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    splash pad from infloor system?

    Just curious if there is a way to utilize my infloor system to make a temporary splash pad with some pvc? I'm assuming remove the head, stick a pipe down there, find some way for the pipe to stay, and then run the pump so water flows up through the pipe and out some holes i make in the pipe. Any tips, links, etc? Thanks
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    Re: splash pad from infloor system?

    A splash pad *within* a pool full of water? I don't understand...?

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    Re: splash pad from infloor system?

    Quote Originally Posted by YippeeSkippy View Post
    A splash pad *within* a pool full of water? I don't understand...?

    If you want a fountain now, I've *got* a fountain to beat all fountains! Take a look at the link in my siggy line to Skippy's New Fountain
    Yeah I guess "pad" is a misuse of words, but a splash toy utilizing the infloor jets. Nice job on your setup.
    ~15k gallons, 3'-5'-4' Figure 8 Shape In Ground
    Wetedge Satin Matrix Interior (Pebble)
    Paramount In-floor System
    Pentair IntelliFlo VS 3050, Pentair Triton II TR100 Sand Filter
    Pentair Intellichlor IC40 SWG

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