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What pump can I use for my Intex pool?

What pump can I use for my Intex pool?

They require a Type A or C replacement cartridge. They cost around $120. The 633T is Intex’s strongest Cartridge Filter Pump, with a pump flow rate of 2,500 gallons per hour, and is designed for pools of up to 15,200 gallons. They use a Type B cartridge and the 633T retails for around $300.

What size pump do I need for an above ground pool?

Round Above Ground Pool: For pools up to 24 Ft Round, use a 1 HP pool pump. For pools over 24 Ft Round, we recommend using a 1.5 HP pool pump.

How many GPH do you need for an Intex pool?

1,000 GPH Pump Flow Rate

Pump Flow Rate 1,000 Gallons Per Hour 1,500 Gallons Per Hour
System Flow Rate 750 Gallons Per Hour 1,180 Gallons Per Hour
Minimum Pool Size 700 Gallons
Maximum Pool Size 6,000 Gallons 9,400 Gallons
Replacement Cartridge Type A or C Type A or C

Do you need a filter pump for Intex pool?

Intex pools — the same as with all other swimming pools — require a filter, pump and the appropriate chemicals, such as chlorine, to keep the pool water clean and sanitary for swimmers.

Which Intex pump is best?

Intex Krystal Clear Sand Filter Pumps. The Intex Krystal Clear Sand Filter Pump Series is our recommendation for those looking to upgrade their pump for their Intex pool.

How do I know what size pool pump I need?

Divide the pool volume by the number of hours that you would want the pump to be running, so that would be 65,947.5 divided by 6. This would give you 10,991 which means your pump should be able to turn around this much water in 6 hours.

Can you swim in Intex pool with filter running?

Guest. Many of the INTEX pump/filters are NOT UL rated and you should not swim with them plugged in. They do have one or two that are UL rated and can be left on while swimming. Just about all other pool equipment brands can be used while you are in the pool when properly installed.

How long does an Intex pool pump last?

between 8 to 15 years
Your pool pump should be replaced anywhere between 8 to 15 years depending on the quality, and a full replacement may cost over $800. Your pool pump is the “heart” of your swimming pool as it circulates water throughout, bringing water through the filtration and heating systems.

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