Still digging and waiting for pool to arrive, so just trying to read and gather as much info as I can before the pool is ready to start up....
I have the common model Intex that I usually see listed, CS8110? It's the one with the copper ionizer (I will disconnect.) One thing I can't find is when you run the SWG, during swimming or over night.
I have read that sometimes people state they run filters at night and not when people are swimming. We've always ran them while swimming with the smaller pools.
I at first thought you wanted to run the SWG over night and not when people are swimming. Then I got to thinking that it would be better to be producing chlorine during the times it is being used up as in when the sun is hitting the pool or there are people in the water.
A coworker mildly researching SWG said he read that you shouldn't be running the SWG when people are in the water.
One other question which I think I know the answer to, but want to be sure. I assume the SWG system and the pump/filtering system are plugged in separately, ie, you do not plug the filter/pump into the SWG and it is controlled by the SWG. If that is correct, then I need a timer as the SWG will automatically run again 24 hours after the first time it is run? If timer is needed as I assume, then amps for a pump would probably be great enough for a heavier duty timer and not a cheap one you can get at Walmart? The filter pump will be the Intex 2650gph cartridge, but next year we would upgrade to a sand filter.
One non-SWG question is, since Wifey works at Lowes and can pick the stuff up while working, can anyone tell me how many legs the Intex 22' round pool has so we can pick up some pavers for under the legs? I want to get everything ready since it isn't feasible to be just running around the corner to get this or that when you live an hour away in the middle of nowhere from anything and everything.
Thanks again folks!