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Thread: can an Aqua Rite with T3 cell work with a spa?

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    can an Aqua Rite with T3 cell work with a spa?

    I'm thinking why not..am I right? just turn down % output and pump run time..add little salt..

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    Re: can an Aqua Rite with T3 cell work with a spa?

    I run a T-15 cell on my attached spa and pool so I would think a smaller cell work just fine on a stand alone spa.
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    Re: can an Aqua Rite with T3 cell work with a spa?

    Quote Originally Posted by mas985
    I run a T-15 cell on my attached spa and pool so I would think a smaller cell work just fine on a stand alone spa.
    yeah I just got a 15k pool with attached spa. we are using a T15 for both..got the overflow running...why not chlorinate both with SWG.

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    Re: can an Aqua Rite with T3 cell work with a spa?

    The main thing is that you need to turn the percentage way down when in spa mode, or only run the SWG on the pool side. Most of the automation systems do this automatically.
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