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Trying to Save Money on Your Pool Bill? Check out the Pentair Whisper Flo- Thursday, January 22, 2015

If you are trying to cut down the cost of owning and maintaining your pool the Pentair Whisper Flo Series is a great choice for you. The Whisper Flo is one of the greatest combinations of Price and Efficiency out on the market today. The New Technology in these Pumps allows more water to circulate in a smaller amount of time. This is one of the main factors that makes the Whisper Flo Pumps consume less energy. Another great thing that comes from the way water circulates through these pumps is how it effects the noise level of the pump. It makes it so the noise level of your pump is very quiet.

Another great aspect of the Pentair Whisper Flo pumps is that they have an integral filter with a clear cover. This makes it easy to check your pump filter and to monitor if there is anything lodged in your pump that could cause issues. These Pool Pumps also give a lot more freedom in regards to choosing when the Pump will run. The Pump is so efficient that you do not have to run it as frequently as most other Pool Pumps. This will definitely help to lower the electric bill.

 

Here are a few Models of the Pentair Whisper Flo Pool Pumps

 

Pentair Whisper Flo WF-24

Pentair Whisper Flo WF 24

 

SPECIFICS

  • 1 HP
  • 115/230 Volt Dual Voltage (Comes set on 230 Volt)
  • 14.2/7.1 Amps
  • 1.25 Service Factor
  • 3450 RPM
  • 2" Suction
  • 2" Discharge

 

 

Pentair Whisper Flo WF-26

Pentair Whisper Flo WF 26

SPECIFICS

  • 1.5 HP
  • 115/230 Volt Dual Voltage (Comes set on 230 Volt)
  • 16/8 Amps
  • 1.65 Service Factor
  • 3450 RPM
  • 2" Suction
  • 2" Discharge

 

 

Pentair Whisper Flo WF-28

 

Pentair Whisper Flo WF 28

SPECIFICS

  • 2 HP
  • 115/230 Volt Dual Voltage (Comes set on 230 Volt)
  • 22.4/11.2 Amps
  • 1.10 Service Factor
  • 3450 RPM
  • 2" Suction
  • 2" Discharge
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Water Jet Pump Wont Start?- Tuesday, January 13, 2015

There are a number of issues that a Jet Pump can have. Among those issues there are a few that are quite common. We are going to go over some common issues to check that will most likely get you’re your Water Pump up and running if it will not start at all.

 

-The Zone Valve may not be opening. This makes it so that water can’t flow through the Pump. Check to see if your Water Systems pressure has dropped. If so this could definitely be your issue.

- Check the Circuit Breaker. Check all of the circuits and wires to see if any wires are disconnected or if you can see obvious damage.

-Is your Motor Set to the correct Voltage? This mistake happens a lot more than one might think. There is usually a switch that you can toggle between the motors different voltage options. (This is assuming that you don’t have a Single Speed Pump.)

- Check Wiring on motor.  Just like you checked the Circuit Breakers wires, now you want to check the actual wiring on the motor.

- Not getting any Voltage? Make sure to see how much, if any, voltage you are getting from the side of your motor. If you are not getting any voltage the pressure switch could be the issue.

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