Paramount 004-252-3070-01 iJet Variable Orifice Return Jet Eyeball Fitting - 1.5" Threaded

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Paramount iJet Variable Speed Return Jet Eyeball Fitting. The only self regulating variable return jet. The iJet provides incentive to consistently operate the pump at lower RPM speeds by improving efficiency and performance leading to additional pump savings!

Now there is a smart solution to optimal water circulation with your variable speed pump running at any speed. Better water circulation means chemicals are dispersed throughout the pool and debris is pushed towards the skimmer for increased cost savings and reduced maintenance time. The unique feature of the iJet is that it automatically self-adjusts its orifice size to expand and contract based on the changing flow rates. With the pump running at lower speeds the patent pending iJet acts as a 3/8" return providing optimal water velocity, agitation and circulation versus a standard 3/4" return. At higher speeds the iJet’s orifice expands to act as a 3/4" return to reduce back pressure on the pump. The flexibility of the iJet eliminates the need to buy different size returns to maximize the cost savings and efficiency with your pool running at lower speeds.


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Product Name iJet Variable Orifice Return Jet Eyeball Fitting - 1.5" Threaded
Manufacturer Part Number 004-252-3070-01
Brand Paramount
SKU PMT-25-3800
About the Manufacturer
All Paramount products are designed to make your pool experience the most carefree and enjoyable experience possible. Their cleaning and circulation systems will deliver superior results, while paying for themselves over the lifetime of the pool.
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