Become a TFP Supporter Pool Math Forum Rules Pool School
Results 1 to 5 of 5

Thread: CompuPool cpx series-haven't seen much about them here in TFP

  1. Back To Top    #1

    Join Date
    Oct 2013
    Location
    Chapin, SC
    Posts
    1,141

    CompuPool cpx series-haven't seen much about them here in TFP

    But from what I HAVE seen, they're a big improvement over the CPSC series. Anyone have any thoughts or recommendations on them?
    Pool size: 24000gal inground Vinyl-Taylor k-2006 and k-1766 test kits and-speed stir
    Intermatic P1353ME digital timer w/freeze sensor
    CircuPool Si-45 SWCG System
    Polaris 280 vacuum/Polaris PB4-60 boost pump
    Pentair IntelliFlo VS 3hp Pump--Pentair sand filter

  2. Back To Top    #2
    bobodaclown's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2011
    Location
    Murrieta, CA
    Posts
    2,360

    Re: CompuPool cpx series-haven't seen much about them here in TFP

    I'll be swapping my unit out in late April/May. I have a CPSC-48, and have a couple of problem with the power supplies. The company head quarters are about an hour drive from me, I've had to swap 2 units out, on my 3rd. It's working, but does have a hickup or two. (Pops the built in breaker, reset and it's good to go for another month or so.) It's going to cost me $400 to swap out the unit and get a fresh warranty.

    I'll post updates on my post. http://www.troublefreepool.com/threa...ol-conditions)
    Murrieta, CA. 15K (Est) pool/spa. Hayward Tristar SP3220EE 2.70HP pump, Hayward Swimclear Cartridge filter C4025 425sqft (PA106), Pentair Mastertemp 400 heater. TF-100/Speedstir

  3. Back To Top    #3

    Join Date
    Oct 2013
    Location
    Chapin, SC
    Posts
    1,141

    Re: CompuPool cpx series-haven't seen much about them here in TFP

    Quote Originally Posted by bobodaclown View Post
    I'll be swapping my unit out in late April/May. I have a CPSC-48, and have a couple of problem with the power supplies. The company head quarters are about an hour drive from me, I've had to swap 2 units out, on my 3rd. It's working, but does have a hickup or two. (Pops the built in breaker, reset and it's good to go for another month or so.) It's going to cost me $400 to swap out the unit and get a fresh warranty.

    I'll post updates on my post. http://www.troublefreepool.com/threa...ol-conditions)
    I was initially looking at the CPSC-24, but, I talked to a cs guy at Pool supply unlimited who said the cpx 24 was vastly improved over thc cpsc model model that they'd had a lot of problems with. He also suggested I get the cpx36 instesd. When i asked him if he thought the extra 100 bucks was worth it and he said DEFINATELY!! They're not in stock there, but I found one on eBay for just $20 more. I'm going to be out of town the end of the month and would like to install it by then so I don't have to worry about coming back home to a green pool like I did last year. I was thinking about using cal hypo tabs this year, but I think a swg would be cost effective in the long run.
    Pool size: 24000gal inground Vinyl-Taylor k-2006 and k-1766 test kits and-speed stir
    Intermatic P1353ME digital timer w/freeze sensor
    CircuPool Si-45 SWCG System
    Polaris 280 vacuum/Polaris PB4-60 boost pump
    Pentair IntelliFlo VS 3hp Pump--Pentair sand filter

  4. Back To Top    #4
    bobodaclown's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2011
    Location
    Murrieta, CA
    Posts
    2,360

    Re: CompuPool cpx series-haven't seen much about them here in TFP

    Overall I'm happy with a SWCG. Beats lugging and biweekly dosing of chlorine. I think the cost over time work out to be the same. I like the convenience factor.
    Murrieta, CA. 15K (Est) pool/spa. Hayward Tristar SP3220EE 2.70HP pump, Hayward Swimclear Cartridge filter C4025 425sqft (PA106), Pentair Mastertemp 400 heater. TF-100/Speedstir

  5. Back To Top    #5

    Join Date
    Oct 2013
    Location
    Chapin, SC
    Posts
    1,141

    Re: CompuPool cpx series-haven't seen much about them here in TFP

    Quote Originally Posted by bobodaclown View Post
    Overall I'm happy with a SWCG. Beats lugging and biweekly dosing of chlorine. I think the cost over time work out to be the same. I like the convenience factor.
    During the summer, I've been spending over $90/ month on bleach! Not to mention having to put pucks in a floater when going on vacation. The super chlorination feature may not be the same as shocking when you have a problem, but with a swg there shouldn't be any probkems.
    Pool size: 24000gal inground Vinyl-Taylor k-2006 and k-1766 test kits and-speed stir
    Intermatic P1353ME digital timer w/freeze sensor
    CircuPool Si-45 SWCG System
    Polaris 280 vacuum/Polaris PB4-60 boost pump
    Pentair IntelliFlo VS 3hp Pump--Pentair sand filter

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •