I have a summer escape pool that is the 15'x48". A couple years ago I decided to add to my system 500' of black poly line to my pool to help heat my pool up as I live in north area. The tube is on my fence and only has to pump up maybe 7' and then runs back and forth on a 2x6 on the top edge of the fence. I was able to get my pool up to almost 100 last year but wasn't planned to get that warm and normally kept my temp around 85. The pump that came with pool sure didn't do any good at supplying water to my heating tubes. First year I used a submersible pump but the chlorine started eating pump apart. So last year I redone things again and added a salt generator and re-pressure pump to my system and worked great but pump would over heat from it running non stop during day and then a couple hrs at night and also the pump was stainless steel plated and the saltwater ate threw the drain and prime ports on it.
So my question is would a Intex 2,650-Gallon Sand Filter Pump have enough pressure to push threw all the solar tube or would i have to go with something like Hayward, pentair, or sta-rite pump to get enough pressure. I have looked around on drawings on the design of the Intex pump and haven't seen anything that tells me if it would do any good at it. I am also wanting to add a sand filter and get ride of the cartridge filters.
Thanks in advance for any info!