Tiny Might 1/16HP
Tiny Might 1/16HP Tiny Might 1/16HP Tiny Might 1/16HP Tiny Might 1/16HP Tiny Might 1/16HP Tiny Might 1/16HP
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Waterway 3312620-14 Tiny Might 1/16HP Spa Pump, 1in. Union x 1in. Union, 230V


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Short Description

High in efficiency and low on power use, this Tiny Might packs a not-so-tiny punch.

Spa Pump Features:

  • High volume side discharge efficiency
  • 60% more efficient than other center discharge pumps
  • Side discharge for optimum flow
  • 1" union or 1" barb
  • Wet end can be rotated for easy installation
  • Large 6-1/2" diameter wet end for higher head pressure
  • Allied SKU: 1-00-0179

Description

The Tiny Might offers you a great low flow alternative with high volume. It's quiet, dependable and will maintain your water flow during winter and warmer climates. High in efficiency and low on power use, this Tiny Might packs a not-so-tiny punch. The Waterway's commitment to design, innovation and quality American made products makes for a solid combination of style and dependability.

Center vs. Side Discharge Pumps
Swimming pool and spa pumps are classified, in part, according to the orientation of their discharge openings. Center discharge pumps have an opening located in the center of the wet end, while side discharge pumps have an opening located on the side of the wet end. Water is propelled through the openings and flows out through the jets in your spa. Side discharge pumps are up to 60% more efficient for pumping out high volumes of water than center discharge pumps.

What the frame size on a spa pump mean?
The frame size on a spa pump is the physical size of the spa pump motor. The frame is the piece that mounts the wet end to the motor. The frame size is located on the motor's ID plate, usually marked with an F for frame size. The thru-bolt spacing is also an indicator of frame size. A 48 frame motor has bolts spaced less than 4 inches apart, and the 56 frame motor has bolts with spacing more than 4 inches apart.