Part # SP3207EE
Superior performance, energy efficiency and value are the qualities that you can depend on when it comes to the TriStar high performance pump by Hayward. The advanced fluid dynamic design optimizes the three essential pump elements to deliver superior flow, and energy efficiency creating a new benchmark in residential pool pumps. TriStar features the most energy-efficient hydraulics with a revolutionary motor-cooling design for an extended motor life. It's the first pump to feature a Tri-Lock cam and ramp strainer cover with a super sized, smooth, no-rib basket. This extra large leaf holding capacity extends the time between cleanings, giving you more time to relax and enjoy your pool. It also features a dynamic airflow for a quieter, cooler operation and it seamlessly retrofits to almost any existing filtration system. TriStar-Your High-Performance Pump Solution, only from Hayward.
I have a pump that needs to be replaced. SP3207Z1BER. The model number is worn but appears to be T63CXDCW-51. What is a proper replacement?
Hi, Steve. This Tristar SP3207EE is the complete replacement for the SP3207Z1BER.
How many volts or what size circuit breaker should be used on a tri star pump SP3207EE 3/4 HP and 1.39 THP
You would want a 20 amp circuit breaker to run most pool pumps.
Are all Hayward Tristar Pumps considered variable speed?
>No, The only variable speed TriStar pump is model#: SP322063EEV. This pump requires either the SP3220VSC - TriStar Energy Solution Control stand alone control, or the SP3220VSCAQL - TriStar Energy Solution Control for Pro Logic
(5 out of 5 stars) Great pool pump
Reviewed By: Mark V. from Geneva,fl ()
Pros: Quiet and ease of installation
Just received pump and installed it on my own. Installation was easy and took very little effort. Pump very quiet running and hopefully very energy efficient. I had an old pac fab pump that finally died and I'am glad that I made a decision to go with this pump. I really like the fact that you can easily remove the pump for service by just unscrewing the pipe from the intake and outflow housing.