Part # 342234
By Pentair Pool Products
Part # 342234
Warranty 1 Year (See Pentair Warranty Card)
Manufacturer Code CFII-N1-1F
Alternate Part #'s CFII-N1-1F
Challenger® High Flow pumps are designed to deliver increased flow rates needed in more demanding applications. And they deliver extra pumping power while minimizing energy use. These fiberglass reinforced pumps feature closed impellers and durable custom-molded thermoplastic components to meet the toughest operating conditions and keep on going. Thanks to a proprietary hydraulic design that’s been refined for over 40 years, the Pentair Challenger pump delivers superior performance using smaller horsepower motors that cost far less to run. For challenging applications where high flow rates are required, Challenger has set the industry standard for quiet, rugged reliability. Beyond efficiency, the top criteria for your pump should be long, trouble-free life and easy service which, Challenger pumps can give you year after year.
I have a Pentair pool pump Model CF II N1. I'd like to buy a replacement pump with variable speed. Can you tell me what I need? My pool is 42,000 gallons and the rated flow on the sand filter is 125 GPM
I HAVE A INGROUND POOL WITH WATER FOUNTEN DO I NEED A PUMP WITH HIGH PRESSURE PUMP OR HIGH FLOW PUMP
Yes, I would recommend a full rate, high pressure Challenger if you have a water fountain feature on your pool.
Now have a pinnacle PF11-P-3/4 pump which after many years have failed.
what would you recommend as a replacement pump ? Was thinking of going to a 1 hp pump
Hi Alan, The Pentair Challenger pump would be a good replacement. The Pentair Challenger 1 HP FR Pump (342234) has a total hp of 1.65 so you want to kane sure that you system can handle a pump this size. I would recommend watching our How To: Size A Pool Pump video to make sure that you get the correct size pump for your pool.
Just replaced my PAC pump and motor with the Pentair Challenger 1 HP, everything looks the same. But wire terminals are labeled different from the old pump. Can you tell me what color wire goes to what terminal?