Pump Motors

Pump Motors

 

A. O. SMITH MOTORS

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SQ1072     3/4 HP full rate square flange     $189.00

SQ1102   1 HP full rate square flange           $219.00

SQ1152     1.5 HP full rate square flange     $279.00

SQ-1202     2 HP full rate square flange    $339.00

SQ-1302    3 HP full rate square flange     $429.00

 

CENTURION PRO  MOTORS

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Recognized as the leading supplier of electric motors to the leisure water industry, Century thrives on bringing innovative, high quality pool and spa replacement pump motors to market. By working with industry leaders—installers, dealers, and distributors from across the nation—Century has raised the bar still higher and is pleased to introduce the all new Centurion PRO premium line of professional grade replacement pump motors.

When it comes to durability, installer-friendly features, and overall ergonomics, no other replacement pump motor comes close to a superbly crafted Centurion PRO pool and spa motor. The Centurion PRO design packs best-in-class features into a rugged, accessible layout that improves the installation experience. Every advantage, from the inclusion of the most reliable switch and governor in the industry, to premium bearings on both the pump and lead ends of the motor, to the innovative hybrid end frame with new PCB terminal board, new voltage change device and definitive shaft access path, has been put into the hands of pool professionals making it possible to quickly and easily replace a pump motor with a Centurion PRO.

HST080     3/4 HP “C” flange motor    $169.00

HST110     1 HP “C” flange motor         $189.00

HST150     1.5 HP “C” flange motor     $229.00

HST225    2 HP “C” flange motor        $289.00

Motor Tips

Improperly wiring a motor will cause irreversible damage. If the motor runs slowly then trips out, it is incorrectly wired. Please carefully read the motor name plate regarding the connections. 115/230 volt motors are shipped from the factory connected for 230 volts. A motor connected for 115 volts that has 230 volts applied will burn up immediately. A motor connected for 230 volts that has 115 volts applied will run slowly and trip out. If the wires moved on the connection board are not replaced on the proper terminals, the result will be a slow running motor that overheats and trips out. These motors have automatic overload protection, which means the motor will not run again until it cools down. If you are experiencing problems, please recheck the connections to insure you have the motor properly wired for the incoming voltage. These motors have been test run at the factory, and they very rarely have problems. Problems are almost always related to improper wiring or other installation issues. Please be sure that you are ordering the correct motor and that follow all installation instructions carefully.

Shaft seal failure is the major cause of motor failure. This allows moisture to go back to the motor causing corrosion and much more. One of the causes of a shaft seal going bad is the result of the pump running dry which heats up all the parts inside the pump causing damage. It’s always best to replace the shaft seal when installing a new motor. If the motor fails due to water damage it can void the manufactures warranty.