I've been fighting some algae and shocking to high levels for several days. The water is clear now, but it's still burning chlorine at a tremendous rate. In 10 hours, it burned more than 16 ppm.
Reading some old posts, I found this tidbit from Waterbear:
"Ozone will destroy chlorine but will oxidize organics so it's a two edge sword. You will generally have higher chlorine consumption with ozone..."
Could this be why I'm using so much chlorine? If I'm running chlorine instead of bromine - any reason I shouldn't just disconnect the ozonator?