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Thread: SWG and galvanized steel panels

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    SWG and galvanized steel panels

    Just getting started, we live in Missouri and are wanting in have a in ground vinyl liner pool built. We would like to use a salt system, but cannot decide between using polymer graphex or galvanized steel construction. Some the builders say the salt system will corrode the steel construction. Anyone have any thoughts on this? The pool we are choosing is a lagoon shape pool, 40' x 30' x 20' with a 8' deep end.
    Chesterfield, MO
    In Ground vinyl liner pool
    - Lagoon Shape - 40'x30'x20'
    - Intelliflo VS Pump
    - Intellichlor Salt System
    - Triton II Sand Filter
    - Pentair MasterTemp Heater
    - EZ Touch Controller
    - Faux stone water feature with sheer descents
    - Turbo twister slide

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    JasonLion's Avatar
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    May 2007
    Silver Spring, MD

    Re: SWG and galvanized steel panels

    Unless the steel is touching the water or placed somewhere that is constantly being splashed on, having a SWG will not make any difference to the lifetime of the panels.
    19K gal, vinyl, 1/2 HP WhisperFlo pump, 200 sqft cartridge filter, AutoPilot Digital SWG, Dolphin Dynamic cleaning robot
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    Makdaddy's Avatar
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    Jul 2012
    Springfield Illinois

    Re: SWG and galvanized steel panels


    I just installed a Cozumel and it is warranted with SWG for 35 years
    --- Greg----
    24 x 54 Round Cozumel AGP with Grand Entrance Step 14500 Gal
    Saltron Retro (SWG) 2 are now DEAD!!! Dont BUY They are JUNK !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    A/G Cristal Flo II Sand Filter Tank w/ 2HP, 2-Speed Dynamo pump -Zeobest
    TFT Test Kit---Gorilla Floor and Foam Pool Cove--Half Deck

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