Hayward GMX600NM MANUFACTURER CODE GMX600NM
DIMENSIONS 9-5/8″ X 4-1/8″
ALTERNATE PART #’S 31-150-1240, GM-600-NM, GM600-NM, GM600NM, GMX600NM, HAY-051-2344, HAY0512344, HAYGMX600NM
Hayward GMX600NM Product Description
2-piece Noryl plastic clamp used on various Hayward top mount sand filters including Sand Master, Swim Pro, Pro Series Top Mount and E-Series. Clamps the filter valve to the tank. Part number GM600-NM is molded into each half.
(2) clamp halves
(2) 2-1/8″ bolts
(2) rubber end caps (for bolts)
9-9/16″ long from screw end to screw end
15/16″ thick at each end from top to bottom
13/16″ thick on the sides from top to bottom
Your Hayward ProSeries high-rate sand filter is a high performance, totally corrosion-proof filter that blends superior flow
characteristics and features with ease of operation. It represents the very latest in high-rate sand filter technology. It is
virtually foolproof in design and operation and when installed, operated and maintained according to instructions, your
filter will produce clear, sparkling water with only the least attention and care.
HOW IT WORKS
Your filter uses special filter sand to remove dirt particles from the water. Filter sand is loaded into the filter tank and
functions as the permanent dirt removing media. The pool water, which contains suspended dirt particles, is pumped
through your piping system and is automatically directed by the patented filter control valve to the top of the filter tank. As
the pool water is pumped through the filter sand, dirt particles are trapped by the sand bed, and filtered out. The cleaned
pool water is returned from the bottom of the filter tank, through the control valve and back to the pool through the piping
system. This entire sequence is continuous and automatic and provides for total recirculation of pool water through your
filter and piping system.
After a period of time, the accumulated dirt in the filter causes a resistance to flow, and the flow diminishes. This means it
is time to clean (backwash) your filter. With the control valve in the Backwash position, the water flow is automatically
reversed through the filter so that it is directed to the bottom of the tank, up through the sand, flushing the previously
trapped dirt and debris out the waste line. Once the filter is backwashed (cleaned) of dirt, the control valve is manually
sequenced to Rinse, and then Filter, to resume normal filtering.