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Variable Speed Pumps | Aloha Pool Repair

Variable Speed Pumps

Is your pool pump draining your wallet instead of circulating your pool?

Did you know that you could save up to $1500 a year on your electrical bill just by switching your old noisy pool pump to a quieter, more energy efficient , Variable Speed Pump!

Call us today to find out how Aloha Pool Services can help you make the switch today (941) 342-9949!

Standard pool pumps can consume as much energy as all other home appliances combined—often costing more than $1,000 per year! IntelliFlo® and IntelliPro® pumps can typically cut energy use up to 90%, generally saving up to $1,500 in utility costs annually—more where rates are higher than average.*

Exclusive, advanced motor technology typically provides base savings of 30%

IntelliFlo and IntelliPro pumps use an exclusive permanent magnet motor (used in hybrid cars) in place of a traditional induction motor. Permanent magnet motors are fundamentally more energy efficient and provide a typical “base energy savings” of 30%

Onboard intelligence with variable drive can deliver additional savings up to 90%

Variable speed capability, digital controls, and proprietary software that allow custom programming of optimum pump speeds for specific tasks—filtering, heating, cleaning, spa jets, waterfalls, etc. The result is additional energy savings…up to 90% compared to even so-called high efficiency, single-speed, two-speed and multi-speed pumps that cannot be adjusted.
For virtually all applications, the optimum speed will be lower than the preset, unchangeable speeds of older pumps. Using slower speeds takes advantage of a fundamental pump law: slower is far more efficient. In fact, when pump speeds are reduced by half, energy consumption is just one-eighth of what was previously used.

The quietest pumps ever built

The exclusive permanent magnet motor that is so critical for energy savings is also a totally enclosed fan cooled (TEFC) design. This combination, along with slower operating speeds, is responsible for IntelliPro and IntelliFlo pumps being the quietest pumps you can install. At typical speeds you can barely hear them operating.

Longer trouble-free service life than conventional pumps

Advanced motor produces far less heat and vibration than traditional induction motors for dramatically longer equipment life. TEFC design protects against all threats posed by an outdoor environment.
Features built-in diagnostics that detect and correct conditions that cause premature failure, thereby protecting against overheating, freezing and voltage irregularities. IntelliFlo VF also detects loss of prime.

Schedule a Free Consultation

Before you fret over costs, remember this… In the long run, whatever you spend to upgrade will come back to you in energy savings. Learn more. Call us to schedule a consultation, so we can take a look at your pool equipment. You might be just fine. You might not need a thing. If that’s the case, we’ll tell you so!

Florida Pool Energy Law – How does it affect YOU?

Many states and municipalities across the United States are creating new regulations and laws that require increased energy efficiency on swimming pool pumps and related equipment. Swimming Pool pumps are one of the largest users of electricity on a home so this makes perfect sense from an energy policy perspective.

In the State of Florida, House Bill 849 was written in 2008 to address the need to lower energy usage associated with swimming pool industry products. This bill was created to mimic the State of California ‘s pool energy law , The aim of the law is to minimize the overwhelming monthly energy demand brought by inefficient and low profile pool and spa energy pumps.
Florida House Bill 849 was originally set to take effect July 1, 2011, but has since been moved to March 15, 2012. The most important elements that will affect residents in the state of Florida are listed below.

1. If the swimming pool filtration pump is one horsepower or larger it must have the ability to operate at a minimum of 2 speeds or greater

2. The pumps control system must be capable of controlling the pump at a minimum of 2 speeds or greater

3. The swimming pool filtration systems default flow must not turn over the pool water any faster than 6 hours

4. Any swimming pool pump controller must default from high speed back to low speed during a 24 hour cycle

Understanding Florida’s new Energy Law

If this seems confusing, there’s a reason for that. The laws are written in a way that would confuse any pool owner. Here’s the information in understandable terms. If your pool and equipment were put in before July 1, 2011, you may need to upgrade to meet the standards of the new law. Florida will be passed on March 15, 2012 to help conserve energy by forcing pool owners to upgrade their equipment to more efficient systems. No longer rated by horsepower, these systems are rated by RPMs.

As of March 15, 2012, any swimming pool filter pumps that burns out or breaks MUST BE replaced with either a two-speed or variable-speed motor. This means automated controls must be connected to them, so if one part of your equipment is outdated, it is likely that the rest may need to be replaced to make the new components work correctly and hold up to FL HB849 standards.

Does your system meet the new standards?

It could be that part of your system is up to par and you just need to upgrade other parts. However, you may not know without calling a professional out to have a look at your existing system. Upgrading your equipment can vary in price, so we cannot give you a quote over the phone. We can come out for a no-fee, no-obligation consultation. We’ll give you straight talk on your system and what you need to do to have it upgraded to meet today’s standards. We’ll keep your budget in mind, too.

Contact Us

4029 Tern St,
Sarasota, FL 34232
Phone: 941-342-9949
Email: info@alohapoolrepair.com

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