It’s of little use without clear water. I mean clear-clear water. Feel free just for fun tho, most of us here tend to lean on the side of being ‘extra’.I’ve reached the point where the pool is consuming small enough quantities of chlorine that I need to start really tracking overnight FC loss
You can totally have pollen or other debris clouding up the water. But to be on the safe side the # 1 SLaM exit criteria is clear water. So you don’t move onto the OCLT (in theory, feel free for fun) until you have the clear water.Is it not possible to have a clarity issue that isn’t caused by active algae blooms?
This is one of those totally true things that has no value in practice. Yes flow is decreased but at such a minuscule level that nobody will ever push the limits installing a normal pool.Any value in running long sweep 90° fittings on the pad? I’m positive the builder used regular 90° fittings underground, so the flow disruption is already present downstream.