Pumps

High performance & power saving

used energy efficiently

The pumps are important components of your hot tub. They are responsible for getting enough pressure to the jets so you can enjoy a deeply penetrating massage: The stronger a hot tub pump, the more effective the massage. Our high-quality pumps are extremely energy-saving, efficient and powerful. Due to their high throughput, they are the ideal therapy pumps even for large spa systems. Because the more water volume forced through the pipes, the greater the massage pressure in the whirlpool. Unlike many manufacturers, Whirlcare does not use a two-stage pump system, but rather uses a separate energy saving circulation pump for water circulation, regardless of the total number of pumps. This preserves the full pumping power for the hydromassage, giving you more power with less electricity consumption.

2,5 HP comparison

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Whirlcare Pump

Max. pressure in bar

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conventional pump
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Whirlcare Pump

throughput litres per hour

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conventional pump

A 1.85 KW (2.5 hp) Whirlcare pump generates a maximum pressure of 1.65 bar with a maximum throughput of 55,440 litres per hour. The average reference values of other pumps with the same power are only 1.47 bar and a maximum of 38,520 litres per hour.

The difference

conventional pump system

Whirlcare Pump system

Among other things, the throughput has something to do with the construction of the impeller. While conventional pumps use a straight corrugation system, the Whirlcare pump continues to move the water in the swept blade system. With this technology, the Whirlcare pump can pump more water pressure and thus generate more power. Full power for your massage!

The 3 HP comparison

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Whirlcare Pump

Max. pressure in bar

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conventional Pump
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Whirlcare Pump

throughput L/h

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conventional Pump

Even at the next higher power level, the 2.2 kW (3 hp) pumps used in the Whirlcare are clearly superior with 1.9 bar pressure and a maximum throughput of 61,200 litres per hour. The comparison of the competition shows that stronger pumps, e.g. with 2.5 KW or 3.38 hp, must be used here to reach maximum values of just 1.54 bar or 46,440 litres per hour.