Heater bypass, is it a good idea?

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My Pool: 38x16 plaster with attached 5.5x7 SPA
pentair intelliflow, Aquabot Turbo T
Currently under remodel
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Location: San Jose, CA

Heater bypass, is it a good idea?

Postby Blowout » Mon 02 Jul, 2012 00:05

Remodeling the pool and have redone all the plumbing in the process. Since I'm in CA and electricity is expensive, thought about a valve bypass of the heater to increase efficiency of flow. Any thoughts if it is worth it?

3 Jandy valves would be needed to do the job and then need 3 actuators to automate the switching along with 2 more for the pool/spa. Any thoughts?

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