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Thread: Calimar Titanium Edition SWG/ Unions

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    Fairbanks, AK

    Calimar Titanium Edition SWG/ Unions

    I read back on previous thread for this and saw there was not much opinion on them? Does anybody know if most of the SWG plumbing unions are usually the same size? I previously used circupool si series cells but was not satisfied with the chlorine production and the life of the cells.
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    Fletcher, OK

    Re: Calimar Titanium Edition SWG/ Unions

    I would never recommend these SWG, they are a compupool rebranded SWG and they just get really really bad reviews if they work at all...

    The reason you having an issue with the circupool is the one's you have are not big enough, for 35k gallons the smallest SWG I would recommend is the 60K, if it is a cost thing grab the curcupool SJ 55 at the price of the 40
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