Your pool’s pump and filtration equipment work together with the chemicals that you use and any additional cleaning equipment to keep your pool water clear and pleasant for the long-term.
As with any filtration system, the filters themselves should be changed regularly to maintain a high level of filtration. In addition, pumps may also need to be replaced here and there to maintain performance. Whether you are replacing your equipment or putting your pool together for the first time, make sure you have access to quality equipment.
Wide Range of Pumps Available
The swimming pool filters and pumps that you buy will likely depend on the style and size of the pool that you own. If you are unsure about the equipment that you need, don’t hesitate to confirm it with your suppliers, who should have extensive information about the equipment that they offer.
- Single-phase pumps
- Three-phase pumps
- Filter/pump combos
- Submersible pumps
- Commercial pumps
You can discuss your needs with your supplier so that no time is wasted by purchasing the wrong equipment. As experts, they can get you the equipment that you need, along with any additional accessories and system enhancements.
Pumps and Filters Work Together
Keep in mind that your pump and your filter typically work together, and to get the best results, it’s an all or nothing situation. Without the filter, your water will eventually get dirty and darken, and without the pump, there is nothing to force the water through the filter. You must have both items to ensure that your pool is functioning at its best.