As I've posted before, we have high TA fill water. I'm continually battling PH increase, and normal methods of aeration take days to move PH up much after reducing and good aerators like rain and lot's of screaming kids doing cannon balls are never around when you need them
I've been giving serious thought to using an air compressor rigged up to continually add air to the deep end of the pool, using a long hose and some type of end that would encourage formation of small bubbles. I'm hesitant because my air compressor tank is shot (Old one my grandpa gave to me and the tank is rusted through), new air compressors are expensive and I'd have to borrow my brother's long term, possibly. Plus, the compressor turning on and off throughout the night might disturb the peace
I've been wondering about using something like this-
http://www.harborfreight.com/cpi/ctaf/d ... mber=40057
Portable air tank. 10 gallon size with a max of 200 psi. I don't know how to calculate how many cubic feet of air it would hold, or how long it would last once set up and the valve opened. Anyone have any ideas?
Seems like I'm grilling all summer long on one tank of LP, which is a smaller tank size. I've got my fingers crossed that this 10 gallon air tank would trickle air for several hours, at least.
Anyone have any idea?