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Thread: Single speed pump vs 2 speed pump

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    Jul 2015
    Charlotte, NC

    Single speed pump vs 2 speed pump

    I just recently bought a house with my first pool. 20,000 gallons inground liner pool. Currently I have a single speed Pac Fab pump, is it worth the cost of having a 2 speed pump installed for efficiency purposes. Thanks in advance.

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    Aug 2014
    San Jose, CA

    Re: Single speed pump vs 2 speed pump

    Yes. You'll save greatly on your electric bill. I recently replaced my pump with: : Hayward SP3400VSP EcoStar VS Variable-Speed Pool Pump Energy Star Certified : Swimming Pool Water Pumps : Patio, Lawn Garden

    Works great and has plenty of power. It actually has more than 2 speeds.

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    May 2010
    Tucson, AZ

    Re: Single speed pump vs 2 speed pump

    Welcome to TFP!!!

    It really depends on your electric costs per kW.

    Cheapest option would be to put a 2-speed motor on your existing pump. This would give you most of the energy savings of a VS pump (mentioned above) without the high upfront cost. There are cheaper VS pumps that could be a good option depending on your flow requirements.

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