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Thread: Pool equipment storage

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    Join Date
    Apr 2016
    Derby, KS

    Pool equipment storage

    Just wondering what everyone does with their pool equipment over the winter. I live in Central Kansas so it does get cold and snowy. I have the pump, booster pump and a SWG. Should i disconnect these and bring them inside or is there a better way to store them? Will they be OK left on or will they wear out faster that way? Thanks in advance!
    25,000 Gallon Vinyl in-ground pool. Pentair 1.5 HP superflo, Hayward S244T sand filter, Polaris PB4-60 booster pump, Intellichlor IC40 SWG

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    Aug 2014
    Pacific NW

    Re: Pool equipment storage

    All my equipment is in a shed attached to the house, but if I had it exposed to the elements I would disconnect
    and store them in the garage.
    16x32 IG Vinyl, 13,000 Gals. Hayward S-244T sand filter, SP2810X15 pump
    (1.5 HP motor) Jandy Lite2 LJ250N gas heater. TF-100 Test Kit.

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    Sep 2015
    Rome, NY

    Re: Pool equipment storage

    Last year was our first year. I took all the hoses off, removed all the plugs and then covered everything. All that stuff went inside the garage. Pump stayed outside and I did not remove the valve spider gasket. I wonder if I need to remove the gasket this year?
    Pool installed 8/2015. 30' round radiant pool. 21,000 gallons. 200# sand. Hayward Vari flow XL valve. 1.5hp Hayward Power-Flo Matrix running 10 hours/day in two periods. TF100 with speed stir.
    Order test kit TF-100 w/ Speed Stir and then Poolmath Calculator --- RECOMMENDED LEVELS --- POOL SCHOOL --- RECEOMMENDED CHEMICALS --- SLAM --- Chlorine/CYA CHART.

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