Swimming pool pumps

The pool pump circulates the water, pumps it to the filter and then back to the pool. When selecting a pump, the size of the pool, the required water flow and the connected pool equipment must be taken into account.

Swimming pool pumps are a key element for the efficient operation of the pool system and pool technology. They ensure the circulation of water and thus, in cooperation with the pool filter, keep it healthy and clean.

How a pool pump works

The main task of a pool pump is to pump water from the pool tank and bring it to the filter where it is cleaned. The clean water is then pumped back into the pool to maintain its quality and prevent the pool water from becoming cloudy.

To ensure that the pool pump does its job while saving electricity, it should be connected to the pool switchboard or connected to a smart pool control, which allows you to control all pool technology via a mobile app.

Choosing a pool pump

There are several types of pool pumps that vary in performance, size and features. When selecting a pool pump, it is important to consider various factors, including the size and type of pool, the desired water flow rate and energy efficiency. Modern inverter pumps can regulate their flow rate and therefore their power output, thus significantly saving electricity.

At the same time, choose according to the pool technology you want to use - sand filtration or various features such as massage jets and pool waterfalls and gargoyles. The more pool technology you want to connect, the more powerful the pool pump you need.

A properly sized pump should be able to provide enough water flow to effectively clean your pool while minimizing energy consumption.

Smart pool pumps

Modern pool pumps often include other advanced features, such as a programmable timer that allows you to set the pump's run times to optimize its performance. Some pumps also have built-in safety features, such as dry-run protection, which prevents damage to the pump in the event of a lack of water in the pool.

Pool pump maintenance

It is important to regularly clean the filter baskets and check the condition of the pool pump and its components. Any problems - leaks, noisy operation or reduced water flow - should be addressed immediately.

A properly functioning pool pump is essential for maintaining healthy pool water. Investing in a quality pool pump will pay off in terms of financial and energy savings in the long run.