Variable Speed Pump settings for optimum cleaning and savings.

  • Last Post 22 April 2022
Zzotto21 posted this 28 August 2020


We have a fiberlgass salt pool of approximately 6,000 gallons. We have a Pentair VS Superflo pump and a Pentair CC100 filter. We are located on the east coast of FL. We previously lived in NJ and I had our pool pump/filter settings down to a science but here in FL there seems to be many more variables.

Can you reccoment pump settings for both optimum pool cleaning as well as power savings? Keeping in mind we have Pentair IC15 Intellichlor salt chlorine gnerator?

Thanks in advance.


MatthewSinclair posted this 22 April 2022

My friends and I often rent apartments with a pool, so I know that cleaning the pool is an important aspect of its quality. There are several types of cleaning: mechanical, filtration, and chemical. It is necessary to remove large debris from the water and objects that have accidentally fallen into it. Chemical water treatment is necessary to remove various contaminants that cannot be removed mechanically. Personally, I'm too lazy to do it all, so we have end of tenancy cleaning Raynes Park. And do not forget that before the season is cleaned, the walls and the bottom of the bowl should be treated with a special compound.