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Thread: SWG and Heater?

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    launboy's Avatar
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    Jun 2008
    S.E. Wisconsin

    SWG and Heater?

    Will using a SWG in a spa/pool (the water will mix) cause any problems with the elec. spa heater/stainless tube? I may not have the SWG right away but, the water will probably saltwater because it felt good last year.

    18' x 42" Intex Easyset Pool, with 16' x 52" deep end in the middle. Approx. 5500 Gal.
    Hayward Power-Flo LX 1 HP, 100# Jacuzzi Brand Sand Filter(Piped underground so it looks nice) 8)
    3 - 2' x 20' Solar Pool Heater Panels(roof mounted)
    Goin' on 9 summers...NOBODY thought it would last this long.
    Buried Portable Spa sharing pumps and water with pool (Almost complete project)

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    spishex's Avatar
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    Oct 2008
    Hillsborough, NC

    Re: SWG and Heater?

    Shouldn't cause problems. The ones it would cause would be more to do with the SWG's effect on water balance (high chlorine, high pH) if it is allowed to get out of hand. I've seen salt + electrolysis cause some oxidation problems, but this is usually in poorly bonded systems so be sure you've got the flow through tube connected to your pump, generator, etc.

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