My PB was very concerned about the install of the Liquidator. He tells me that the warranty on the heat exchanger will be voided because the chlorine is inserted before the heater. I tried to reassure him that the chlorine level is not going to exceed 3 ppm.
I had to clean out the pool filter the other day. The drain cap on the bottom got stuck (pebbles jammed up the threads). We called out the warranty company to check/replace the cap.
The warranty guy was equally freaked out with the Liquidator. He told me the same thing about the heater core. I explained how it works (water level/chlorine level) and told him that people have tested the water to be no more than 3 ppm. He was going to send me some information on a true venturi chlorine injection system that is installed after the heater. No info on that system yet. The warranty guy also tells me to never put chlorine tablets into the skimmer baskets for the same reason.
So... I guess the bottom line is;
If I never overfill the Liquidator I should not push enough chlorine through the heater to damage the copper core.
Does everyone else run into this with the Liquidator? It's manufactured by HASA, so you kind of assume they know what they are doing.