I've got a 42,000 gallon in ground masonry pool that we drain annually. It holds water for 3 months, and that is all. This gives us an advantage on things like CYA levels. I'd like to hear some different ideas on what chemicals we should use so we could spend the least amount of money, and have the smallest amount of work.
42,000 gallon 10 foot deep masonry pool.
In line chlorine feeder
Deck jets for fun (and aeration)
Clear solar pool cover
This pool is new, if that matters
we get 12 hours of sunlight daily, and the pool is used at least 2 hours daily by at least 4 people.
I'm thinking I could just use Tri chlor pucks, and Di Chlor powder, and a little bit of CYA at start up, but in true TFP fashion, I'd like to hear other opinions.