Question about Pool & Spa
3/4 of the way in the tank, any more the excess sand will wash out into your pool, because it will be too close to the bottom of the valve.
You might be out of luck on the label?
When you identify the 'Filter' position, 'Backwash' will be exactly opposite!
Posted on May 02, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Pool Sand Filter
The volume of a 24x4 pool is 1809.6 cubic feet [Volume=pi x radius squared x height, or V=3.14159 x(12x12)x4], and the 18 foot pool is 1017.9 cubic feet [V=3.14159 x (9x9)x4]. When you multiply the number of cubic feet by the conversion factor of 7.48 gallons per cubic foot, you come out with 13,536 gallons versus 7614 gallons. Since the volume is nearly double, I don't think the other filter will cut it for very long. Is the top that is cracked in the valve body or the top part of the tank? It might be cheaper and easier to just replace the defective part in the long run than to use an undersized filter that will die prematurely.
Posted on Apr 16, 2009
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