Totally Hayward
        • The Totally Hayward System approach has been used in the design and manufacture of Hayward’s circulation pumps, with consideration of the other pool system components starting at the design phase and extending through the final assembly of the product.
    • HAYWARD PUMPS
    • Max-Flo
    • Max-Flo Ultra
    • Super Pump
    • Super II
    • TriStar
    • EcoStar
    • Ultra Pro
    • Matrix
    • Ultra Max
    • Turbo Injection
    • TurboFlo III
    • THE SUPER PUMP
    • Super sized housing - PermaglassXL
    • ADVANTAGE
      • Extra air handling & rapid priming
      • Durable & non-corrosive
      • 10 year warranty on housing
    • BENEFIT
      • Extend cleaning cycle of basket allowing for continuous operation of pump.
      • Less maintenance for your customer.
    • RESULT
      • Peace of mind
      • More time to enjoy pool
    • Heat resistant seal – Ceramic #203
    • ADVANTAGES
      • Long life of seal
      • Insulates motor from wet end
      • Fresh or salt water applications
    • BENEFITS
      • Saves money on repair costs
      • Safety
      • Versatility
    • Swing aside hand knobs
    • ADVANTAGES
      • Easy & quick removal of strainer cover
      • No removal tools needed
    • BENEFITS
      • Less maintenance time
      • No hidden costs
    • “ Clear-View” strainer cover - Lexan
    • ADVANTAGES
      • Allows visual inspection pump basket debris
      • Allows visual inspection of water flow
    • BENEFITS
      • No unnecessary removal of cover
      • Easy to monitor priming of pump
    • Service ease design
    • ADVANTAGE
      • Easy & quick access to internal parts
    • BENEFIT
      • Saves time & money
    • ADVANTAGE
      • Same performance curve as the Super Pump
      • Smaller leaf holding capacity
    • BENEFIT
      • Less money
      • Good replacement pump
    MAX-FLO
    • SUPER II
    • ADVANTAGES
      • 180 cubic inch basket – bigger & better
      • Threaded lid design
      • High head pump
      • Quieter motor operation
    • BENEFITS
      • Free flowing operation handling more debris
      • Meets pressure testing standards
      • Moves more water
      • A pump should be seen not heard
    • The TriStar
    • STAR WET-END
    • ADVANTAGES
      • 220 cubic inch basket with load extender ribs.
      • Quad lock design “Clear-View” strainer cover.
      • High profile base.
      • One piece molded PermaGlassXL construction.
      • CPVC union connections
    • BENEFITS
      • Free flowing operation handling more debris
      • Easy & quick access to strainer basket.
      • Keeps the NorthStar above the elements.
      • Helps deliver the water volume you need for extras.
      • Installation & service = FAST & EASY
    • NORTHSTAR MOTOR
    • ADVANTAGES
      • Quiet operation (lowest decibel level)
      • Energy efficient.
      • PermaCoat anti corrosive coating.
      • No tools servicing.
      • Exclusive design.
      • Larger #304 seal. Double seal drive train bearing.
    • BENEFITS
      • Yours customers will sleep peacefully.
      • High flow, low watt usage & saves money.
      • Durable & long lasting.
      • Easy & quick access to drive train, basket, unions, & drain plugs.
      • Runs 20% cooler and ready for extended use.
      • Better seals with notch to prevent bearing creep.
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