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Thread: Poolsmith CO2 pH: anyone using? Pro's? Con's?

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    Chandler, Arizona

    Poolsmith CO2 pH: anyone using? Pro's? Con's?

    Anyone have experience with the Poolsmith Organic pH system? I'm using a lot of MA with my SWG pool and I'm looking at pHtek proportional feed system, or the Poolsmith setup. I'm leaning towards Poolsmith even though it's a couple of hundred more.
    The main pro's I see are: change out cylinders only every 3mo+; no need to use acid; more natural; set it and forget it (still plan to test once a week)
    Cons: cylinders are heavy to lug around and get refilled; I'll need to inject using cleaner pump as the Ozone is connected to main pump.
    I have read about TA rising with use of CO2 but after lots of research, this appears to be a common misconception and not really factual.
    Any other pro's/ con's I should consider?
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    Re: Poolsmith CO2 pH: anyone using? Pro's? Con's?

    Bump on this message to see if anyone had any thoughts on this.
    I am looking into a PH Solution currently and this was one I came across.
    I am looking for Automated Solution that Probes and Injects as needed, What do you all recommend for Automated PH Solution

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