Aquapro - SunRunner 2.4 HP Variable Speed Energy Efficient Pool Pump

SunRunner 2.4 HP Variable Speed Energy Efficient Pool Pump

Aquapro - SunRunner 2.4 HP Variable Speed Energy Efficient Pool Pump

Item No. 40013
Manufacturer SKU: SUNVS4
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The SunRunner Variable Speed Pool Pump boasts fast and simple maintenance, making this the ideal variable speed pool pump you've been looking for. More Details
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The SunRunner Variable Speed Pool Pump boasts fast and simple maintenance, making this the ideal variable speed pool pump you've been looking for.

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The SunRunner Variable Speed Pool Pump reduces energy usage by up to 90% versus standard pool motors. Powerful, highly-efficient, ultra-quiet, the SunRunner VS Pool Pump provides the right features at the right cost.

Dedicated Purpose Pool Pump (DPPP) Efficiency Standards 2021

New federal regulations will require new pool pumps manufactured after July 19, 2021 to meet new minimum energy standards. This includes both in-ground and above-ground pumps. The new standards apply to residential and commercial pumps and are not the same for all pumps.

Note: Existing installed pumps do not have to meet the new standards.

All motors will have a Service Factor (SF) of 1.0 and the horsepower (HP) displayed on the pump will be Total Horsepower (THP). Max-rated, up-rated and full-rated pump designations will be eliminated.

IMPORTANT: Pump classifications will no longer be based upon the application. Example: No more in-ground or above-ground. Now Self Priming (In-Ground) or Non-Self Priming (Above-Ground).

New Terms, Definitions and Labeling Requirements

WEF (Weighted Energy Factor): This is a measure of the pump's energy efficiency (how much water is pumped divided by how much energy it takes), similar to miles per gallon in an automobile. The higher the WEF, the more efficient the pump. Each pump must be labeled with its WEF.

HHP (Hydraulic Horsepower): This is the amount of hydraulic power produced by the pump's wet- end. This measurement is the pump power output at maximum operating speed and full impeller diameter. HHP is used to size pumps instead of motor horsepower.

THP (Total Horsepower) or SFHP (Service Factor Horsepower): This is the new pump HP rating and is determined by the total HP created at the motor shaft. Each pump must be labeled with its THP.

After July 19, 2021: Once the inventory of existing standard pumps is no longer available, customers will have to purchase a new variable-speed or energy efficient pump that meets the new requirements, regardless if it is used for filtration, water features, negative edge, etc.

Note: At this time, the new standards do not apply to replacement motors. This means a customer can replace a malfunctioning motor without replacing the existing pump.