Certikin iSAVER 1.1kw Swimming Pool Pump Inverter For 1 phase Pumps Up To 1hp
- Certikin iSAVER Swimming Pool Pump Inverter 1.1kW
- Suitable For Single Phase Pumps Up To 1HP
- Cost Effective Return On Investment
- Reduce Running Costs Up To 65%
- Simple installation on new or retro pumps up to 1hp
- Suitable For Single Phase Pumps Only
- Improves filtration &Easy to install
- Also Available As 2.2kw To Suit Pumps Up To 2hp
DELIVERY: We aim to send all products out on a next working day service but all standard deliveries will be within 5 working days
RETURNS: This product can be returned in original packaging, suitable for resale, within 14 days from date of delivery. Returns should be sent via a "Signed For" carrier or post.
When we receive the item, our returns department confirm that everything is present and in its in original condition to ensure its eligibility for refund. We process refunds as quickly as possible. We process most refunds on the same day which they were received, but please allow up to a maximum of 14 days for the money to reach your account. It rarely takes this long, but can happen sometimes for reasons such as bank delays or errors.
The iSAVER Inverter is a low cost solution designed to greatly reduce the running costs of pool circulation pumps and improve the efficiency of swimming pool filtration.
Swimming pool pumps invariably run at higher flow rates than necessary. iSAVER Inverter technology enables you to control both pump flow-rates and pump run times.
Swimming pool pump energy conservation is evolving, it’s now possible to reduce the running costs of your pool pump by as much as 60% simply by linking your existing pool circulation pump to an inverter.
How does it work?
The 1.1kw iSaver Pool Pump Inverter works by allowing your single speed pool pump (1hp) to run at lower flow rates, increasing efficiency and reducing energy consumption by up to 60%.
Single speed pool pumps tend to run at higher capacities than required and therefore are inefficient and expensive to run, without adding an inverter.
as an example, reducing a motor speed of 2850rpm to 1950rpm can result in reducing power input from 983 watts to 295 which is over 70% less.
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