Pool pumps are sometimes referred to as the heart of a pool system, and we all know what would happen if our heart suddenly occur something abnormal .
Hearts pump blood throughout our bodies that is rich in nutrients to help sustain us, and helps circulate that same blood to carry waste through our filtration system to remove it from our bodies.
Pool pumps work the same way. They create the flow of water that circulates the chemicals evenly throughout our pool so they can effectively sanitize the water.
They take the pool water to the filter, heater and chlorinate so that it can be filtered, heated and disinfected before going back into the pool.
Having an efficient pool pump allows you to filter the water the recommended number of times per day depending on the size of each pool. This helps remove debris, which can build up in the water.
It also increases the effectiveness of pool chemicals that fight the growth of algae and bacteria in the water so we can enjoy the pool experience without risking our health.
What are the key components of swimming pool pumps?
In terms of a basic pool pump, there are five key components that you need to know. These are:
water inlet,water outlet,Filter,Driving,Engine
The water inlet is the area through which the pool water enters the pump. The diameter of the water inlet will be a factor in dictating the maximum flow rate of the pump.
The water outlet is the area through which the pool water leaves the pump. Once again, the diameter of the water outlet will be a factor in dictating the maximum flow rate of the pump.
The filter is a major component of a high quality pool pump, collecting debris before it leaves the pool pump and re-enters the pool. Constructed of a high quality erosion resistant plastic, pool pump filters are also known as sand filters or strainer baskets.
The impeller is probably the most important component of a pool pump. It is a rotating component that drives water out of the pump. It works by pushing water into the face of the impeller and then expelling the water into the pool through its slotted side.
The motor is the force behind the pump that turns the impeller, sucks the water into the pump, and then back out again.
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