I'm about to install an Aqua Trol SWG with the RJ fitting. According to the manufacturer instructions, the T-cell should be attached directly to the return jet. I've read about problems that can occur in horizontal installations when the distance between T-cell and return jet is not sufficient for proper gas dispersion. My questions are:
Can this also be an issue with vertically mounted T-cells, and if so, what is the minimum distance that I should allow?
Are there turbulence or other potential issues that should be addressed when installing the T-cell onto a pool light as opposed to straight return jet?
The pool light return fitting is at a slight angle (about 10 degrees) from vertical and the manufacturer stresses that the T-cell should be mounted vertically. Should I add a PVC adapter or some flexible hose so that the T-cell is exactly vertical?
I realize that these may be no-brainers (I haven't been able to find a single relevant post/article). Still, I'd appreciate any information or reassurance before I install the SWG.
Thanks -- LadyEntropy