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AO Smith Standard 3 HP Full Rated Round Pool Motor - ST1302

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Original price
$439.99
Current price

$399.00

SKU ST1302

Product Description

AO Smith Standard 3 Horsepower Full Rated Round Pool Motor ST1302 replaces the Baker Hydron, Hayward Super and Super II, Max-Flo pumps, American Eagle, Americana and Noryl, Purex Aquatron 2, and Jacuzzi Magnum.

AO Smith was recently acquired by Century Electric Motors.  You can expect the same great quality motors from Century Electric.  Motors are now labeled as Century Electric formerly A.O. Smith.

Features:

  • All copper windings and sealed switch design with auto protector   
  • NEMA ''56C'' face mount and auto protector   
  • Stainless steel and  threaded shaft and aluminum end-bell
  • 60 Hz and energy efficient   
  • 3450 RPM and service factor 1.15

Specifications:

  • Horsepower:  3 HP
  • Ambient Temperature:  50 deg C
  • BearingType:  Sealed Ball
  • Diameter:  6-1/2 Inch
  • Duty Cycle:  Continuous
  • Efficiency Group:  High
  • Enclosure Design:  Open Drip proof
  • Finish Color:  Black Lacquer
  • Flange Material:  Aluminum
  • Frame:  56J
  • Frequency Rating:  60 Hz
  • Full Load Amps:  14.5-13.8 A
  • Insulation Class:  B
  • Item:  Two-Compartment Pool Filter Motor
  • Motor Design:  Capacitor Start/Run
  • Motor Shaft Rotation:  CCWPE
  • Motor Thermal Protection:  Auto
  • Mounting Type:  C-Face
  • Number of Speed:  1-Speed
  • Overall Length:  14.19 Inch
  • Phase:  1-Phase
  • RPM:  3450
  • Service Factor:  1.15
  • Shaft Design:  Threaded
  • Shaft Diameter:  5/8 Inch
  • Shaft Length:  2-9/16 Inch
  • Shaft Material:  303 Stainless Steel
  • Standards Approvals:  UL 1081 Approved, UL Recognized (E14663), CSA Certified (LR4642)
  • Sub Brand:  Century
  • Thrust Horsepower:  3.45
  • Type:  Full-Rated, CP
  • Voltage Rating:  208-230 V


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