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Thread: Hayward Color Logic - Stainless Steel Unit

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    Hayward Color Logic - Stainless Steel Unit

    I kind of need a quick answer as my pb is waiting for our response.

    We are considering a stainless steel colorlogic unit vs the plastic white rim since our liner will be black&blue, the white may look too stark.. DH is concerned that the ss will evenutally rust over time with a SWG.

    Any thoughts/comments please.

    18x36 IG Vinyl Grecian Lazy L (20k gallons) ~ Whisperflo DS 2.0HP pump ~ QuadDE100 filter ~ Autopilot SWG DIG-60 ~ (7) 4x16 solar panels

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    Jun 2008
    Phoenix AZ

    Paint the white rim?

    I personally wouldn't use SS in a saltwater environment.

    You may even be able to dye the white rim with a black fabric dye? Depends on the porosity and type of plastic.

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    These days new units from reputable companies will be using the correct grade of stainless steel to be safe even with salt.
    19K gal, vinyl, 1/2 HP WhisperFlo pump, 200 sqft cartridge filter, AutoPilot Digital SWG, Dolphin Dynamic cleaning robot
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