With a timer, every second means savings!
A timer is easy to program and allows you to turn off the pump without sacrificing water quality.
A timer can help you save up to
on filtering costs without sacrificing water quality.
- Peace of mind: Avoid starting and stopping the pump yourself.
- Less noise: Eliminate noise from the pump motor for hours at a time!
- Cost effective: Recover the cost of the timer before the end of the summer.
Savings for both types of pools
24-ft. diameter (42 m2)
Save up to
16 ft. x 32 ft. (48 m2)
Save up to
- Make sure your pool water is clean and chemically balanced (pH and chlorine) at all times. If you use a chlorinator or a salt water system, readjust the flow accordingly. Your timer might not be compatible with your automatic chlorine or salt dispenser. Check with your retailer and follow the manufacturer’s recommendations.
- If you have a pool heater, don’t use a timer since the circulating pump will have to work whenever the heater is on.
- You’ll need a master electrician to install any in-ground pool timer that needs to be connected to the distribution panel.
- Don’t use a timer with a pump above water level unless there’s absolutely no risk of it losing its prime.
** Calculation basis
Tip: Program off time
|Above-ground pool||12 hours||10 hours||10 hours||10 hours||12 hours|
|In-ground pool||10 hours||6 hours||6 hours||6 hours||10 hours|