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Pool Flowmeter for 1-1/2 Inch Pipe - 25 to 60 GPM
Rola-Chem #AQ7102M-T
18 in stock
From$65.45
 
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Pool Flowmeter for 2 Inch Pipe - 40 to 140 GPM
5 (1)
Rola-Chem #AQ7105M-T
54 in stock
$69.07
 
Pool Flowmeter for 2-1/2 Inch Pipe - 70 to 240 GPM
Rola-Chem #AQ7107M-T
4 in stock
From$69.53
 
Pool Flowmeter for 3 Inch Pipe - 100 to 300 GPM
Rola-Chem #AQ7108M-T
9 in stock
From$88.23
 
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Pool Flowmeter for 4 Inch Pipe - 175 to 500 GPM
Rola-Chem #AQ7111M-T
7 in stock
$97.37
 
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Pool Flowmeter for 6 Inch Pipe - 400 to 1050 GPM
Rola-Chem #AQ7114M-T
6 in stock
$118.96
 
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Pool Flowmeter for 8 Inch Pipe - 700 to 1900 GPM
5 (1)
Rola-Chem #AQ7117M-T
1 in stock
$97.52 $123.53
 
Small Body Flowmeter 1 Inch Brass Threaded End 2 to 16 GPM
4 (1)
Pentair #LDF359T
Allow 1-2 Months to Ship
$176.17
Signet 515 Rotor-X Self-Powered PVDF Flow Sensor 1/2 to 4 Inch Pipe
GF Signet #P51530-T0
Allow 3-5 Days to Ship
$848.26
Signet 515 Rotor-X Self-Powered Polypropylene Flow Sensor 1/2 to 4 Inch Pipe
GF Signet #P51530-P0
Allow 3-5 Days to Ship
$504.48
Signet 515 Rotor-X Self-Powered Polypropylene Flow Sensor 5 to 8 Inch Pipe
GF Signet #P51530-P1
Allow 3-5 Days to Ship
$521.82
Signet 515 Rotor-X Self-Powered Polypropylene Flow Sensor 10 to 36 Inch Pipe
GF Signet #P51530-P2
Allow 3-5 Days to Ship
$563.07
Signet Sensor Saddle Clamp-on 2-1/2 Inch - Schedule 80
GF Signet #PV8S025
Allow 3-5 Days to Ship
$228.39
F-2000RTP Paddlewheel Flowmeter for 3 Inch PVC Tee - Battery 60-600 GPM - Wall
Blue White #RTPB30ATGM1-W
Ships from the manufacturer
$943.90
 
Signet 2537 Paddlewheel Flow Sensor Polypropylene Rotor, Titanium Pin, 4-20mA
GF Signet #3-2537-6C-P1
Allow 7-10 Days to Ship
$877.12

Pool Water Flow Meters

The benefits of buying a flow meter for a pool are numerous. Firstly, having a flow meter allows you to accurately monitor the turnover rate of your pool's water, ensuring that it is being filtered properly and efficiently. This means that the water in your pool stays clean and healthy for swimming. Secondly, by having accurate measurements of the water turnover rate, you can adjust the filter’s settings accordingly to maximize its effectiveness and efficiency. In addition, as many flowmeters are automated, they provide you with real-time readings of what is going on in your pool which makes it easier to spot any potential issues or areas where filtration may need to be improved. Finally, owning a flowmeter can also save you money in the long run as it helps reduce energy costs by optimizing filter performance and decreasing chemical usage.

Why does a pool need a flow meter?

A flow meter is an essential piece of equipment that should be used in every pool. Its primary function is to measure the flow rate of water moving through the pool's filtration system. It is crucial to maintain the water circulation and rates of flow to ensure the pool's overall cleanliness and safety.

Flow meters are designed to measure water flow volumes accurately, making it simpler for pool operators to adjust the filtration system's flow rates to the appropriate levels. When the water flow is sluggish, it can create the perfect environment for dangerous bacteria and algae to thrive, putting swimmers at significant risk.

Flow meters play a vital role in ensuring that the pool water is clean, clear, and safe for swimmers. They allow accurate monitoring of flow rates, which in turn contributes to the effectiveness of the chlorination and filtration process. This process, in turn, helps to maintain a healthy swimming environment, reducing the risks of bacterial infections and other common pool-related illnesses.

In conclusion, having a flow meter in a pool is critical for the safe functioning of the filtration system. Without one, pool operators will have no way of measuring the water flow, making it virtually impossible to ensure that the water remains clean, clear, and safe for swimmers. Installing a flow meter is a wise investment for any pool owner, as it can significantly reduce the risk of bacterial infections and other health hazards associated with poorly maintained swimming pools.