Part # P6RA6F206L
MAX-E-PRO PUMPS By Sta-Rite
SUPERIOR HYDRAULIC DESIGN MOVES MORE WATER, RESULTING IN LOWER ELECTRICAL COSTS
This new high efficiency, low maintenance pump is designed for maximum performance for the modern pool. Advanced state-of-the-art hydraulics means that Max-E-Pro delivers more water resulting in lower electrical costs. It will keep your pool crystal clear as well as run your automatic cleaner and any other hydraulic accessories around your pool. Not only is this pump energy efficient, it is ultra quiet. Special dampening in and around the pump’s base makes Max-E-Pro one of the quietest pumps in its class.
The extra large 6” trap collects more debris, allowing you to clean the trap less often. Our clear see-thru lid allows you to check for debris without removing the lid. The new Quick-Lock trap cover ring makes loosening or tightening the trap a cinch. Max-E-Pro is self-priming and produces enough suction to lift water 5-feet above pool level. Large 2” ports include external and internal threads to adapt to a variety of pipe sizes.
The Max-E-Pro is built to last, constructed of Sta-Rite’s glass reinforced resin that is corrosion-proof and can withstand many years of U.V. sunlight. This season, invest in the energy efficient, low-maintenance pump that really moves the water – Max-E-Pro by Sta-Rite. 110/230V UL Listed and NSF. Backed by a 1-Year Warranty.
I have a Sta-Rite pump that has stopped working. What I have is a P4RA6F-151L pump. It has an A.O. Smith C48L2PA105 motor on it. What do you have to replace this. Also, do you have anything that is energy efficient. This motor was rated at 9.6/19.2 amps.
Hello Terry, the motor is USQ1152 please check specs for this motor, also I would recommend seal kit GOKIT38 for Tune Up Kit Starite P4E & P4EA Max-E-Glas II / DuraGlas II.
Hi, have a Sta-Rite Max-E-Pro 1 1/2 HP Up Rate Std - P6RA6F206L . Motor went kaput after about 2 years. My motor # is 195250 but my online searches cannot find it. What motor do I need? Its cost? Tax to Texas? Cost of shipping to Alice Tx 78332? Thanks, WC
Hello, For what it looks like you have P6RA6F206L it's a A.O. Smith 1 1/2 H.P Square Flange Up Rate Motor - USQ1152. Which the cost of the motor is 164.99 and depending on shipping method, it's free for ground shipping (3-5 business days). If you would like 3 day it would be $21.36, 2 day would be $51.58, and next day air would be $78.41 for Alice, TX 78332. Please make sure to check the motor speck and see if they match to what you have now. Also if you are replacing the motor look into changing out all your seals with GOKIT79.
I have a 5P6R6F-211 model 1.5 horse. Is that equivalent to any here? Do you now what the GPM or head is for this model. It seems to have one speed. Do you know the recommended pool size for this pump? It came with a house I bought. Thanks
Hi Win, The pump model you have is 50 Hz version which we do not stock. This model pump is 60 Hz which will not work.
what is the difference between sta-rite model P6RA6F206L AND P6E6F207L BESIDES PRICE?
Hi Lou, The P6RA6F206L is a standard pump which has a THP of 1.65 and the P6E6F207L ia s high performance, energy efficient pump which has a THP of 2.20. If you goal is to circulate a large body of water in a short period of time then you would use the P6E6F207L pump.
What is the difference between Up Rate and Full rate pumps?
Hello Alfredo, here is a How To Understand True Pump Horsepower - Up Rated vs Full Rated link. This link will explain the two options.
How long is the warranty on the motor? My current pump motor shot after only 10,000 hours
Hi Al, The Sta-Rite Max-E-Pro pump comes with a 1 year warranty.
Does this pump have a stainless steel shaft?
HI Bob, The motor on the Sta-Rite Max-E-Pro does have a stainless steel shaft.
Can the piping be 1 1/2" since I am connecting to existing piping? Just trying to upgrade suction a little.
Hi, The Sta-Rite Max-E-Pro 1 1/2 HP Up Rate Std (P6RA6F206L) has 2" union ports, you will need a PVC reducer if you want to use 1-1/2" pipe.
I just had a new pump installed and it is making a squeaking/chirping sound. Has anyone had this issue or does anyone know what might be the cause. Thanks, John
Hi John, A loud motor is normally due to bad bearings. I would get in touch with your installer or the manufacture to have them check to see if the motor is bad and if so have it replaced under warranty.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
(5 out of 5 stars) Pool Pump
Reviewed By: Stacie W. from Dutchess County, NY ()
This pump is very quiet compared to the Sta-rite older models. It was easy to install and so far it is doing its job very well. The price was reasonable.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
(4 out of 5 stars) Upgraded Replacement Pump
Reviewed By: Jim H. from Franklin, MA ()
Pros: Quiet Operation
Cons: Damage during shipping
Great product that was easy to install. Very quiet operating. Unit was repacked for shipment to me and was damaged upon arrival. Damage was minor to the cover of the capacitor and a broken screw for the back cover. As pool was out of commision, I chose to repair rather then return.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
(4 out of 5 stars) Gret pool pump
Reviewed By: Wayne F. from Port Orange, FL ()
Pros: Easy to wire, and plumb
Cons: none that I saw
Easy to install with threaded fittings at input & output for easy install or easy replace in the future.