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Thread: Chemical Storage - Hourly Air Flow?

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    Chemical Storage - Hourly Air Flow?

    I am putting my equipment in a "basement/underground" storage closet attached to a bathroom, my HVAC is planning on a 7 times an hour air turnaround in the chemical closet. Anyone have experience with this? Here is my equipment:

    Pentair Intelli Chem
    Pentair CO2 Feeder & Tank
    Clearwater Apex 3 Ozonator
    Pentair Clean n Clear 520

    The heater Pentair Mastertemp 400 will be outside ontop of this room.

    Given the chlorine, is the 7 times an hour sufficient? or are we overkilling this?

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    Re: Chemical Storage - Hourly Air Flow?

    7 times an hour is way way more than enough. However, it is very important that this air not get mixed into residential air, ie chemical storage needs to be an independent system.
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    Re: Chemical Storage - Hourly Air Flow?

    Thanks, it will be sent outside of the home, so no worries there.

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