Options for automatically adding liquid chlorine?

andy

LifeTime Supporter
Oct 30, 2007
104
What are my options as far as an automatic way to add liquid chlorine to my pool?
I read the link about the liquidator but I assume there must be more options.
 

JohnT

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TFP Expert
Apr 4, 2007
9,620
SW Indiana
The Liquidator is about it. There was another one that everybody had problems with, but I haven't heard much about it in the last couple of years.
 

cliff_s

Well-known member
Mar 28, 2007
93
I used a Peristaltic pump on my previous pool. Get the one that has the adjustable
timer. You can have it installed to come on with your filter pump.

I used a 15 gal. barrel to store the Liquid Chlorine.

The only problem I ever had was when the tank would go empty
because I forgot to fill it.

The best part of the installation is you can keep your Chlorine level
at the exact value you like because it adds Chlorine every time your
pump is running. If you run your pump when the pool is in use it will
automatically add additional Chlorine to compensate for the bather load.

Cliff s
 

Hotrod30

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LifeTime Supporter
Dec 22, 2007
504
Central New York
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Rola-chem, Stenner, and Blue-white are all good. Stenner and Blue-white are geared more to the commercial market.
 

andy

LifeTime Supporter
Oct 30, 2007
104
I just unhooded the SWG and changed my pool from salt water to fresh water. The salt water would splash up onto the pool deck and when the water evaporates it leaves the salt behind. This salt was eating my aluminum auto cover track along with damaging my coping stones.