Star Clear Plus 90 Sq Ft. Filter 2 Inch Ports - C9002

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Model # C9002

By Hayward Pool Products

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Model # C9002

Warranty 1 Year

Product Description

Hayward star clear plus cartridge filter offer added quality, value and convenience in cartridge filtration. Featuring a precision-engineered extruded core design, they provide for maximum water flow and superior filtration, while reducing energy costs.  

Constructed of high strength PermaGlass XL material they offer unparalleled performance and durability, and include a 10 year warranty.

Easy to clean cartridge filter element, with extra dirt holding capability. Engineered for durability and long life.

Applications:

  • In-ground pools
  • In-ground pool/spa combinations

Features:

  • New PermaGlass XL™ filter tanks made from extra durable glass reinforced copolymer material to meet the demands of the toughest applications and environmental conditions, including in-floor cleaning systems
  • Single piece injection-molded base and body provides added strength for reliable, corrosion-free performance
  • Single locking knob securely fastens head to filter tank, eliminating bolts or clamps
  • Attractive, durable filter head may be rotated to conveniently position pressure gauge and manual air relief
  • Extra-large cartridge element with new precision engineered extruded core provides extra strength and maximum flow
  • Elevated, filtered water collector and debris sump prevents accidental by-pass of heavy debris to pool when cartridge is removed for cleaning
  • 1 1/2" or 2" FIP or 2" SKT connections for plumbing versatility
  • 1/2" FIP filter drain for fast draining. Also accepts standard spigot valve

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Product Specifications

Port Size:
2 in.
Flow Rating:
90 GPM
Filtration Area:
90 sq. ft.
Turnover 8 Hrs.:
43200 gal.
Turnover 10 Hrs.:
54000 gal.
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?     Asked on 5/3/2017 by

Do you sell a filter body that holds a 28 1/2 " H 9" deep with a 4" center hole. I am trying to replace a sta-rite pxc125. Also need 2" inlet and outlet.

A     Answered on 5/3/2017 by InyoPools Product Specialist Scott W.

The cartridge on the Hayward c17502 has the dimensions you are looking for.

?     Asked on 5/2/2017 by

Do you sell a filter body that holds a 28 1/2 " H 9" deep with a 4" center hole. I am trying to replace a sta-rite pxc125. Also need 2" inlet and outlet.

A     Answered on 5/2/2017 by InyoPools Product Specialist Lennox H.

Hi. We do not have a complete filter that the PXC125 cartridge will fit into. You can use the Hayward SwimClear - C150S as a replacement.

?     Asked on 5/2/2017 by

What's the cartridge size.

A     Answered on 5/3/2017 by InyoPools Product Specialist Lennox H.

Hi. This filter uses a 90 sq ft cartridge.

?     Asked on 5/2/2017 by

What's the cartridge size.

A     Answered on 5/2/2017 by InyoPools Product Specialist Lennox H.

Hi. This filter uses a 90 sq ft cartridge CX900RE. The cartridge dimensions are 9" D x 17-3/8" H with a 4" D center hole.

?     Asked on 3/7/2015 by

Will this be sufficient for 14000 gal inground pool?

A     Answered on 3/9/2015 by InyoPools Product Specialist Robert M.

The C9002 would be sufficient for a 14,000 gallon pool. The maximum flow rate of this filter is 90 GPM.

?     Asked on 10/1/2014 by Guest

Are there specs on how many microns this filter is rated at? Is there available another filter that won't allow finer particles to pass through?

A     Answered on 10/1/2014 by InyoPools Product Specialist Patrick P.

As a rule, sand filters sift particles ranging from 20 to 40 microns in size.  Cartridge filters can sift particles as small as 10 to 20 microns in size.  DE filters can sift contaminants as small as 1 to 3 microns in size. This makes DE filtration at least five to six times more efficient than sand filtration systems.

?     Asked on 9/21/2006 by Guest

Does this come with the filter cartridge and gauges?

A     Answered on 9/21/2006 by InyoPools Product Specialist Patrick P.

This filter comes direct from the manufacturer and includes the cartridge and gauges.

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Difficulty

Est. Repair Time

4 to 8 hrs

Tools Needed

Adjustable Wrench

Old one was 17 years old. The sun had taken its toll. The pressure gauge port was cracked, the handle no longer screwed down tight on the center post.

Written on 3/31/2018 by Guest

I was replacing the pump, pump motor and filter unit all at the same time.
I took lots of pictures of the existing setup for reference before I started.
I used a saws-all to cut the pipe from the pool into the pump and the pipe from the filter back to the pool to remove the old unit.
I had purchased all of the PVC connections and couplings from the local big box store along with 8' of new pipe.
I purchased more of each piece then I planned to use, in case I screwed something up. I returned the extras when I was done. This saved me a trip in the middle of my installation!
I cleaned the ends of the pipes where I had just cut them off.
I then positioned all of the new equipment where the old equipment was located and quickly realized I needed to make some changes. I was using quick disconnect unions at all of my connections, the old system did not. They take up a little more room so the new filter would be slightly further away from the pump than the original.
I installed all four of the quick connect union pieces to the pump and filter.
I glued a quick connect to the pipe from the pool and connected it to the inlet of the pump to get the exact position of the pump set. I then measured and cut the pipe I would need to connect the pump to the filter and dry fit it all together. (Note, when dry fitting ensure that all connections are completely inserted in the couplings. After dry fitting it didn't line up. I cut my pipe down a bit to make it fit. I should have trusted my measurements. When I glued it up and the parts were fully inserted, I was short. This is where the extra pieces came came in handy.)
I continued to measure, cut, fit and glue all of the pieces until I was connected back to the return pipe to the pool.
I then wired up the pump with the existing wiring from the old system. (After inspecting and insuring is was the correct wiring for the new system.
I let the glue cure for the next 18 hours.
The next day I primed the pump and fired it up.
The new system has been running for a week now and my pool looks amazing.
It will be an nice change to not itch like crazy after cleaning the filter as the old system lid was like handling fiberglass because the finish was so damaged by the FL sun.
All in all it was pretty straight forward install that anybody with basic DIY skills could handle.

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