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Thread: Hayward Aquarite for above ground

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    Hayward Aquarite for above ground

    I am looking to convert my above ground to salt and have a question. It's a 17,000 gal and I have been looking at the CircuPool si45-plus. They have a deal where I can get the si45 for the price of the si30, but I hesitate as when something seems too good to be true, it usually is. So I also started looking at the Hayward stuff that is comparable but most of it states that it's for "In-Ground" pools. Seems to me it shouldn't matter as long as the plumbing is compatible, but what do I know. Can anyone confirm that I could use the Aqua Rite for an above ground pool?

    http://www.poolsupplyworld.com/Haywa...ons/AQRITE.htm

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    Re: Hayward Aquarite for above ground

    No problem to use an in ground SWG. You want to size the cell for 2-3 times the size of your pool, so I would recommend a 40k cell.
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    Re: Hayward Aquarite for above ground

    Thanks, that what I thought. I just wanted to ask first. The 40K cell is the one I am going to get.

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