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It’s high time to consider pool pump motor replacement if you are getting tired of your old and noisy pool pump. If your pool pump is too old and the motor is running loud or just simply stop working, you have got to have it replaced. It may sound simple but there are a lot of things to consider when it comes to pool pump motor replacement. Today’s pool pump motors are much cheaper to run and very efficient in so many ways. The pool pump has the most important job and is the heart of your circulation system on the pool equipment pad because when the pump is not working, nothing else works either.
The pool pump motor is the motor that drives the pump of the pool, sucking water in through suction ports, sending it through the filter, and pushing it out through the return ports. Pool pump motors are typically located on the dry end of the pump and convert electrical energy into mechanical energy. A motor’s main purpose is to power the pump’s impeller, which is the device that moves the pool water into and through the pump. CORROSION is the number one problem that arises in your pool pump motor. This is due to shaft seal failure. Some folks opted to change their shaft seal. However, you might want consider the warranty offered by the motor manufacturer. It will be voided if there is any seal failure. Pool pump motors typically last about 8-10 years before needing either rebuilding or replacing. Noisy, screeching front and/ or rear bearings will let you know when you need to do something. Many people replace the entire pool pump when only the motor is bad.
If your old or existing pool pump works better for you and your pool, it is easiest to replace a failed pool pumps with the exact same model, size of the pump as well as the manufacturer. It can be easier for plumbing jobs because it will have the same height and length. Getting a bigger pool pump is not always a good thing and it is contrary to selecting pool filters. Always remember that different pumps always produce different flow rates. That is even if they have the same horsepower. However, flow rates that are too high can damage your filter and piping, and result in ineffective filtration.
Unless you have been advised by a pool professional, or are otherwise certain that your existing pump was undersized, it would be wise to keep the same horsepower as you have now. You must seek assistance from the professionals like AQUA DOC POOL CLINIC when you consider changing or replacing your pool pump motor as well as getting an upgrade. For your inquiries, just click this link and fill out the needed information. We will be sure we get in touch with you the soonest!