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    RB320 with ozone

    One pool builder is offering whereas another says because we live in Dallas and it's so hot, these don't make sense. Anyone that can weigh in?

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    Sebring, Florida

    Re: RB320 with ozone

    Well, they don't make sense in ANY outdoor pool. Google "ozone" on this forum and you can find hundreds of posts why they are not helpful.

    Save your money for an SWG or beer. (I would vote for the beer!)
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    Franklin, NC

    Re: RB320 with ozone

    Dave hit the nail on the head, ozone and UV both have their place in pool/spa care, but an outdoor residential pool is not the place.

    Some pool builders jump from one "latest & greatest" thing to another. You need chlorine, and not from any solid sources. If a pool builder wants to sell you a puck chlorinator, UV, ozone or "mineral" system you should thank them for their time and move on. The most user friendly chlorine source is a salt water chlorine generator, but some shy away from this if they have or are goi g to have soft stone as a coping around the pool. In that case look into liquid chlorine dosing systems like a Liquidator or,Stenner pump.
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