Hayward Super Pump 3/4 HP, 50 Hz, 220V - SP2605X751

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Model # SP2605X751

By Hayward Pool Products

  4.8 Average  

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Model # SP2605X751

Warranty 10 Year Warranty On Strainer Housing, 1 Year Warranty on Motor

Product Description

High Performance Hayward Super Pump Series

Hayward Super Pump Application:

  • In-ground pools of all types and sizes 100
  • In-ground spas  

Hayward Super Pump Features:

  • Self-priming (suction lift up to 8' above water level)
  • Exclusive swing-aside hand knobs make strainer cover removal easy
  • Lexan see-thru strainer cover lets you see when basket needs cleaning
  • Super-size 110 cubic inch basket has extra leaf-holding capacity. Load-extender ribbing ensures free flowing operation
  • All components molded of corrosion-proof PermaGlass XL for extra durability and long life
  • Heavy-duty, high performance motor for quieter, cooler operation
  • Service-ease design gives simple access to all internal parts  

Dual Speed Benefits:

  • The high speed and a low speed work together to maintain your pool.
  • The high speed is utilized for demanding conditions and periodic needs.
  • With the low-speed mode, expect up to 75% energy savings during normal operation.

Performance Data  

 

Pump Output (GPM) vs. Total Resistance To Flow (Feet of Head)

Model No. Max Rated

20 ft

30 ft

40 ft

50 ft

60 ft

70 ft

SP2600X5

55

45

29

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--

--

SP2605X7

67

58

47

31

--

--

SP2607X10

85

76

65

50

27

--

SP2610X15

97

90

80

67

50

10

SP2615X20

116

111

99

85

70

51

SP2621X25

109

109

104

95

84

69

 
Hayward Super Pump Overall Dimensions

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?     Asked on 10/8/2013 by Guest

How many hours per day should I run my pump?

A     Answered on 10/8/2013 by InyoPools Product Specialist Patrick P.

There are many factors to consider; bather load, gallons of water, pump horsepower, type and size of filter just to name a few. A good guideline is 8-10 hours a day. On the cooler days and early and late season, you can cut the run time down to 4-6 hours because there is usually less swimmers and cooler water requires less chemicals. In peak season, when it is the hottest, raising the run time to 10-12 hours per day will help to keep the pool clean and circulating during it’s time of heaviest use.

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