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SP In-Ground 1.5HP Single speed Inground Pool Pump 115/230V

Was: $690.00
Now: $590.00
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SKU:
H1572747
Condition:
New
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Weight:
35.00 LBS
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  • Stainless steel 1.5 HP motor shaft is constructed with a reinforced thermoplastic body for longer life and durability, with carborundum and graphite mechanical seals and components
  • Advanced engineering provides high efficiency and minimal noise
  • Meets or exceeds all CSA and ETL requirements
  • 115 Volts, have 2 inch union connections for both suction and discharge ports, have a convenient drain plug

MODEL # H1572747

WARRANTY 1 YEAR

ALTERNATE PART #'S SP3015X20AZ, W3SP3015X20AZ

 

Specifications

  • Ports: 2" Female
  • Nominal Motor H.P: 2.0 HP
  • Total HP: 1.5 HP
  • Rated Hydraulic HP (HHP): .877
  • W.E.F: 3.0
  • True Power Factor: .97
  • Voltage: 115/230
  • Amps: 17.8/8.9
  • R.P.M: 3,450
  • Suction lift: Up to 4.26’ above water level

Applications:

  • Inground Pools
  • Inground Pool & Spa Combinations

Features

  • Suction lift up to 4.26’ above water level
  • Large 2" Plumbing Ports
  • Voltage Switch for easy 115v or 230v wiring
  • Strainer basket cover removes easily for cleaning
  • Transparent strainer basket cover lets know when basket needs cleaning
  • All components molded of corrosion-proof reinforced thermoplastic for extra durability and long life
  • Drain plug for easy pump winterization
  • Mechanical seals are made from carborundum & graphite for long life and low noise
  • Motor shaft is stainless steel grade 304

Pump Plumbing 

There are many different ways a pool pump can be plumbed due to space requirements, existing plumbing, water features, etc... Due to these scenarios, we have listed some general best practices to adhere to when plumbing a pool pump. 

Piping  

  1. Larger piping sizes improve pool plumbing.  
  2. Piping on the suction side of the pump should be the same or larger than the return port. 
  3. Plumbing on the suction side of the pump should be as short as possible. 
  4. For most installations, it is recommended you install a valve on both the pump suction and return lines. This allows you to isolate the pump during routine maintenance. However, the valve,  elbow, or tee installed in the suction line should be no closer to the front of the pump than 5 times the suction line diameter.  

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