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Thread: Advantage filters and pumps (Generic)

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    Advantage filters and pumps (Generic)

    Does anyone have any experience with these pumps and filters?

    Is there claimed turnover close to there practical turnover?

    Because they have a 47500 gal rated turnover sand filter pack for under 300!

    Even if they cheat me by 12,500 gallons per 8 hours, I'm still breakin even!

    Source, no affiliation.
    http://www.inyopools.com/pump_filter_advantage.aspx

    I have no concerns of pump life, I have a spare pump to be used with it, and I only need 2 seasons of a clean pool before I move out.

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    I don't believe a 150lb filter is going to be adequate for your 35K gallon pool, but I'm not all that knowledgeable about mechanicals. General rule, from what I've always heard is to go with a larger filter than the specs say you need for your gallonage.
    Buggs

    14,000 gallon, in ground, plaster, free form, play pool.
    Sta-Rite Max-E-Glass with a 1.5 hp Emerson motor
    WaterCo Micron High Rate sand filter S750 490 lb, 4883 sq ft - using ZeoBest
    In floor Polaris cleaning system
    Blue Diamond robot for those after storm days when I can't wait overnight for the in floor to clean it.

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    I suppose I can save a little more for a 65 thousand gallon cart filter, or maybe the 95k.

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