Poolking | Custom protein skimmer pump supply

Poolking | Custom protein skimmer pump supply

 
Model: BF SERIES
 
Type:   Pool Filter
Usage:   Wate Treatment
Motive Force:                 Pressure
Style:   Vertical
Perfromance:                 Efficient Filtration
Dia:   450 mm ~ 1200 mm
Trademark:   Poolking
Origin:   China
HS Code:   8421219990
 
MOQ:                            20
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Product Details

With strong R&D strength and production capabilities, Poolking now has become a professional manufacturer and reliable supplier in the industry. All our products including protein skimmer pump are manufactured based on the strict quality management system and international standards. protein skimmer pump Poolking have a group of service professionals who are responsible for answering questions raised by customers through the Internet or phone, tracking the logistics status, and helping customers solve any problem. Whether you'd like to get more info on what, why and how we do, try our new product - Custom protein skimmer pump supply, or would like to partner up, we'd love to hear from you.It has the advantage of corrosion resistance. The product can work stably in harsh conditions such as acid-base and mechanical oil environment.

Advantages

R&D and QC departments make sure all the products are perfect and high quality.

Poolking offer high efficiency after-sales service to client. It takes 1 day to solve when any problem occurs.

POOLKING owns modern automatic production facility to produce over 3000 units sand filter per month

FAQ

Who can join

Dealers (Builders , wholesaler , trading company ) in the swimming pool industry .

When do I need to replace the sand?

On average, sand should be replaced every 3-5 years. This may be longer if the pool stays clear, or shorter, if the filter runs all the time. The jagged edges of the sand wear down and become smooth as the sand ages. When this happens the sand can no longer trap debris particles and dirt can pass through the sand and back into the pool.

How often should I clean my pool?

Some swimming pools have areas with little or no circulation. This is where algae and bacteria can begin to grow. At least once a week, the walls and floor should be brushed and vacuumed to remove debris that the filter misses. Brushing is a must, even if you use an automatic pool cleaner or retain a weekly service.

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