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Thread: New AGP owner, advise on swcg size

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    New AGP owner, advise on swcg size

    Hello all,
    I just put up a 30' resin agp with a 300 lb filter and 2 speed 1hp pump (1/8th at low speed for 24hr operation). My intention was to make it a salt water pool, but after reading several post stating to go big on the swcg unit I wanted to ask for recommendation. I have roughly 24000 gallons of water and was looking at the compupool cpsc models, although I am not stuck on them if there is a better model. Should I be looking at the 40k versions or the 60k versions? I've seen both recommended.


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    Re: New AGP owner, advise on swcg size

    The Compupool units seem to be good units. I'd look at, at least the CPSC36 and the CPSC48 would be better if you can swing it. I think the CPSC24 would be cutting it too close.
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