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New advice ASAP

Postby Stefani » Fri 22 Sep, 2017 04:43

The contractor wants to put our system on a cinder lock platform? He moved it with out our consent! Is this legal? Safe? Advice needed please


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Re: New advice ASAP

Postby waterworkpool » Thu 21 Dec, 2017 00:34

Stefani wrote:The contractor wants to put our system on a cinder lock platform? He moved it with out our consent! Is this legal? Safe? Advice needed please





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Re: New advice ASAP

Postby waterworkpool » Thu 21 Dec, 2017 00:41

Have you passed inspection with the city? The equipment was probably not set to code and they made him move it. If it is in a pit or below the water then off the ground is best in case of a leak it wont ruin the equipment


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Re: New advice ASAP

Postby paulr33 » Thu 04 Jan, 2018 05:30

I would always recommend the pumps be installed on a concrete slab to prevent movement. You don’t want the seperate blocks to move and shift with the ground as this may cause issues with PVC pipework

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