By Jandy



Part # JDJ2004

Alternate Part #'s JDJ200, JNDJDJ2004

Product Description

Enjoy the relaxing sound and visual beauty of the graceful arcs of water created by Jandy Deck Jets. These jets allow you to add an elegant pool water feature at a great price.  Installed in your pool deck, they shoot sparkling arcs of water into a pool or spa.  Each jet will create an arc that extends 5' up and 5' out at 7 GPM.  The jets can be installed in virtually any pattern and feature swivel nozzles that are adjustable 360°.  This set of four jets includes pressure testing plug and polished bronze composite coverplates for a sophisticated, unobtrusive look. The covers are a plastic material.

Jandy Deck Jets require 7 GPM per jet.  You can tie these jets into your main pool pump or plumb in a separate, dedicated pump.  Each jet is 2.5" in diameter.

For a Jandy Deck Jets Installation Guide
For a Jandy Deck Jets Reference Guide


?     Asked on 9/7/2006by Guest

What kind of pump is needed if you want to run these jets on a separate system? Are there advantages to doing this? what are they? Do you have the pump? How much is it? Thanks!

A  Answered on 9/7/2006 by InyoPools Product Specialist Patrick P.

The Deck Jets require 7 Gallons Per Minute (GPM) per jet so if you are going with 4 jets than we would recommend a pump which could output 28 GPM For almost all applications the Hayward 1/2 HP Super pump would be plenty strong enough for the 4 jets. You may view this pump through the following link http://www.inyopools.com/Products/02201115001130.htm The benefits of going with a separate pump would be that you would be able to operate your jets independently from your main filter pump, meaning that the jets will not come on every time the filter pump comes on or you can turn on the jet pump without running your entire pool filter system.  Secondly it will cost much less to operate the smaller 1/2 HP pump than it would your larger filter pump and lastly you should get longer life out of your filter pump by going wit

?     Asked on 2/18/2007by Guest

Can the Jandy Deck Jets be installed with fiberoptics? Also, If we installed all 4 jets, can we turn one or two off and run the other two?

A  Answered on 2/18/2007 by InyoPools Product Specialist Patrick P.

The Jandy deck jets cannot be installed with fiber optics. You would need to go with one of the Laminar systems which you may view through this link http://www.inyopools.com/lighting_jandy_laminarjets.aspx You would be able to use a diverter valve which would allow you to turn flow on and off to certain jets, you may view our diverter valves here http://www.inyopools.com/valves_jandy.aspx You may also view the installation guide for the deck jets here http://www.inyopools.com/owners_manual/jandy_jets.pdf

?     Asked on 1/10/2012by Guest

How high and how far will it shoot out to the pool if it is 7gpm per jet?

A  Answered on 1/10/2012 by InyoPools Product Specialist Patrick P.

At 7 GPM the jet will shoot 5' up and 5' out.

?     Asked on 1/19/2012by Guest

Can the Jandy Deck Jets be purchased individually?

A  Answered on 1/19/2012 by InyoPools Product Specialist Patrick P.

No, these are only sold and pacakged in a set of four deck jets

?     Asked on 5/29/2015by Inyo Visitor

Are the polished brass cover metal or plastic? Thanks

A  Answered on 5/30/2015 by InyoPools Product Specialist Patrick P.

The cover plates are made of a pvc material and painted a bronze/brass color. .


Review Summary

 (Average 5  out of 5 stars)
13 Rating
5 star:
4 star:
3 star:
2 star:
1 star:

The Most Helpful Review

The Most Recent Reviews