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Our pool is about 90000 litres of water so how big filter do we need please


If you have a above ground pool go with the Cartridge or sand, and if underground go sand or D.E. All have their ups and down you should find out what you want from them specifically cause they all do varying amounts of the same thing.

Sand Filters
(Filters using literally sand)
For sand filters, on inground pools, I like to use a 30 inch tank diameter, which is a 4.9 sq. ft. filter surface area, and holds 600 lbs of sand. For small pools (under 20,000 gals), I might advise the next size down (24 inch tank), if the budget is tight. But never go smaller than a this for an inground pool.
Cartridge Filters (like a air filter)
I have a rule of thumb for cartridge pool filters. 100 sq. ft. of filter surface area per 10,000 gals of pool water, as a minimum. I like to see the 400 sq. ft. models on inground pools above 25,000 gals. These can go an entire season without cleaning in most cases.
D.E. Filters (Ground up fossilized algae)
Because they offer the most superior type of filtration, people tend to go small with DE, and buy a 24 or 36 sq. ft. DE filter. Ugh - go Big! Nothing below a 48 sq. ft. filter, and if your pool is over 25,000 gals, go with the Big Boy - the 60 sq. ft. filter.

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Also make sure the filter can take the amount of water that the pump is pushing through it.

Jul 23, 2015 | Pool & Spa

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Basic Swimming Pool Care


<p>Basic Pool Care Tips<br /> <ol> <li>Test chlorine and pH at least 3 times per week. Have a comprehensive water test every 6-8 weeks at your local pool store. There is generally no charge for this test.</li> <li>Operate pool equipment a minimum of 6-8 hours per day during winter months and for 10-12 hours per day during the summer for greatest overall benefit.</li> <li>Brush the pool walls and floor a minimum of once a week.</li> <li>To prevent damage to pool equipment make sure the water level never drops below the opening of the skimmer.</li> <li>Lubricate backwash valve "O" rings on sand and DE filter four times a year. Lubricate pump lid "O" ring periodically with Lube specifically designed for use with swimming pool equipment.<br /><br /><img src="water_1.jpg" /><br /><br /></li> <li>Test pH and add muriatic acid as indicated to maintain pH between 7.4 - 7.8. Never add more than 1 pint of acid at a time and wait at least 1 hour between treatments. Always add muriatic acid by dispersing into pool water opposite the skimmer and disperse as far away from the wall of the pool as you can safely reach. Use care not to drip acid or any chemicals on deck as it will cause deck etching and staining. Do not pour acid over steps, benches, or pool light. Make sure water is circulating.</li> <li>Clean waterline tile with cleaner a minimum of once a month during peak season.</li> <li>One month after initial pool start-up, add stain and scale inhibitor on a regular basis.</li> <li>Always follow manufacturers instructions on product labels.</li> <li><b>NEVER ADD WATER TO CHEMICALS</b> - Add chemicals to water.</li> <li>Always wait one (1) hour between adding different chemicals unless otherwise directed. <ul> <li><b>Filters:</b> <ul> <li><b>Sand Filters:</b> Backwash once per week</li> <li><b>DE Filters:</b> Backwash once filter pressure increases 8-10 psi above your "clean pressure" noted at start-up.</li> <li><b>Cartridge Filters:</b> Need to be taken apart and elements need to be cleaned once filter pressure increases 8-10 psi above your "clean pressure." This cleaning should be done at least a minimum of twice a year.</li></ul></li></ul></li></ol>

on Dec 21, 2010 | Pool & Spa

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Pool water stays murky.Hard to get water sparkly clean.above ground pool


clean filters and super shock after clear then clean filters again

Jul 15, 2014 | Pool & Spa

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What type of filter is the 5 5/8 x 9 3/4 Tsc Microban?


As you probably know, there are three main types of filters. There are cartridge filters, sand filters and diatomaceous earth (D.E.) filters. This difference in these tree types of filters is centered on whether it is more important to you to have clear water or if you want very easy maintenance. 5/8 x 9 3/4 Tsc Microban filters are of the cartridge variety and people usually purchase them because they leave your pool water crystal clear.

Jul 17, 2012 | Blue Wave NFC0131M 5 5/8 x 9 3/4 tsc...

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Looking for manual on Sta Rite Sand filter Model HRP830


Here is a copy of the users manual for Sta Rite BRPB30 pool filters.


http://www.pool-filters.com/pdf/Sta-Rite-HRPB-Filter-Manual.pdf

Apr 16, 2011 | Sta Rite Sta - Rite 31" Sand Filter & 1.5...

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Intex pool filter 635 wont turn on


Check your connections to make sure that a lack of pressure is not causing your problem. Also, make sure that your impeller is not jammed, which will cause the filter to not work. These filters are not very well made and usually have to be replaced after a few seasons. They are designed for short term use. It might be time to start looking for new pool filters.

Jul 10, 2009 | Intex Krystal Clear Model 635 Pool Filter...

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Will not pump when it has a filter in it


filters are too good for pump system.

These pool pumps seam to over heat fast, no quick fix.

* Try getting more air flow around pump.
* Only use pump when using pool or near by.
* Use a pool cover - will help stop dirt/rubbish getting into pool - less to filter.

Jun 02, 2009 | Intex Easy Set 1500 Gph Filter Swimming...

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