If you are considering building a new swimming pool or just want to replace your pool pump, choosing the right horsepower (HP) pump can be challenging. However, sometimes it does not matter which type of pump you are choosing, as all you need to ensure to have the correct pump and filter combination. The size of the pump should appropriately have to associate with the filter's flow rate. Having a higher flow rate pump can stain both the pump and the filter. So, it becomes essential to choose the accurate size pump for your pool.
Swimming pool pumps have been referred to as the heart of the pool. It creates the water flow that helps in circulating the chemicals in the pool and controls it. It makes sure that the chemical gets properly distributed and prevents the water from stagnating. Pool pumps carry water from the pool to the filter, heater, and chlorinator to make it filtered and sanitized.
As being swimming pool experts, we most of the time get asked about what HP pump should be installed. The most reliable method to determine the size of the pump is actually not the motor's HP; instead, it should be calculated as per gallons per minute of water flow.
Your swimming pool can have multiple sizes of the pool pump. However, it needs to be determined correctly.