EcoPump EP-8 Energy Efficient Inground Pump
Introducing the worlds first ultra-efficiency pool pump with electron condensor technology. Breakthrough condensor technology stores electrons in a dielectric until the power is called upon. Best in c.. Read more
Introducing the worlds first ultra-efficiency pool pump with electron condensor technology. Breakthrough condensor technology stores electrons in a dielectric until the power is called upon. Best in class 3-Year warranty. Additional two-year warranty available for only $99. Then when the motor rotates into the optimal position, the stored energy is released, boosting the energy transferred to the impeller. The result is a significant energy reduction, up to 80% over traditional pool pumps.
EP-2 is recommended for pools under 12,000 gallons.
EP-4 is recommended for pools 12,000 to 20,000 gallons.
EP-6 is recommended for pools that are 20,000 - 35,000 gallons.
EP-8 is recommended for pools that are 35,000 - 50,000 gallons.
- Variable Horsepower: 2 or .25
- Amps: 11.0 on Vacuum Setting, 1.8 on Circulate Setting
- Kilowatts Used on Circulation Setting: 0.41 (compare to 2.139 for typical pool pump)
- 2" FPT intake and discharge
- Rugged one piece housing
- Best in class 3-Year warranty. Additional two-year warranty available for only $99.
- California Title 20 Compliant
- 230 volt
- 60 Hz rating
- Physical size: 10" wide, 11.75" tall, 25.5" long
Beats the ROI on Variable Rate Pool Pumps. Until now...pool owners have had to choose between affordability and energy efficiency. Regular single speed and two speed pumps are inexpensive, but they are power hogs, using 2,000 watts of power or more. Variable speed pumps with complicated electronic circuits are efficient but reliablity is low and costs are high. Those complicated electronic circuits are known to fail prematurely and repairs can be as much as a new pump. EcoPump is ultra-efficient, yet simple - no expensive digital controller is required. However, it's still compatible with most controllers if you already have one.
All Pool Pumps Should Run 24 Hours Per Day for Best Water Quality. Now you can run your pump twice as long, for half the cost. In the past, many pool owners ran their pumps just 4-8 hours per day to reduce their electric bill. That is great for utility bills, but 16-20 hours of stagnant water is not good for water quality. Stagnant water is a breeding ground for bacteria and algae.
It is important to note that commercial pools are required to filter their pools for 24 hours in most states. 24 hour filtration is directly related to higher water quality and reduced chemical demand. Plus equipment such as pool controllers, pool automation, and ultraviolet disinfection systems can all keep working around the clock.