The Mathematics behind Choosing a Pool Pump
A mere swimming pool is not enough, it is vital to keep it clean because if it is not clean it will not appeal to your family and friends. Some years back maintaining a pool was costlier than owning one. This was because of the high cleaning cost and amount of hard work required to clean the pools. But thanks to the pool cleaners this job has become quite easy and owning and maintaining the pool has become affordable. The pool pumps have made the process easier.
Pool pump is one of the most important accessories for a pool which helps in pumping the water in and out and it helps to keep the water in the water clear. Dirty water would not look good at all and at the same time it is unhealthy. So this pumps do not only save your pool they save you from health problems. But it is very important to choose a pump smartly. This will save your money and energy both. If you purchase a pump that is not enough for the capacity of your pool then it will be of no use. At the same time if you purchase one that is bigger that what you actually require then it would be wastage of money.
The power of the pump is determined by how much it can circulate every minute and it is given in terms of gallons per minute. The calculation is quite easy. You need to first determine the total capacity of your pool. If you want to pump the whole water in every 6 hours then convert it into minutes.
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