HAYWARD EC-50 PERFLEX D. E. Above Ground Swimming Pool Filter System 1.5HP PUMP
E filter system w/1.5hp power-flo pump. Filtration is the best water recirculation method available. Filtert traps dirt, removing microscopic dust and pollen as small as one micron-100x’s smaller than a grain of salt. Besides its remarkable filtering capabilities, the perflex d. Has been re-engineered with a clamp for easy access to internal components.
Its patented flex-tubet technology traps dirt and impurities as they pass through the filter providing the deepest, most comprehensive clean on the market. The hayward ec-50 perflex series d. Filter system provides crystal clear sparkling water at an economical price. The perflex patented “flex-tube” design in combination with d.
Perflex series filters come complete with filter base, (2) 1-1/2 hoses, fittings, filter tank, quick connect union, ball valve and pump. Ideal for above ground pools up to 30′ round and 21′x43′ oval. E filter system includes filter tank, pressure gauge, 1.5-hp power-flo pump, filter base, union connection, (2)1 1/2 x 6′ filter hoses, hose adapters, hose clamps, and backwash valve.
Captures all dirt, removing microscopic dust and pollen as small as one micron. Pump-to-filter union connection provides simple installation and winterization. Flow rate of 50 gallons per minute or 24,000 gallons in 8 hours. Includes 6′ power cord with standard 115v plug.
Made by hayward pool products. Approximate outside dimensions of filter system: length:26″, width:17″, height: 30.The item “HAYWARD EC-50 PERFLEX D. Above Ground Swimming Pool Filter System 1.5HP PUMP” is in sale since Friday, June 01, 2012. This item is in the category “Home & Garden\Yard, Garden & Outdoor Living\Pools & Spas\Pool Parts & Maintenance\Pool Filters”. The seller is “poolfactoryny” and is located in Brooklyn, New York.
- Brand: Hayward
- Model: EC50 1.5HP
- MPN: EC50C80X5S
- Material: DE EARTH
- Country of Manufacture: United States
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