Our pool uses Chlorine pucks (tri-chlor) to chlorinate. After running the pool for almost 2 months, the thing is pretty much maintenance free, all I have to do is drop 10 pucks into the in-line chlorinator once every 3-4 weeks or so.
The one thing that I have had to do once, is raise the pH up. It ended up drifting down to around 7.2, I raised it up to 7.8, and its down to maybe 7.6 now.
It's really not a big deal, but i'm thinking with the right work, I can eliminate that as well. From what I've heard aerating a pool causes it's pH to rise.
Anyone ever look at using a water feature to offset the acidity in tri-chlor pucks? Would there be any other problems associated with this that you can see?