Address:
Maitland, FL, USA
Phone:
1 877-368-6160

The "heart" of your pool.

Why do dual speed and variable speed pumps cost less to operate?

Typically single speed pumps are too big for your pool. Dual speed and variable speed pumps address this wasted energy as they can operate at different speeds. Running your pump at lower speeds for longer periods of time will cost you much less in operational costs than running your pump at a high speed for shorter periods of time.

The energy savings that are gained by replacing a single speed pump with either a dual speed or variable speed pump are based on an engineering principle known as the Pump Affinity Law. This principle states that the energy savings are disproportionately larger as you lower the speed of your pump.

If you reduce the RPMs of your pump by 50%, you don’t get a 50% energy savings... you actually get a 75% energy savings, and lowering your RPM by 66% gives you an 89% energy savings.

 

Conserve energy, water, time, and money.


Dual Speed Pool Pumps


 dual speed pool pump

 

  • Estimated cost savings of up to $900 each year.
  • Energy savings up to 75% versus traditional pumps.
  • Higher flow rates can allow for stepping down in pump horsepower for even lower cost and energy consumption

Variable Speed Pool Pumps


 variable speed pool pump

 

  • Estimated cost savings of up to $1,500 each year.
  • Energy savings up to 90% versus traditional pumps.
  • Dramatically quieter operation—as low as 45 db.
  • 8 programmable speed settings and built-in timer assure optimum speed and run times for maximum efficiency and savings.

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