What is a Variable Speed Pool Pump?
With variable speed pumps, you can set the speed anywhere from low to high. In contrast to single-speed and dual-speed pumps, these energy-efficient ones are powered by permanent magnet motors.
Swimming pools of all sizes benefit from variable speed pool pumps, which are energy-efficient and noiseless. Besides programmable speed or flow settings, variable speed pumps are also available with settings for cleaners, filtration cycles, and water features.
An Energy Efficient Option
Not only is this an energy efficient option, it will actually help you out in the long run and put money back into your pockets.
Here are a few other reasons why a variable speed pool pump is a worthwhile investment:
- Power-saving: It will be more expensive up front, but it will be more cost-effective in the long run. It takes pool owners less than two years to recoup the cost of a variable-speed pump through energy savings.
- Quicker filtration: Variable-speed pumps use less energy, filter more efficiently, and are less costly to run during filtering hours due to their lower speed.
- Lower RPMs = less noise: The speed of a variable-speed pump can be as low as 600 RPM. Compared to the old single-speed pump, the variable-speed pump is far quieter due to its lower RPMs. When your pool is not in use, set your timer to turn your variable-speed pump on at a low setting overnight. This will help you save money as well as keep a clean pool.
Variable Speed Pump Installation in South Florida
Save hundreds of dollars on your electric bill with the installation of a variable speed pump. Let us provide you with an energy savings calculator to help you see the savings available by switching to a new Variable Speed Pump.