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HW4 Hi-Flow Caretaker 99 Threaded White In-Floor Pool Pop Up Head Replacement

  • Advanced cleaning hydraulics provides a fast cleaning
  • Advanced circulation saves money on heating and chemical costs
  • Piston is designed to be more efficient and offers less wear
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HydroWave HW4 Hi-Flow swimming pool in-floor pop up head replacement is designed to replace Caretaker 99 Threaded White style 3-9-515 floor nozzles that were originally released in 1981. HydroWave patented design offers the first upper and lower engagement assembly. Our innovative engineering prevents the nozzle from sticking and assures rotation every cycle. Also compatible with Zodiac Polaris Caretaker 99, Aquatech, and HydroClean heads.
  • Model HW4HFW
  • Easy installation and removal with tool
  • 12 point rotation with most efficient piston available on the market offers less wear
  • Advanced circulation design that saves money on heating and chemical costs
  • Improved cleaning performance and hydraulics

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Questions & Answers

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I now have pre-1990 threaded Caretaker pop-up heads with left handed threads in my pool. Can thes...

Asked by DesertRat August 2, 2019
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I have Caretaker threaded head unit and couple of them stopped working last year. I was able to replace them with this one. I used Hi-Flow for deep end and Low-Flow for steps. You will need separate head removal tool for this one. Old removal tool didn't fit this one.

are these reverse screw in like the real caretaker pop ups?

Asked by linnis November 25, 2018
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What is different between hi-flow vs Low-flow, I am looking to replace my caretaker 99 which is f...

Asked by stevysteve May 18, 2017
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Hi-flow is for pool floor and Low-flow is for steps and benches where you need less force.

Customer Reviews

  • 3.5
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I like the heads but they don’t accept the caretaker...
I like the heads but they don’t accept the caretaker install tool to install the heads so you need to swim down and fight with them to install them they should come with the install tools
by Dean
I used these heads to replace Caretaker 99 threaded in-floor...
I used these heads to replace Caretaker 99 threaded in-floor pop up heads. I purchased the tool separately at Home Depot. The heads fit in the Caretaker collars without difficulty and have functioned well since installation.
by OliverT
This was fairly easy to install once I created a...
This was fairly easy to install once I created a tool to do it. I used a PVC fitting and cut away part of it with a dremel. Now I can mount to my pool pole and install on the bottom of the pool. For my own piece of mind, I put a black dot showing direction of flow.
by Greg
It worked well. I wish it could be installed with the same tool as the caretaker brand but it was...
It worked well. I wish it could be installed with the same tool as the caretaker brand but it was still easy to twist in with two flathead screwdrivers. It might be more susceptible to breaking than the factory replacement because only the center pops up instead if the whole head if it were to get stepped on when it us up.
by Wheels
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