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Thread: recommended levels for pebble-tec?

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    recommended levels for pebble-tec?

    Hello,
    I'm thinking I should be following the recommendations for plaster/swg since it seems closer than vinyl or fiberglass. Is this correct? My pool stats are in my sig. If I left anything out, please let me know!
    Poolcarma

    Free form 13,000 gal. in-ground pebble-tec pool, Pentair Aquatech 60 square ft. DE filter, Pentair WhisperFlo 1.5 HP Pump, Chlorine Factory Model R40 salt water chlorine generator.
    Hayward Navigator pool sweep.

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    Re: recommended levels for pebble-tec?

    Yes, pebbletec is made of pebbles embedded in plaster. You treat it just as you would any regular plaster pool.
    19K gal, vinyl, 1/2 HP WhisperFlo pump, 200 sqft cartridge filter, AutoPilot Digital SWG, Dolphin Dynamic cleaning robot
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    Re: recommended levels for pebble-tec?

    Thanks!
    I really appreciate the time you are taking to help me.
    Poolcarma

    Free form 13,000 gal. in-ground pebble-tec pool, Pentair Aquatech 60 square ft. DE filter, Pentair WhisperFlo 1.5 HP Pump, Chlorine Factory Model R40 salt water chlorine generator.
    Hayward Navigator pool sweep.

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