Requesting some feedback on on my proposed Stenner Injection configuration. After too much time spend researching, the Stenner pump/tank combo just seems like an easy route to go. I am thinking a straight up 3GPD pump (less moving parts compared to adjustable unit and a less expensive), 7.5 Gallon Tank to treat my ~13,500 Gallon pool.
Pump is already on Intermatic Timer, controlling duplex outlet, which pump and Woods timer would plug into, runs for 10 hours per day on low speed (hardwired timer)
Stenner Injection on Woods Timer 50015 (Battery Backup Timer, set to run daily within Intermatic cycle)
Intermatic runs pump
Stenner will ONLY run when two condition are met:
1. Intermatic is 'ON'
2. Woods Timer is 'ON' (battery backup would keep track of time in case of outage, won't run if pump timer is not in 'ON' cycle)
Would love to get a new digital multiport programmable Intermatic, but the Woods solution is $20 vs. $200 for a new timer assembly. That will make a nice upgrade if/when the existing Intermatic ever fails.
All I should have to do is figure out how long to run pump per day and monitor...
Thanks in advance.