Running my pump at 2500rpms for 4.5 hours a day, can I reduce the RPMs?

sktn77a

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May 16, 2010
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Chapel Hill, NC
The Polaris pressure side cleaners usually need a good amount of pressure to work (properly). Check the wheel RPMs while it is running. If it is between 32 and 36, you're fine. If it's below 32 then it's not going to clean as effectively (if at all). Robots work great. So does the Polaris if it's used within its operating design parameters.