By PureLine



Model # PL2516

Warranty 1-Year

Product Description

Maximize your savings with the new PureLine Titan Variable Speed Pump.

The PureLine Titan Variable Speed Pump now offers fully variable speed pump at an affordable price. The Titan motor delivers premium energy efficiency and program flexibility with a digital controller mounted directly onto the pump. The Titan Variable Speed Pump can save you up to 80% in energy costs over single-speed pumps.  It also has faster payback than the more expensive variable speed pumps because it is sized to match the performance of the most common medium head pumps.

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  • Swimming pools of all types and size (including in-floor cleaning systems, solar heating systems, water features or water garden)
  • In-ground spas or in-ground pool/spa combinations


  • Suction lift: Up to 7.5’ above water level
  • Nominal Motor Horsepower (hp): 2.0
  • Total Horsepower (thp): 2.0
  • Service Factor: 1.0
  • Hydraulic Horsepower (hhp): 1.203
  • Speed (rpm): 750-3450
  • WEF: 7.60
  • Volts: 230


  • Self-priming (suction vertical lift up to 7.5’ above water level)
  • Up to 80% energy savings over single speed pumps
  • Full Variable Speed (750-3450 RPMs)
  • Strainer basket cover removes easily for cleaning
  • Transparent strainer basket cover lets know when basket needs cleaning
  • All components molded of corrosion-proof reinforced thermoplastic for extra durability and long life
  • Drain plug for easy pump winterization
  • Mechanical seals are made from carborundum & graphite for long life and low noise
  • Motor shaft is stainless steel grade 304
  • *The black control can be rotated 180°. However, be very careful not to pinch the wire harness underneath.

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Product Specifications

2.0 HP
Pool / Spa Type:
230 V
Service Factor:
Total HP:
2.0 HP
Port Size:
2 in.
Pump Model:
Pool Type:
In Ground

?     Asked on 10/8/2013by Guest

How many hours per day should I run my pump?

A  Answered on 10/8/2013 by InyoPools Product Specialist Patrick P.

There are many factors to consider; bather load, gallons of water, pump horsepower, type and size of filter just to name a few. A good guideline is 8-10 hours a day. On the cooler days and early and late season, you can cut the run time down to 4-6 hours because there is usually less swimmers and cooler water requires less chemicals. In peak season, when it is the hottest, raising the run time to 10-12 hours per day will help to keep the pool clean and circulating during it’s time of heaviest use.

?     Asked on 4/12/2018by RobMcC

does this unit have a safety mechanism that will shut it down rather then let it suck air?

A  Answered on 4/12/2018 by InyoPools Product Specialist Lennox H.

Hi, RobMcC. This pump does not have that feature. 

?     Asked on 4/23/2018by Greg

Hello, I have an old Anthony pump and cannot really make out the nameplate. I can just make out AR, but that is it. It is a 2 hp motor and based on that, I believe it is an AR207-L. My question is if this variable speed pump would be a good replacement for the Anthony pump? Thanks!

A  Answered on 4/23/2018 by InyoPools Product Specialist Steve M.

Hi Greg, Your Anthony Pump has a True HP of 2.6 HP so the PureLine Prime PL2606 Variable Speed Pump would be a closer match as on the high speed it runs a True HP of 2.7.

?     Asked on 4/24/2018by mike

I currently have a single speed pump. I believe it needs to be replaced soon. The pool is about 36000 gallons. I did calculations and I thing I need about 5 GPM. It has a RPM of 3450/min. The question is, what is the difference between at 2 HP pump and and 2.75 HP pump? If I am getting the GPM's what is the HP giving me or not giving me?

A  Answered on 4/28/2018 by InyoPools Product Specialist Lennox H.

Hi, Mike. The difference between a 2 hp and 2.75 hp is a difference of .75 hp which will also result in a higher flow rate (gpm) and power consumption. If the 2 hp pump is sufficient, no need to go with the 2.75 hp pump. 

?     Asked on 5/8/2018by Ram

I currently bought a house with a pool that has the pumps not working. It has a Hayward sp3215x20 which is a 2 hp (2.20 THP) with a SF 1.10 . Which pureline pump would be a great replacement ?

A  Answered on 5/9/2018 by InyoPools Product Specialist Hector F.

I would recommend the Pureline Prime PL2606 which should be available in 7-10 business days. It has a total horsepower of 2.7 and uses an A.O. Smith motor that carries an 18-month warranty. It also comes with the unions for easier installation. 


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