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Well, they have been available in the lower 48 for at least a couple of months. I got one as a replacement pack for a customer about two months ago due to a lightning strike wrecking all the electronics and the motor. It was more economical to just replace the pack. I was flabbergasted by the noise reduction. I saw the pack up close at the New Bedford plant. The motor is a shaft-less design with an integral heat exchanger molded into the pump body.
: Hey John, we won't see the new motor/HE unit until Feb. up here in
: Canada. I had a pretty good look at it at the recent '08 Canadaian
: Pool &Spa Conference & Expo. What are these things like to
: work on? Email me @ firstname.lastname@example.org if you have a spare minute.
: Mark Kelly in Toronto (aka: Tubguy)
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