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Polaris Booster Pump for Pressure Side Pool Cleaners

List price: $620.99  
Your discount: $218.00 (35%)
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Quality and technology combine in this durable 3/4 horsepower Booster Pump.

Polaris pressure pumps are specifically designed to operate your Pressure side cleaner at Optimum Cleaning Efficiency. The compact, rugged design allows for maximum performance.

  • Ultra high efficiency 3/4 horsepower motor
  • New and improved-Easy pump seal replacement
  • Ergonomic drain plug with o-ring
  • New larger volute seal o-ring
  • 115/230V

This pump is not self priming. Use only when pol filtration system is on.

Comes with 6' of flex hose and quick connect.

Product Warranty: 1 Year Manufacture Warranty

Polaris Booster Pump for Pressure Side Pool Cleaners MANUAL (Polaris_Booster_Pump_for_Pressure_Side_Pool_Cleaners_MANUAL.pdf, 7,490 Kb) [Download]

I used this booster pump to replace one that died in my pool system. This pump powers my polaris cleaner. This pump was $299+tax at the local pool supply store. My pool repair guy said he could install one for $375+tax.

It looked like such a simple install I decided to try it myself. Glad I did. If you are replacing an existing booster pump, just take a picture of the hose routing and wire routing before disconnecting anything. The "quick connect" hoses really are quick. Once you get in the motor, there are two wires and a ground to connect -- again very easy.

Took me 3 hours to install, being very careful, and including a trip to Lowes. Hardest part was disconnecting the old (rusted) parts from the old booster. If you have any DIY skill, you should have no worries installing this pump youself.
I installed the Polaris pump over the weekend and it's working great. Runs quietly and provides the Polaris sweep with plenty of pressure.

The pump comes with a 4 foot length of plastic hose and 4 plastic connectors that are very handy if you are replacing an old pump. The original connectors on my old pump were very brittle and cracked while I was disconnecting the hoses.

Hose connections: Make sure you have a tube of silicone grease to lube the threads of the plastic connectors before you screw them into the pump. Makes future disassembly much easier. Also, the hoses slide over the prongs of the plastic connectors a lot easier if you use plenty of lube on them.
The pump I replaced with this one was sooo loud. This one is so silent, at first I thought it wasn't working. If you want a quiet running booster pump, go for the Polaris. The instructions aren't very helpful with the electrical part of installation, but if you are replacing an old pump like I was, it's not hard to figure out. Highly recommend this pump!
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