New to the community, but I have read a number of the Q&A's about the Liquidator. I have a Rainbow 320 tab chlorinator that I would like to stop using due to the very high CYA concentrations it has caused. I have written to the HASA folks on a number of occasions trying to get definitive info on how much suction is required to get the Liquidator to operate properly. To date, no specific info. I am one of the folks who sees potential probs with injecting chlorine into my $900 Pentair Intelliflo pump. ALL chlorine injector systems I have seen require you to set them up to inject on the downstream side of the pool equipment.
So the question I have is has anyone tried using the second inlet on the Rainbow 320 to hook up the Liquidator? As I understand it, the Rainbow setup creates a kind of venturi effect to get water circulating thru the tube feeder. Curious to know if it creates enough "suction" to draw out of the Liquidator. Any/all thoughts appreciated.