Model # 94223393
|Model No.||Filter Area||6 Hr Circulation
|6 Hr Circulation
|8 Hr. Circulation
|8 Hr. Circulation
Note: .375 GPM/sq. ft. based on NSF standards for commercial pool or spa applications. 1.0 GPM/sq. ft. based on NSF standards for residential pool applications
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I currently have a sand filter for inground 16x32 pool. If I were shopping for a cartridge filter, what size would I be looking for?
You would want to start by working with the gallons per minute rating that your current and filter can handle then locate the motor model, part or catalog number. With those two pieces of information just give us a call and we can try and recommend a cartridge filter that would suit your application.
Do you sell an item that is comparable to the Sher-120 Part #4666-122, 94223390 since that item is no longer available via your website
Hi Pat, I would suggest the Hayward C12002 Star Clear Plus 120 Sq. Ft. Filter as a suitable replacement for the Jacuzzi Sherlock 120 Filter. The Hayward is not a drop-in replacement as the plumbing ports are not in the exact same spot, so you may have some slight re-plumbing.
do you have this system for sale. Sherlok 120 filter. If not does the Sherlok 160 enter change with this system . Will the 160 work for my pool. 20,000 gallons
If you're looking to buy the whole filter the part number is 4666-122, the cartridge is part number NFC1401. The 160 is part number 4666-123 and a larger filter is never the bad. It's better to oversize on the filter than undersize. Bigger filter will last longer and won't have to clean as often.
Since this filter is no longer available, is their a replacement filter you would recommend?
Hi, we actually do have this filter availabe and in stock through this link here Jacuzzi Sherlock 120 Cartridge Filter.
Does this come with the filter cartridge and gauges?
This filter comes direct from the manufacturer and includes the cartridge and gauges.
2 to 4 hrs
Pliers, Adjustable Wrench, saw
Was challenging at first, do not know anything about replacing filters. With a little bit of common sense on where stuff was located on the old filter, just sawed the old pipes and reconnected. Leaked at first re-tightened the pipes and whaa la. New filter!