Pool Shed Pool Pump 0.75Hp/550W
$285.00
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Pool Shed Pool Pump 0.75Hp/550W

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Suitable to replace a pool pump of 0.75HP/550W. Suitable for DIY installation. Includes instructions. Quiet operation. Comes with 40mm unions to suit common water pressure pipe sizes. 2 Year Warranty on pump. 1 year on mechanical seal. Service back up in NZ.
Item No: 9414132003036
$285.00
or pay from $3.28 per week. Click here for more information marble finance logo
Product Description:
Suitable to replace a pool pump of 0.75HP/550W. Suitable for DIY installation. Includes instructions. Quiet operation. Comes with 40mm unions to suit common water pressure pipe sizes. 2 Year Warranty on pump. 1 year on mechanical seal. Service back up in NZ.
Item No: 9414132003036
Product Description
Suitable to replace a pool pump of 0.75HP/550W. Suitable for DIY installation. Includes instructions. Quiet operation. Comes with 40mm unions to suit common water pressure pipe sizes. 2 Year Warranty on pump. 1 year on mechanical seal. Service back up in NZ.
Item No: 9414132003036

Features & Benefits

  • Replaces similar sized swimming pool pump.
  • Ideal for new or replacement applications.
  • 2 Year Warranty on pump and wet end. 1 Year on mechanical seal.
  • Flow - 290L/min max, Head 8mtr max.
  • Large capacity leaf basket.
  • SAA (AUS/NZ) standards approval.
  • Quiet performance.
  • Anodised motor body.
  • Overload protection.
  • Service & parts backup in NZ.

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A big design flaw on an otherwise impressive pump.
Great pump so far (1hr use :)) much more pressure than the 50yr old pump it replaced.
However! The leaf catcher top is very badly designed, with a rubbish o-ring that stretched the first time I put the lid on, and failed to seal no matter how many times I reseated it. I ended up applying grease between the clear lid and the black retaining ring (that you turn to clamp it) to allow the black ring to turn without turning the clear lid which the o-ring is fixed to. It works fine now, without turning the o-ring. If the clear lid was keyed to the housing this wouldn't be an issue
December 14, 2019