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Thread: Help with Intex Krystal Klear System CG-28669 with ECO (Electrocatalytic Oxidation)

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    May 2007

    Help with Intex Krystal Klear System CG-28669 with ECO (Electrocatalytic Oxidation)

    Hello All,

    I am in the process of putting up a new Sharkline Matrix 24'x54" pool to replace my 20 year old 24'x48". I want to switch from bleach to SWG. I am looking at the Intex CG-28669 with ECO as my SWG. I know this is in the lower class of units available but with purchasing the pool and equipment I am trying to be thrifty with the SWG. The unit says it will handle a maximum of 15,000 gallons and reading the forum it is recommended to buy a unit that will handle 1.5 to 2 times your pool capacity but that isn't in this years budget. Using the PoolMath calculator 24 foot round and depth of 4.5 feet (actual water depth) equals a capacity of 15,200 gallons so I am borderline for sure which may require a little longer runtime than normal?

    I will be using my old pump and filter on the new pool. My plumbing is 1 1/2" PVC so I will have to purchase adapters to make the connections. My pump is a 2 speed model that runs on High speed most days when the roof solar calls for it. I am thinking of having the SWG make adjustments as needed overnight by running the pump on Low speed using a separate timer and the built in timer on the SWG controlling the SWG. Does this make sense it can work this way?

    My second option is purchasing a Saltron Retro that doesn't require any connection to the pump. This is over double the cost but would be a lot less hassle to install.

    Can I please get some opinions and advice from you SWG people, Thank You.
    24'x54" Sharkline Matrix by Wilbar International, 15,200 gallons (2015)
    Jacuzzi 75 sq ft Cartridge Filter 1 hp two speed pump
    Solar Heat with Goldline GL-235 Controller
    Intex Krystal Clear Model 28669 SWG
    TF100, SampleSizer, and Speed Stir

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    May 2015
    Pooler, GA

    Re: Help with Intex Krystal Klear System CG-28669 with ECO (Electrocatalytic Oxidatio

    My SWG is about balanced for my pool at a 4 hour run time. I am at 6425g. So you would need to run it for 9-10 hours at a minimum. I can not remember what the maximum run time is unfortunately. It only goes so high though, and has no way to manually override it that I know of.
    6425g Intex Ultraframe 18'x48" AG
    Stock 1500gph cartridge filter / Intex SWG CG-28669 with E.C.O.
    Install date: 5/26/2015
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