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    Dry ice fun

    Awesome. Thanks!!
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    Dry ice fun

    I think a local grocery store still carries it. And I assumed floating it would be best to make sure it doesn’t contact the liner and freeze it and cause a problem.
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    Dry ice fun

    I searched and don’t see this topic...anyone ever suspended a block of dry ice in a float on a calm evening to make some fog over the pool water. Seems like a fun idea if it won’t do anything crazy to the water.
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    Pool Cooler

    I would totally do this. HA!!!
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    Pool Cooler

    Another note, I work in engineering for diesel engine systems and have a cooling expert in my work group. He's going to run some numbers for me using a standard cooler size that we use at work along with airflow from a standard electric fan that we'll select and see what kind of heat rejection I...
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    Pool Cooler

    I wanted to follow-up here in case anyone is searching for a way to cool their pool water. I purchased a simple fountain from amazon (This Fountain) and have been running it 24/7 with my pump on low , which is my normal pump run schedule for now until I see what that power bill looks like. Max...
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    Need some ideas for shade for pool patio..

    Build a metal roof structure on that patio....pretty inexpensive if you don't mind doing it yourself.
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    Pool Cooler

    Thanks for that...didn't really think about the delta-T when that thought crossed my mind. I'm actually expecting a small fountain from amazon today and hope to see it work well tonight because the pool water is already 92° after being filled only 1 week ago (YIKES). Hopefully that'll do the...
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    Pool Cooler

    Anyone ever plumbed in an automotive style radiator with some electric fans to cool off their pool? I'm thinking of a parallel path on the clean side of the filter that could be used as needed to run the water through the radiator core to pull out excess heat when needed. Thoughts?