Part # SP3007X10AZ
Hayward Super 2 Pump Features
Hayward Super 2 Pump Warranty
1 Year Housing
1 Year Motor and Parts
Hayward Super 2 Performance Data
|Pump Output (GPM) vs. Total Resistance To Flow (Feet of Head)|
|Model No. Max Rated||Model No. Full Rated||40 ft||50 ft||60 ft||70 ft||80 ft||90 ft|
Motor Performance / Amp Draw - Standard Pump Vs. Energy Efficient
I have a Hayward SP3007X10AZ pump for a fountain, but the motor size is unreadable. It is Serial No. 21111210052421013. Can you determine the HP by the Serial? If not, how can I determine the right HP?
Hi. Unfortunately, we can't only a Hayward representative who has access to serial number can. I can use the model to determine the motor size. You pump is a 1 HP Single Speed Hayward Super II Pump. The replacement motor is UST1102.
Hayward super pump II, Is there a difference in the seal plate with part number SPX 3020E and SP 3020E? what does the X stand for. My pump does not have the X in any part number. Thanks for your help. Gary
Hello Gary,This is a common misunderstanding. These two parts you mentioned are the same. The x denotes that it is a replacement part, hence why your original part does not have the x.
Would this be sufficient enough for a 10k gallon pool with a caretaker pop up head cleaning system?
To answer your question, you will need to determine the minimum gallons per minute (GPM) that is required to operate your caretaker pop up system. You will also need to know the feet of head (How Do I Calculate Feet of Head for My Pool?). Based on the motor model SP3007X10AZ you can reference the chart on the product page Hayward Super 2 Pump 1 HP Single Speed - SP3007X10AZ, you can determine the pumps output of GPM to see if it will be enough to operate the caretaker system.
What is the wattage at 230V for this pump? I need to replace my old 1HP pump and I'm debating between this one and the Raypak PS165VSP as they are at the same price after rebate from SRP. Any opinion?
Hi Cyril this pump consumes about 1.72 Killowatts per hour (kWh) the Raypak Variable Speed Pump averages about 1kWh. You will normally run your pump 8 hours so the Super II will use 13.76 kWh per day vs. the Raypak Variable Speed using 8 kWh per day. If you live in California energy costs are roughly .17 cents per kWh so the Super II will cost you $2.34 per day to run or $70.17 per month to operate. The Raypak Variable Speed will cost $1.36 per day to operate or $40.80 per month to run. The Raypak VSP Pump would pay itself back in about 6 weeks which seems like it would be the way to go.
(5 out of 5 stars) Great pump! Great Service!
Reviewed By: Laura O. from Massapequa, NY ()
Pump is quiet and powerful. Cut vacuming time in half. Large basket capacity is a treat. No need to empty 10x while vacuming. Loved that I could call and get technical help with out being pressured to buy...was delivered next day! Love this place!
(5 out of 5 stars) Minor problem with pump housing outlet.
Reviewed By: Skip B. ()
Pros: Quite-very powerful pump
Cons: Instuction manuals needs some improving.
InYo pool is a great company-fast delivery-quick responses to questions. Hayward should include in their manual better instructions on converting the pump from 230 to 120volts--had to go online to see graphics on how to connect the terminals.Hayward should also instruct clients to use a threaded "o" ringed Union fitting on the housing outlet--it works so much better.
(4 out of 5 stars) Pool Pump
Reviewed By: Kathy O. from Tulsa, OK ()
Pros: Arrived in short timely manner.
Salesman very helpful and was able to quickly answer questions and ensure that the pump being ordered had the correct inlet and outlet sizes for our application.
(4 out of 5 stars) Hayward Super2 Filter Pump
Reviewed By: Esther W. from Purcellville, VA ()
My first Hayward pump lasted 20 years, and I'm hoping this one will too. I like the larger basket and it was worth getting an extra 1/4 horsepower. Easy to install and working great!