Stenner pump for continuous pool chlorination

yottabit

Member
Apr 23, 2017
9
Plano, TX
Pool Size
34000
Surface
Plaster
Chlorine
Liquid Chlorine
After researching non-stabilized chlorine tablets in an attempt to prevent my pool from getting nasty while away from home for several weeks, I stumbled upon a post on this forum talking about Stenner pumps. I was intrigued and started doing more research since the non-stabilized tablets dissolve in only a week, and are fairly expensive.

Today I finished installing a Stenner pump! It's working great and I'll dial in the feed rate rate over the next couple weeks.

If you want to see it in action, have a look at my short video. I also added a lot of details to the description, including which tap size you need to screw the included coupler directly into your PVC pipe.

Thank you to this forum. You've been helpful several times over the years. I hope this may give back a little bit to the community!

 

Bluesilv

Member
Feb 24, 2020
24
Southern California
I did the same thing in March and it’s amazing. I added a check valve between the heater the the injection port. Don’t know if you absolutely need one but I figured $50 and some glue could save me from buying a new heater for $3k.
 
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