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    Converting to a Stenner pump and tank

    Ok, I need help... I'm interested in converting to a Stenner pump and tank. My pump/filter runs 24 hours/day. What size pump do I need to order??
    25,000 gallon Vinyl Lined Inground. One skimmer, 2 returns. Pentair WhisperFlo WFDS-4, Hayward Pro Grid DE 3620 with VariFlow valve, LaarsLite 2 propane heater

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    Re: Converting to a Stenner pump and tank

    http://www.troublefreepool.com/threa...-Stenner-Build

    This is my build. Stenner's are easy to set up and are pretty worry free. I love mine!! Makes the pool super easy to maintain.
    IG, 18K gallons, 100' Perimeter, 565 SF surface area, 980sf interior area, Max Length -36', Max Width - 16', Pentair 520 Clean and Clear Cartridge Filter, Stenner Chemical Injection System (Chlorine, Acid Coming Soon) , Pebble Tech - Blue Granite, Pentair variable speed filter pump, Zodiac MX8 Cleaner, Multi-Colored LED Lighting, Travertine coping & Decking, Boulder Water Fall....

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    Re: Converting to a Stenner pump and tank

    The key is the timing for dosing. I used the 10GPD stenner (45MHP10) with a P7103ME to control the dosing. I LOVE the timer- I can be configured 110 or 220. Used a tank from the guys at the carwash. Easy cheesy if you are comfortable with electrical.
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    Re: Converting to a Stenner pump and tank

    Quote Originally Posted by karmabiker View Post
    The key is the timing for dosing. I used the 10GPD stenner (45MHP10) with a P7103ME to control the dosing. I LOVE the timer- I can be configured 110 or 220. Used a tank from the guys at the carwash. Easy cheesy if you are comfortable with electrical.
    Same setup here, except I went with the P1353ME timer instead. I absolutely love it. I did end up having an electrician install mine though. Me and electricity don't mix.
    Dallas, TX. 27,000 gallon in-ground free-form gunite. Built in 2007. DEL60 filter with single speed 2hp Hayward pump. Polaris 360 cleaner with associated booster pump. Stenner chlorine pump and tank. Intermatic P1353ME timer.

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    Re: Converting to a Stenner pump and tank

    Hey guys. Why not buy a Stenner pump with the internal timer?

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