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    Hayward Max-Flo Variable Speed Pool Pump

    Hayward Max-Flo Variable Speed Pool Pump is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
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    Item # E1960 Manuf.# SP2302VSP
    $745.00

      Combat High Energy Costs with the Hayward Max-Flo Variable Speed Pump

      Proactively move toward lessening your energy usage with the Hayward Max-Flo VS (Variable Speed) pool pump. It’s easy to make a change that will significantly reduce, not only energy usage, but also the amount of money you spend operating your pool. This ultra-efficient pump will save you up to 80% on the costs of running your pool without requiring you to sacrifice power or performance.

      The Hayward Variable Speed Pump provides you with a fast return on your investment, and it boasts a smaller, more streamlined design when compared to other medium-head pumps. It features a digital interface for easy readings of power consumption, allowing you to make simple adjustments when necessary. It also delivers customizable speed, duration and priming time, so it’s perfect for both aftermarket and new construction applications. Upgraded features include a wiring compartment ideal for quick installation and an ultra-quiet operation.

       

       

       

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      • The Hayward Max-Flo Variable Speed Pool Pump saves up to 80% on energy costs
      • Perfect upgrade for energy efficiency and money savings
      • Hydraulic design for optimal flow and simple priming
      • Cam and ramp lid provide easy access to strainer basket
      • Digital display and controls
      • Same plumbing as existing Max-Flo models and Pentair Superflo
      • Excellent pressure rating of up to 50 psi
      • Includes a stand
      • Operates in stand-alone mode, with Hayward automation such as OmniLogic® and ProLogic®, or with a competitive control system via relay control

      Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hayward Maxflo VSP 2300 Advertisement is true as far as it goes but the lack of a clock to time the pump speeds automatically during the 24 hour time period is a minus. Pump is very quiet and does change speeds easily. Does show amount of wattage used at each speed and one hopes this is accurate and if so it will save a couple of hundred $ per year for me. I have a salt pool with chlorine generator and to keep the electrolysis plates covered by water I can not run pump at lower than 1500 RPM's. Even at this speed the meter says the wattage is 160 for a cost of just 50 cents per day. Lower electric usage will pay for pumps added cost if it lasts 3 years or a little more.
      Date published: 2013-04-01
      Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice customer service I bought an Item and there were missing a piece. I call and they send me the piece with no adtional charges.
      Date published: 2015-06-02
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      How long do motors last?
      - Motors typically last an average of eight years before needing either rebuilding or replacing. Noisy, screeching front and/or rear bearings will let you know when you need to do something.
      How do I know what Horsepower my pump motor is?
      - The horsepower should be listed on the nameplate (left) of the pump motor (in very tiny letters - hp). If the motor nameplate is burnt or worn off, sometimes a part number of the impeller (right) can tell us which hp your pump motor is.
      What is an up-rated or max-rated motor?
      - They are marketing terms used for down-rated motors.
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