Jandy Stealth Pump 1 HP Full Rate - SHPF10

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Part # SHPF10

By Jandy

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Part # SHPF10

Warranty 1 Year

Product Description

PureLine Prime Pump



The Jandy SHP Series incorporates our new "Quiet Technology" in every model. Leading edge impeller and diffuser designs deliver ultra-quick primes, superior performance, and whisper quiet operation. The SHP Series features a huge strainer basket (the largest available on the market today) to optimize hydraulic flow and maximize the debris holding capacity. Our clear lid and new 1/4 turn lock ring with easy-grip handles make cleaning easy, without the need for tools. Quick connect unions and double drain plugs make service and winterizing a snap. Long-term reliability is ensured by top of the line 303 grade stainless steel hardware and corrosion proof base.

Features:

  • High head, high performance pump

 

  • 2” quick connect full flow unions included

 

  • Largest basket available on the market

 

  • New "Quiet Technology" for super quiet operation

 

  • Full rated, Up-rated,and 2-speed models available

 

  • Energy efficient motors

 

  • Perfect for suction cleaner applications

Specs:

  • Voltage = 208-230
  • Amps = 9.6 - 8.8
  • Pipe Size = 2 - 2.5"
  • Overall Length = 32 5/8"


Jandy Stealth Specs

Product Specifications

HP:
1 HP
Volts:
115/230 V
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?     Asked on 7/23/2017 by

I currently have a jandy stealth shpf 1.0. I have never been happy with it. What are my replacement options

A     Answered on 7/25/2017 by InyoPools Product Specialist Lennox H.

Hi. You can use either the Century B2858 (standard) or the B2841 (EE) motor as a replacement for the SHPF1.0 pump. 

?     Asked on 12/21/2016 by SwampPool

Is this a direct fit? Will this pump replace my Jandy Stealth JHPU 1.0 (discontinued model) without having to alter the existing plumbing?

A     Answered on 12/21/2016 by InyoPools Product Specialist Adam Y.

Good afternoon SwampPool, Unfortunately, They are two different housings so you would not be able to just plug and play. You could just change the motor out if your housing is good condition. I would just recommend siliconizing the shaft seal in.

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