I purchased a Liquidator and I really like it, except for the fact I have trouble "feeding" the pool enough as I have my pump set low (the main reason you buy a variable flow pump)
I use an IntelliFlo and I did have it around 1,100rpm, but barely anything was trickling in from the Liquidator so I've found myself increasing the rpm.
Has anyone found a "sweet spot"? I know I'm not going to be able to get the maximum efficiency out of my pump, but does something like 1,500 rpm get enough of it to properly chlorinate? I have 2" pipes.
I currently bumped it up to 1300rpm, and according to my flow meter, I'm getting between "2 and 3" on the meter with the valve fully opened and the 3/8" upgrade kit.
Any tips would be appreciated.