Hey guys - I am trying to figure all this out. We have had an AGP for 3 years and always used pucks with no problems. Just took it down and starting a build for an inground pool. I am trying to read as much as I can, but I feel, at times, that I am in an advanced chem class and going to flunk which scares the **** out of me. We are NOT going with SW - so that isn't an option. My PB builds mostly SW pools so I feel that is his primary knowledge base so before I ask him chlorine questions - I want your opinions.
For the chlorine - he installs the Rainbow Chlorinator - its super cheap, so removing it wouldn't make any difference in the cost. I understand that pucks are not the long-term solution. I think, after my initial start-up I want to jump in with liquid chlorine. So I am thinking of the Liquidator. ---- FYI I will have Pebble Sheen if that matters.
I have read so many threads - and it seems that in the beginning the Rainbow is great and also good if you are traveling . . . but that if I am going to do liquid - I really need the Liquidator (or Sterner pump) ***NOTE I AM WAY OVER BUDGET - SO I HAVE TO BE CAREFUL WHAT I CHANGE***
OK - so all of that to get to my question. Is there a way to have both the Rainbow and the Liquidator hooked up and running without causing any issues? I know you have to be careful with mixing - but not sure if there is a way to set it up where it would work. If not - I am thinking of asking my PB to get rid of the Rainbow and install the Liquidator - Im worried - because I know so many PB aren't up to speed with BBB and I don't want to void any warranties and such.
Any assistance would be appreciated!