I recently ordered a Pentair Superflo SF-NI-3/4FE (348022) single speed pump. The specifications on the Pentair website say this is a 3/4 HP 1.25 SF motor giving a SFHP of 0.95. The label on the original box says exactly the same thing.
However, when I opened up the box and checked the data plate on the motor, I found something different. The data plate confirms that it's a SF-NI-3/4FE (348022), but it also says it's a 3/4 HP 1.67 SF motor giving a SFHP of 1.25. Hmmm.
So the part numbers from the spec sheet, the box, and the motor all match -- but the power information and current draw on this motor indicate that it's one size bigger than it's supposed to be. Obviously something is screwed up somewhere in Pentair's system. I called Pentair, but they told me they had never heard of this before.
I called my supplier (A1 Pool Parts, which has been fantastic, by the way). The pulled several more pumps out of their original boxes and found the same thing I did. Very strange. They're going to send me a new pump (SF-NI-1/2FE, 348021) and take this one back, but I'm still stuck with no way to circulate my water for several days while awaiting the new pump.
Bottom line: Be careful if you're ordering a Pentair Superflo single speed pump. The specifications listed for the 348022 are wrong on the Pentair website and on the actual box that contains the pump. The motor is one size bigger than they say it is.