Our swimming season is near and I'm at the stage of adding solar to the pool.
The pool went in at the end of last summer so we have not yet had a swim in it.
Its a 40000lt AGP with an ozone system/chlorine, auto chlorinator, auto solar contoller (jandy valve), water chemistry is stable and great (has been since installed).
Now I will be needing some advice on the hydrolics/plumbing set up of the solar return to pool so as to keep the ozone injection the same as non solar return.
I have 2 returns going to the pool when solar not operating, another 2 returns (or 1 as I can turn either off) for the solar pipe which is not connected yet as solar is not on roof yet.
I have another mazzei injector manifold for the sloar return pipe.
The ozone has been measured to inject between 4-5lt/min of ozone gas from the UV light chambers into the non solar return pipe.
Will there be some flow/pressure decrease in this solar piping?
Do I need to have a separate solar return or can I just use the extisting returns as I am concerned that the injection won't be the same when solar is operating as when solar is off.
I hope I haven't left anything out at this point, if so fire a question back.
I will get some pics of the setup soon for you so it will help but I wanted to get the ball rolling first.