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Save on Energy Costs 

With the FLOWREAD™

Save on your pool bill with our pool flowmeter - No pool guy required

Achieve the perfect pool turnover without wasted energy consumption.

When you set your pool pump speed too high, it can result in a considerable and unnecessary energy bill expense to the pool owner. But, when you are provided with an accurate flow reading from your FLOWREAD™ flowmeter, you are able to set the pump exactly where it needs to be in order to maintain a sparkling clean pool while saving you hundreds of dollars annually in energy costs.

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Optimize Pool Turnover Rate

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Save Money

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Conserve Water

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Waste Less Energy

How the FLOWREAD™ can help you save money:

  • It is one of the easiest ways to reduce your home’s energy usage
  • It saves you $600+ per year in energy costs (based on $0.18 per kWh)
  • It allows you adjust your variable speed pump to a much more efficient rate
  • It is extremely accurate, providing you with flawless operation
  • It was created of the highest quality materials right here in the U.S.
How to Save $600

Faster Doesn’t Always Mean Better

A large misconception is that pool water should be circulated as rapidly as possible in order to obtain the cleanest water, and then the pool pump should be shut off. 

In fact, the opposite is true — from both a cost and sanitation perspective, it is much more efficient to run a pool pump at a slower rate for 24 hours a day. This is because moving water is much easier to maintain than stagnant water when it is shut off after rapidly being pumped for 6–8 hours. It is also tremendously more cost-efficient to operate a pump at a slower speed, but you will want to have an accurate reading of your pool’s flow rate with the FLOWREAD™ before making the adjustment.

Calculating the Power of Your Pool Pump

While it may seem a bit technical, calculating the output of your pool pump is pretty straightforward:

  1. First, you will want to find the voltage and amps on the label of your pool pump and multiply those numbers together to get watts.
  2. Once you have the watts figured out, you will want to divide that number by 1,000 to get kilowatt-hours.
  3. Then, multiply the kilowatt-hours by the number of hours you operate your pool pump per day.
  4. Lastly, you will take your kilowatt-hours per day by the kilowatt-hour daily cost for your area (the average rate is $0.13 in the U.S.) to achieve the amount of money you are spending daily to run your pool pump.

Now that you can see how much you are spending per day, you can also multiply that number by the number of days in a month for however many months out of the year you operate your pool for. That’s a lot of money, isn’t it? Since this would be your pool pump working at full speed, just think about how much money you could save if you got an accurate reading of the gallons per minute that your pool is turning over and could dial in your pool pump to a slower, more efficient rate? 

Get Your Savings with the FLOWREAD™ Today

Don’t wait to start seeing money savings in your bank account — purchase the FLOWREAD™ today and to get an accurate reading of your pool’s flow rate so you can lower your pool pump speed while maintaining a pristine pool. As always, please do not hesitate to give us a call at Blue-White Pool and Spa today with any questions!

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