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LoFlo;HighHead;Medium Temp, Solar Water Circulation?

LoFlo;HighHead;Medium Temp, Solar Water Circulation?

LoFlo;HighHead;Medium Temp, Solar Water Circulation?

I'm looking for a pump to move swimming pool water through a 4'x20' solar panel located 30' away and 30' above the pool.  The pump will be 2 feet away and less than a foot above the pool. I've plumbed everything  1/2" PVC. to and from the solar panel.  I really want this system to be independent from the main pump/filter of the pool.  I'm afraid I'm in over my head (ha ha) on choosing a pump for this application.  Of course all the usual stuff applies - inexpensive, 110v, fractional hp, continous duty, long life etc.  Water temperature should be in the 70 to 80 degree range. Any recommendations?  Thanks for any leads.  Bill     

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