Not sure if this is the right section, but I thought it sounded right. I've searched for some answers but all I've found is one unacceptable solution.
I have an Eclipse Ozone generator for my pool. The thing creates enough Ozone for a 15k Gal pool. It's great. Love it. I have a 12.5K Gal pool. But, due to the way my plumbing is piped, one run to one return gets a majority of the return air bubbles due to a T fitting that is angled vertically. And there are lots of bubbles. Not just small ones, but huge burpy bubbles, sometimes splashing to the coping.
I could put a valve on the suction inlet to let in less ozone, but I don't want to do that. I like lots of ozone.
I've found the Mix Degas Vessel from Del's website as a way to remove bubbles, but this is a $500 part and has a lot of functionality I don't need.
What I'd like is a valve or something i can put on this run (which is almost all the way to the pool) to degas or remove the air from the line before it hits the pool.
Has anyone heard of a way to build something like this? Or a commercial product?