Jandy Sheer Descent Waterfall with Back Feed 18inch., Extended 6inch. Gray Lip - Metal
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About The Jandy 1218G Sheer Descent Waterfall with Back Feed 18inch., Extended 6inch. Gray Lip - Metal
The Jandy 1218G Sheer Descent Waterfall produces a clear arc of water, projecting away from the pool wall. The Jandy 1218G Sheer Descent Waterfall produces a wide range of water effects and can easily be adjusted to suit any mood or environment. The flow can be setup to create a range of effects from an almost silent, glass like sheet of water, to a rushing mountain spring waterfall.
Features:• For Non-Square or Rectangular Pools Choose Correct Style, Lip Color, Feed Type, Lip Size And Radius Carefully
• Allow for Installation of Brick or Stone on Face of Raised Beam
• Injection Molded PVC
• Uni-Body Construction
• Creates Clear Sheet of Water
• Available in Lengths from 8" to 8', Including Curved and Extended Lip Models
• Radius And Super Radius Waterfalls for Greater Customization of Unusual Shapes and Designs
• Also Available with Bonded, Hammered Metal Lips
• No Jandy Valve or Rock Trap
Specifications:• Waterfall Style: Sheer Descent
• Lip Color: Gray
• Finish: Metal
• Feed Type: Back Feed
• Length: 18"
• Lip Size: Extended (6")
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Can you show me the specs on this item and what size pump will it take to run it
This is information from the Jandy Sheer Descent's installation manual.
In most cases, a properly sized standard swimming pool pump will operate the Sheer Descent waterfall and filter the pool with little loss of total water turnover. As a general rule of thumb, the Sheer Descent waterfall requires approximately 12 gallons per minute per foot with little head loss. For a more dramatic effect, more water gallonage can be applied to project the waterfall further away from the wall. When plumbing multiple falls, add the total length of waterfalls together to determine GPM required. e.g. When plumbing two 6 foot units, you now have 12 feet of waterfall, which requires 144 gallons per minute.
For more information including a reference chart and sizing of dedicated waterfall pumps please refer to this Installation Manual (Click Here to View PDF). The information on pump sizing begins on page 10.
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