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Thread: Can the liquidator freeze over?

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    Mar 2011
    Dallas, TX

    Can the liquidator freeze over?

    Sitting here after 18 days in a row over 100 degrees and with no end in sight, I'm dreaming of colder weather and got to thinking about what would happen if we ever did get below freezing here again. Can the liquidator freeze over in the winter? I don't close my pool, as we use it year round. When the temp drops low enough, the freeze guard kicks on and circulates everything. Would this be enough to keep it from freezing? Or do I have to drain it during cold weather?
    13,000 Gallon IG Plaster Pool, Raised spa with spillover waterfall, Hayward 48sf DE Filter, Hayward Northstar Pump, Hayward 400k BTU Heater, Del Eclipse 2 Ozonator, Polaris 280 Cleaner, TF100 Test Kit, The Liquidator

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    Apr 2007
    Sebring, Florida

    Re: Can the liquidator freeze over?

    It won't freeze. Your freeze guard and the high concentration of chlorine in the liquidator will defeat any freezing attempt Dallas weather can throw at it. Now if you lived in Wisconsin......
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