Like most things in life, "it depends"! Yes, one return jet can be sufficient for an above ground pool or a smaller in-ground pool, maybe up to 15,000 gallons or so. But most large in-ground pools have multiple return lines to reduce the size of the returns and improve the circulation.
If your pool has moveable return fittings that let you direct the return stream, it is most common to point them down towards the bottom to improve bottom to top circulation (since the skimmer takes water from the top, its best if you return water towards the bottom).
I can only hope that my studies were adequate.
Only the Six Flags Water parks have pools.
No, only people can swing in pools.
Yes, a return address is not necessary for delivery as long as the recipient's address is correct and adequate postage is affixed. The return address is only needed if the letter cannot be delivered, so that the sender can get it back and try to fix the problem.
Only 1. It was for 1st class use only.
I am a big fan of Fiberglass pools. I have had vinyl liner pools and concrete pools. Fiberglass pools are easy to clean, they manitain chemical balance better, and the surface does not need to be refinished as often as concrete pools. The only downside is that the surface of fiberglass pools can be a bit more slippery than concrete but that has not caused any problems for us.
because when u pee in them they turn green in the spot u peed in so when u go to Germany don't pee in the pools and this is only in most of the pools
Cheap pumps start at thirty dollars and are only adequate for very small pools. A pump for a good sized pool will cost at least 120$ before sales tax. You can pay up to 400$ just as easily.
Think about it logically. The Coronary ciculation only goes arount the heart, a fairly small part of the body. The pulmonary only goes around the lungs, again a relatively small percentage of the body. The general systemic circulation has to reeach every where in the body and get back again, that means the whole body making this the biggest. The lymphatic circulation, while it does have to come from everywhere in the body it only has to carry fluid back in one direction and so is only half the size of the general systemic circulation.
The heart is the only organ in the circulation system. The circulation system also consists of blood vessels (veins, arteries and capillaries).
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Allowing the body adequate rest.