It seems I need to store the 15 gallon acid feed tank and the PP digital among other things inside for the winter in NJ. I have an AG pool btw.
Not sure if I should post this here or the other board, but it is for the PP swg system mostly.
I was thinking of placing everything in the system close enough together to disconnect it as a whole and bring it inside at the end of the season. This will negate some disassembly such as the little hoses from the different units, and actually disassembling the flow sensor piping as well. There would be several unions to be placed strategically but it seems it can be done.
I also was thinking of placing the digital and the controller on their own board to remove them while they are still on the board and store them with the hoses connected. Whether I still have to remove the sensors is another matter. I'm sure I still do, but I'll ask here in case anyone knows.
Anyone with the total control system winterize it? How do you do it. I've read one person who places a bag or something over the unit, but that would still require disconnecting a few things, I'm assuming.
I'm asking this now because I want to plan the install I'll be doing,with the right mindset to disassemble it later on.
I was also thinking of plugging everything into a timer controlled receptacles to easily be removed when this is done.
Unions, valves, pics, advise? I've got the first 3, then some ideas.
One more question. Should I opt for a T(?) type PVC fitting with the 1/2" nipple for the small tubing installation, so it would be easier to disconnect later when needed? The hose type clamps that the kit comes with seems like it would be good for one time application. I wouldn't want to mess with that too many times taking it off and on again.