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    Implement injection system


    It was finally time for a new pool pump. The 0.18hp original pool pump stopped working, I was hopping for this to happen The pool pump had no power for cleaning the sand and vacuum cleaning was a pain too.
    I want to implement this injection system to this pump but I have bought some different stuff. Instead of buying those drippers (they will clog up with crystal) and a valve so that the water is not coming back from the pool into the bucket with chlorine, I bought a cheap irrigation computer with an inbuilt valve that will open or shut with preset time. So when the pump is running I will preset the irrigation computer to open for an x amount of time so the pump can pull the chlorine.
    My question is where do I have to attach the hose to the pump?
    I have 2 places to do it, one is directly under the basket of the filter I think this is the suction side and this is the one I have to attach the hose to I think and the other is at the pump.

    This is the pump:

    Buried oval above ground pool, 12x24, 7000gal
    Using the BBB method
    Sand filter 45kg, Pump 1000gph.
    Living in Portugal, Europe.

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    Re: Implement injection system

    The one in the bottom of the basket will work fine.
    Dave J. TFP Moderator
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