I'm at that point where my CYA has hit 70ish and time to install a Stenner for chlorine injection. I'll keep the auto-chlorinator installed in-line for occasional pucks as needed, so I do not want to use the 1/2" tap there.
I purchased a 45MPHP10 (fixed, 10GPD) pump, 15gal grey tank and black 1/4" tubing. Should arrive tomorrow!
The injector has both 1/4" and 1/2" NPT. My thoughts are to tap into the elbow coupling just after the chlorinator with a 1/4" tap. That way if I mess up, I can still re-drill for the 1/2" tap. Anyone have ideas, suggestions, recommendations on tapping into the elbow? I'm thinking tapping on the coupler part of the elbow so my tap hole is going through both the elbow and the pipe. Is this a good idea or bad?
I'll be wiring the pump to Aux7 circuit on the Pentair Easytouch panel so I can schedule the Stenner to run daily but will also be able to setup a one-touch on-demand egg timer to run the Stenner for 30 minutes if I need an extra boost of chlorine occasionally. I believe I can program the Easytouch to ensure the filter pump is on and running at least on low anytime I hit the egg-timer button so the Stenner is never running when the filter pump is not running as well. Anyone with experience doing this I would much appreciate any advice, tips, hints....
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