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Replaces Model: K55MYKHF-9557
Now comes with upgraded wet end and fan on rear.
This pump is used to circulate water in hot tubs and spas, its usually located just before the heater tube and. The pump is made up of an Impeller housing and a motor made by Emerson.
Separate parts are available for this pump.
Please note the wet end is easily rotated to point left or right by loosening the through bolts on the rear of the motor, also that the width of the thread on wet end union fittings is 7.6cm.
Aqua-flo Circ master specification information:
Quick Find Code: 20010Brand: Aqua-FloWet End Frame Size: 48Pump Horse Power: 1/15Pump Speeds: 1Length (cm): 33Width (cm): 21Height (cm): 17.5Motor HP: 1/15Pump KW: UnknownPump Amps: 0.63Pump RPM: 1425Impellor HP Size: 1Includes Cable: NoWet End Suction Location: MiddleWet End Return Location: RightWet End Return Union Size: 2Wet End Suction Union Size: 2
Please note all Hot tub Parts sold are UK Spec, which means designed for 230 V at 50Hz
At Hot Tub DIY we want to make it as easy as possible for you to repair or build your hot tub, the following guides relate to this product.
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This pump replaced a pump with identical plate markings. We had a little difficulty in as much as the pump was fitted with different input and output configurations. That said we were able by removing four screws and turning the pump around and then replacing the screws, to get the connections made. That said the pump is now working well with water circulating as it should.