In may my pool was new and this website talked me into using liquid chlorine instead of pucks. I'm convinced now after a very hot summer with 0 algae problems. But I'm tired of adding chlorine every day.
I see lots of problems posted about the liquidator so don't think that is the answer I'm looking for.
After a little research peristaltic pump seems like the ideal solution. But it seems very few pool suppliers sell them, few build builders recommend them, and they generally are not used in residential pools. While I'm not one to blindly follow the crowd, I do think the crowd is often right. In a strange town at dinner time do you go to the restaurant that is empty or the one you have to wait for a table? So what does the crowd know about chlorine pumps that I dont?
If a pump is what I need then what one?
Option 1: http://www.uswatersystems.com/shop/prod ... ystem.html
Option 2: http://www.uswatersystems.com/shop/prod ... -Pump.html combined with http://www.uswatersystems.com/shop/prod ... T4121.html
Option 3: http://www.inyopools.com/Products/00100006043302.htm
With option one or two what controls the pump run time? Hook it up to the pump timer so it is on whenever the pump is on? Or get a separate timer for the pump?
What size tank do I need for this. 30 gallons sounds really big?
Anything else I need for this setup?