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Hayward S200 Filter with 1.5-inch Vari-Flo Valve


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4 Month
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E3425  
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S200 Filter w/ 1.5-inch Vari-Flo Valve   $659.99   $165.00  

Max Pool Size (gallons) 21,120


Technical Specifications:

FEATURES
  • Durable 6 in. threaded inspection cover provides convenient access to top of filter.
  • Top diffuser assures even distribution of water over the top of the sand media bed. All internal piping is 2 in. to give smooth, free-flowing performance
  • Corrosion-proof, heavy-duty filter tank injection-molded of tough, durable ABS for dependable all-weather performance.
  • Large pressure sand/water drain for rapid winterizing or servicing.
  • Bolted center flange provides extra strength and securely fastens tank top and bottom together. Allows for access to all internal components.
  • 7-position Hayward Vari-Flo™ control valve with easy-to-use lever-action handle lets you dial any of the 7-valve/filter functions. Integral sight glass lets you see when backwash cycle is completed.
  • Precision-engineered umbrella-fold self-cleaning laterals for balanced flow and backwashing, plus easy serviceability.

Filter Performance Data
Item
Number
Model
Number
Effective Filtration Area Design Flow Rate* Turnover
(In Gallons)
Sand
Required
8 Hr. 10 Hr.
E3425 S200 2.2 ft.2 44 GPM 21,120 26,400 200 lbs.

*Based on 20 GPM per ft.2 (maximum allowable NSF rating).



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Frequently Asked Questions:

Why is there sand in the bottom of my pool?
  • The sand that you are using could be too small. Make sure you are using #20 silica sand.
  • Make sure none of the laterals are broken inside the filter.
  • Make sure you cover the center pipe in the filter when you change out the sand.
When should I change my sand?
  • On average every 2-4 years.
When do I backwash my filter?
  • When the filter pressure rises 8-10 PSI over the clean starting pressure it is time to backwash.
How many microns does this filter, filter down to?
  • About 20 microns
How many gallons will this filter support?
  • This filter will support about 21,000 gallons.
How much sand do I put in this filter?
  • You should put about 200 lbs. of sand in the filter.

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Trouble Shooting:

LOW WATER FLOW
  • Check skimmer and pump strainer baskets for debris.
  • Check for restrictions in intake and discharge lines.
  • Check for air leak in intake line (indicated by bubbles returning to pool).
  • Backwash filter.
SHORT FILTER CYCLES
  • Check for algae in pool and super chlorinate as required.
  • Be sure chlorine and pH levels are in proper range (adjust as required).
  • Check surface of filter sand for crusting or caking (remove 1” of sand if necessary).
POOL WATER WON’T CLEAR UP
  • Check chlorine, pH and total alkalinity levels and adjust as required.
  • Be sure flow rate through filter is sufficient.
  • Operate filter for longer periods.
  • Be sure multiport valve is set on "Filter" position.
SAND AND DEBRIS ENTERING THE POOL
  • Check laterals, standpipe and lateral hub for damage (replace as required).

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