Pool Pump Department of Energy Standards are Changing

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Leave Single Speed Pumps in the Kiddie Pool.

The new Department of Energy (DOE) Dedicated Purpose Pool Pump (DPPP) regulations go into effect 7.19.21, and most in-ground, single-speed pool pumps will fall out of federal compliance. Trust the inventors of variable speed pump technology to get you up to speed, so you can grow your business.

What's changing?
cyclical arrows icon Here’s the gist: the Department of Energy has passed new regulations around the minimum energy efficiency of pool pumps. Spoiler: most single speed pumps won’t pass muster.
When Does this Take Effect?
clock icon Starting July 19, 2021, all new and replacement pool pumps will need to comply with the regulation. (Psst: there are a few exceptions, check out the FAQs at the bottom on the page to learn more.)
What's In It For You?
person icon A brand new pool of customers, with federal mandate in-hand and lots of questions. In other words, one heckuva potential boost to your bottom-line. Especially if you dive in and get out ahead of the competition!


Clearing the Water on Pool Pump Performance

When new DOE regulations go into effect in July 2021, many single speed pool pumps will fall out of compliance. Now is the time to learn how you can meet the new pool pump regulations and save money by choosing the right pump for your pool. 

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Resources To Get You Ready

These resources will help get you primed and ready to turn this regulation change into a business boost.
We’ll keep ‘em coming, so check back often.

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Calculate Your Savings

Estimate how much you can save on energy costs by switching to a variable speed pool pump. You could save up to 90%*. Use the calculator below. 

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Still have questions? We’ve got you.

*Savings based on variable speed pump compared to a single-speed pump running 12 hours per day at an average of $0.16 per kWh in a 20,000 gallon pool. Actual savings may vary based on local utility rates, pool size, pump run time, pump horsepower, pump rpm, plumbing size and length, pump model, service factor and other hydraulic factors.

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