Speck Badu Eco Touch VS Pump

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Speck Badu Eco Touch VS Pump

 

Brand: Badu

Size: 1.5hp Variable Speed

 

The Speck Badu Eco Touch VS Pump offers cutting-edge motor technology designed for your swimming pool. This is revolutionising energy efficiency by lowering power consumption and operating costs while increasing water quality in pools. The patented magnet motor, with an axil rotor (DC Motor),  has been optimised for use in swimming pool filter systems.

Thanks to its 6 Star energy rating, the highly efficient BADU Eco Touch VS is setting the standard compared with a conventional induction motor pump. The operating costs and the CO2 emissions are significantly lower in comparison with a standard pump meaning the pump pays for itself in less than two years.

 

Speck Badu Eco Touch VS Pump Benefits:

  • Eco Friendly
  • Lower Energy Costs
  • Lower Noise Levels
  • Lower Carbon Footprint
  • Suitable for pools with a maximum salt level of 5,000 ppm
  • Stainless steel shaft and 100% recyclable plastics for corrosion and saltwater resistance

What is a variable speed pump?

As you might expect it has the capacity to be programmed to run at different speed.  As a result, you can significantly reduce power costs and the impact on the environment.

What is the best pool pump for my swimming pool?

It depends on the litreage of water in your pool. You may need a more powerful pump or multiple pumps to maintain the water quality in a large or commercial pool. Alternatively, if you have a small pool you don’t want to be wasting power and money when you don’t need to.

What is the right pool pump size for my pool?

It is essential to pick the correct size pool pump depending on your swimming pool volume. Oasis Pools’ Auckland’s pool and spa specialists, know which questions to ask to match you with the correct pool pump for your pool. This is essential to ensure the best pool water quality on your pool.

 

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