Ideal for in-ground and above ground pools up to 100,000 litres.
The seal between the white part of the inner bushing and the rubbery part of the outer bushing is what keeps water out of the pump itself.
Note that the basket assembly includes a cradle on which most of the motor rests when fully assembled.
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There are leaves and other debris at the bottom.Of course, the pump can't create a perfect vacuum, but even if it creates only half the atmospheric pressure in vacuum, that's still over 1000 pounds.Note the spiral vains inside the impeller.Place the basket assembly on its front, and carefully and slowly lower the motor, diffuser end first, into the basket assembly, trying your best not to dislodge the basket assembly gasket.Most pool motors run on 240 volts, so both wires are hot, not hot and neutral.Now you can connect manual fleet management systems international and disconnect the electrical connection in a matter of minutes, even in tight spaces.Clean and reseat gasket, removing debris, and then place pool and spa lubricant on the gasket before bolting down the top.Here's a closeup of the front of the impeller.
That pressure would exist even if the water were incredibly shallow or absent.
To show piping connections, I screwed pipe stubs into the intake hole (front of the pump) and the outflow hole (top of the pump).
Here's a picture of the motor with the diffuser attached.
The following is what it looks like after the back cover has been removed.Use an inch of rigid conduit to mount a waterproof electrical box to the motor, and run the wires from the screws into the box.Top of Page m Email Steve Litt Copyright (C)2006 by Steve Litt.Suitable for use in swimming pools, solar heating applications, gas heat pump heating as well as with suction and in-floor cleaning systems.It is obscured by the spring loaded contact in the center in this picture.Yes, that makes the electrical connection much harder, but it makes reassembly much easier.Notice in the full sized version of the picture that the diffuser is marked with the legend "Top" where the top should go, in order to make reassembly easy.Looking beyond the back of the motor, you see four hex head bolts, 9/16 that hold the pump to the pump basket.I needed to totally repipe, but that's another subject for another web page.