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    Size of liquidator?

    Just started using BBB; so far, great results. I'd like to automate a bit with the Liquidator, but space is limited near the pump/filter. What are the approximate dimensions of the 4 gallon model? Couldn't find that anywhere. Thanks!
    Larry
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    Re: Size of liquidator?

    The 8 gallon is 14½" x 14½" x 29½". I just went and measured it. I think the 4 gallon is the same width and height just a little shorter. I'd highly recommend the 8 gal unless you absolutely cannot fit it. You'll appreciate it when fillup time rolls around.
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    Re: Size of liquidator?

    Ok, where's a good place to buy a liquidator for next year?
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    Re: Size of liquidator?

    Received this from the company. I went with the 8 gal. based on recommendations here.

    Thank you for your inquiry, the four gallon (residential R-101) is 14 3/4 x 14 3/4 x 23 1/2
    and the 8 gallon (commercial C- 201) is 14 3/4 x 14 3/4 x 29 1/2.
    21000 Gallons I/G,,Vinyl,, 1.5 H.P. Hayward Pump,, Hayward Sand Filter S244T.. Liquidator.

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    Re: Size of liquidator?

    Thanks for the replies. Either unit will fit perfectly in my application. Now I'm wondering if 8 gallons will degrade before it's used. My pool is 11000 gallons, inground. Shouldn't 8 gallons last for several weeks?
    Larry
    16x28 vinyl inground kidney, 1HP pump, sand filter, Compupool SWG, 11K gallons

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    Re: Size of liquidator?

    Quote Originally Posted by woodyp
    Ok, where's a good place to buy a liquidator for next year?
    Best place I found was http://www.poolservicestech.com

    They were by far the cheapest, but more importantly had the best customer service I have had in a very long time. Can't go wrong with these folks...
    10K gal IG, vinyl, 1 HP Jandy Stealth pump, Jandy CS cartridge filter, Delta UV system, Hasa Liquidator

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    Re: Size of liquidator?

    It won't degrade enough to be a problem in the time it takes to use it up.

    There are a couple of companies that are members here that sell them.

    http://www.Poolservicestech.com are giving TFP supporters a really good deal.

    http://www.poolandspawarehouse.com also sells them an give TFP supporters a discount.

    Once you become a supporter you can get the code for the discount.
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