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Thread: Equipment shift

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    DaveNJ's Avatar
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    May 2007
    Toms River, NJ

    Equipment shift

    I have two equipment pads, heater on one, filter and pump on the other. These are precast pads used when the pool was installed in 2005. Noticed this spring that the pad for the filter has sunk almost a 1/2". Given the heater and plumbing coming out of the ground hasn't presented a problem. Using a 12" x 24" x 1/4" steel plate for the pump, anchored the plate with threaded concrete studs. Allows for height adjustment of the pump with nuts on the studs. Thinking of using 24" of flex PVC in line running from the filter to the heater.
    IG 18x36 oval vinyl, Spill over spa, Northstar 2hp-2spd, 2.5" piping, S310T 500lb Sand filter, 400k gas heater, AutoPilot SWCG

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    SouthWest Alabama

    Re: Equipment shift

    If that's going to be an ongoing issue then using flex would be a good idea.
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