Hayward® offers the very latest in pool filter technology.


Our filters will ensure your pool water is clear and clean. Our filters' simplistic operation and low maintenance requirements set new standards for performance, value and dependability. Molded of tough, durable, colorfast reinforced thermo-plastic Hayward filters deliver reliable, all-weather performance with minimal care. Find out which one is right for you.


We are a full service Hayward® dealer and carry a complete line of 

in-ground filters and above-ground filters.


These are some of the top-selling In-Ground Filters:

Cartridge Filter

Cartridge filters have a greater surface area than sand allowing for fewer clogs and easier maintenance. They run at lower pressure than sand which puts less backpressure on the pump, providing more flow and turnover. Cartridge filters should be cleaned once or twice a season by simply hosing the cartridge element off. Cartridge element filters trap debris as small as 10 to 15 microns.


D.E. Filters

Diatomaceous earth (D.E.) is mined and is the fossilized exoskeletons of tiny diatoms. They are used to coat "grids" in the filter housing and act as tiny sieves allowing for the removal of debris as small as 5 microns. Once the pressure rises, the filter is backwashed just like a sand filter and then "recharged" with more D.E. powder. D.E. filters trap debris as small as 2 - 5 microns.


Sand Filters

In this method, impurities are extracted from the water using sand to collect and attract the debris as small as 20 to 40 microns. Sand filters must be backwashed (running it in reverse) to unload the water waste.



These are some of the top-selling above-ground filters:

D.E. Filters

Many pool professionals consider D.E. filtration to be the finest, because it is capable of removing smaller particles than either sand or cartridge.



Sand Filters

The oldest and most popular method of filtration is sand. Sand filters share two things in common: 1) When in the filtration mode, water always flows from top to bottom; 2) They all have some sort of lateral or underdrain with slots to hold back sand.


Cartridge Filters

When water passes through a cartridge filter, dirt is screened out at the surface of the cartridge element. When clean, the element will trap larger particles, with finer particles being filtered out as the pores of the element become clogged by the larger debris.



We are a full service Hayward® dealer and carry a complete line of 

in-ground filters and above-ground filters.


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