Here are five ways Hayward is helping pool professionals transition to new Department of Energy standards.
1. We have the broadest range of DOE-compliant pool pumps, including single-speed options.
Many Hayward single-speed pumps are DOE-compliant and will continue to be manufactured and sold. More specifically, Hayward TriStar,® Super Pump® and MaxFlo® XL single-speed pumps 1 HP and lower meet the new DOE energy-efficiency standards and are fully compliant.
2. We’re designing product solutions that exceed the new efficiency requirements.
The Hayward TriStar VS 900 ultra-high efficiency pump boasts the highest WEF rating available, at a whopping 12.9.* Hayward’s new XE ultra-high efficiency pumps also offer superior efficiency at a purchase price up to 1/3 lower than similar pumps.
3. We’re focusing on education.
We’re taking a leadership approach to the DOE regulatory changes by working to educate both the trade and homeowners on what it means for them. We’re helping the trade make informed decisions about their businesses and helping homeowners make the best choices for their pools by diving into new terms and concepts, explaining what they mean and why they’re important.
4. We’re making important information available.
Our dedicated DOE Resource Center found at hayward.com/regulations offers fact sheets, FAQs, videos, infographics, blog articles, whitepapers, recorded webinars, tradeshow class trainings and more. This site is updated regularly with key DOE updates, important news and other useful resources for continued help on navigating these changes.
5. We’re keeping the conversation going.
To get in touch with our experts about questions on the regulations, send an email to DOERegulations@hayward.com.
Visit hayward.com/regulations to learn more about Department of Energy regulatory changes.
*Claim based on TriStar® VS 900 pump rating per Dept. of Energy efficiency metrics as of June 1, 2021.