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Thread: Pentair Boost-Rite for my Polaris

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    Pentair Boost-Rite for my Polaris

    Just wanted to let everyone know that I replaced my old Polaris pump that was screaming but still doing its job. I easily changed it out and installed the Pentair Boost-Rite in about 30 minutes. Could have been less. I only mention this because I am so thrilled with how quiet it is and I dont see much mention of this pump here. It did cost a bit more than the current Polaris pumps but when I turn it on I truly can hardly hear it just a few feet away. The fact that the piping moves a little bit at turn on is a better indicator than sound. Hope you find this information useful.
    25k IG Gunite and failing quartz over plaster, BBB and considering SWG, Hayward DE 60 filter, Hayward 400k heater, Boost-Rite pump to Polaris, Pentair filter pump, Hayward waterfall pump

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    Re: Pentair Boost-Rite for my Polaris





    25k IG Gunite and failing quartz over plaster, BBB and considering SWG, Hayward DE 60 filter, Hayward 400k heater, Boost-Rite pump to Polaris, Pentair filter pump, Hayward waterfall pump

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    Re: Pentair Boost-Rite for my Polaris

    Super easy. Super quiet.
    25k IG Gunite and failing quartz over plaster, BBB and considering SWG, Hayward DE 60 filter, Hayward 400k heater, Boost-Rite pump to Polaris, Pentair filter pump, Hayward waterfall pump

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    Re: Pentair Boost-Rite for my Polaris

    Quote Originally Posted by udailey View Post
    Super easy. Super quiet.
    How's your power consumption been? Pentair claims about a 25% savings. In theory the multi-impeller design should be more efficient.

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