I am doing some research on going the Stenner route for chlorinating my pool.
I'm leaning towards the complete set up that's already assembled.
Looks like this:
I have zero room on the exterior of my house near my filter/pool pump to place this assembly. I have a bulkhead door on one side and the corner of the house on the other side. So, I was thinking I would put the pump/tank assembly in the basement and drill a hole through the exterior wall for the chlorinating tube to exit. The assembly will be a few feet BELOW my pump and filter plumbing - since it will be in the basement - it's obviously below ground level. This will also keep the chlorine cool and out of the sun.
Does anyone see a problem with placing the system below the level of my pool plumbing? I'm just thinking from a pumping efficiency standpoint since the pump will need to send the chlorine up a few feet to get discharged into the pool plumbing.
Maybe I'm worrying for nothing but I just wanted to throw it out there for some opinions.