Hayward Pro Series Top Mount Sand Filter - Above Ground & Inground Pools


MSRP: $499.88
Your Price: $419.99
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Hayward Pro Series Top-Mount Sand Filters - Above Ground and Inground Pools
Superior filtration from the inside out.
The Pro Series filter features an integral top diffuser that evenly distributes unfiltered water over the sand media bed in a cascading, umbrella-like pattern. This allows the greatest filtration possible from every square inch of sand. Then the self-cleaning underdrain assembly, with its 360° slotted laterals, provides a fast, balanced flow of clear water back to the pool while allowing for more thorough backwashing. Best of all, the Pro's full-flow technology reduces your energy costs because the filter operates for shorter periods. Seven-position valve puts you in control. The patented, multiport control valve developed by Hayward was designed with seven pool filter positions. An easy-to-use lever-action handle lets you quickly dial any function. Long-lasting convenience. You can easily access the Pro Series filter assembly for simple servicing via the unique folding ball joint in the laterals. A corrosion-proof housing protects the filter from severe weather for years to come. Hoses Sold Separately.
All Filters Include 1.5" Top mount Multiport Valve
S166T is recommended for Above Ground Pools up to 18' round
S180T is recommended for Above Ground Pools up to 21' round
S210T is recommended for Above Ground Pools up to 24' round
S220T is recommended for Above Ground Pools over 24' 
S244T is recommended for Inground Pools up to 16 x 32
S270T is recommended for Inground Pools up to 20 x 40
 It's always best to get a filter that is a little larger for your size pool. You can't have enough filtration.
Did You Know?
 Sand filters are one of the most popular ways to filter water. For good reason. They are simple, effective, and require very little attention. Pool water is routed through a sand-filled pressure vessel. Over time, dirt accumulates in the spaces between the sand particles causing the pressure in the vessel to rise as water finds it harder to pass through. This signals the pool owner to backwash the filter. Simply reverse the water flow and knock out the dirt.