AO Smith 56C 1/2HP Filter
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Century A.O. Smith CK1052 56C C-Face 1/2 HP Single Speed Full Rated Pool Filter Motor, 8.0/4.0A 115/230V

SKU #: CK1052


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Short Description

The A.O. Smith NEMA C-Face Pool Filter Motor works efficiently with its single speed design.

Pool Motor Features:

  • Auto Protector
  • NEMA 56C Face Mount
  • Open Dripproof
  • Capacitor Start and Capacitor Start-Capacitor Run
  • Rotation: CCW Pump End
  • Sealed Ball Bearings
  • Sealed switch design
  • 1081 Design
  • 50 C Ambient
  • 60 Hertz
  • 303 Stainless Steel Shaft

Description

The A.O. Smith NEMA C-Face Pool Filter Motor works effectively with its single speed design. With a horsepower rating of 1/2"P, the NEMA C-Face Pool Filter Motor is Full-Rated and provides long lasting and trustworthy performance. Its Energy Efficient capacitor start is run using a ?Conservationist? motor for enhanced performance. Equipped with the ability to withstand ambient temperatures up to 50°C and constructed with an open drip proof enclosure, the NEMA C-Face Pool Filter Motor is sure to last. The NEMA C-Face Pool Filter Motor also meets California Energy Commission Appliance Regulations 2008 for ultimate efficiency.

Highlights:

Single Phase

Single Phase

Single Phase wiring is basic with an alternating current that delivers efficient operation. Little maintenance is required and provides reliable performance
Different Frame Types

Different Frame Types

The different frame types include: C, J, Y, Z, JM, JP, or TCZ. These letters are combined with numbers to define standard specifications including the way the motor mounts onto the pump, its shaft height, and diameter
Energy Efficiency

Energy Efficiency

This motor operates at a higher efficiency level than standard efficiency motors. Its aggressive stamina comes from durable bearings and smaller, increased aerodynamic cooling fans that work to eliminate failure rates and unnecessary energy expenditures, ultimately reducing high operating costs