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Thread: Haywood Skimmer

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    edgy28376's Avatar
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    Jun 2013
    Harrison Arkansas

    Question Haywood Skimmer

    I have a Haywood skimmer and am hesitant in installing it. It's not cutting the liner that concerns me. I am thinking I will loss water depth in order for it to effectively work. Can anyone tell me if I will loss any water depth?
    INTEX 18'x48" Ultra Frame Pool (6700 gallons)
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    Hayward Skimmer

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    bridgman's Avatar
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    Mar 2014
    Bowmanville, ON Canada

    Re: Haywood Skimmer

    AFAIK as long as you install it at the correct height there shouldn't be any impact on water depth.

    Maybe I don't understand the question though... is the issue that you have the water level high enough that the frame rails would interfere with mounting the skimmer high enough ? I *think* the weir door should give you effective skimming even if the water level is fairly far up the skimmer opening, but I don't have hands-on experience with that yet (skimmer is ordered but not here yet).
    Cedar hot tub, 680 US gallons - Snorkel wood-burning heater, canoe paddle, "offline" Intex 1000 GPH pump/filter with skimmer

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